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[Closed] Warning: Missing argument 2 for types_render_field()

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Last updated by Jeroen 10 years, 9 months ago.


I have this warning message in the front-end when I try to display the content of my custom field. I don't see what could be the argument 2?

Warning: Missing argument 2 for types_render_field(), called in /var/www/ on line 28 and defined in /var/www/ on line 28

My custom field slug is called "house1" (textarea field) and the my php code is <?php echo types_render_field("house1"); ?>. The content is well displayed but with the warning above.

Thanks for your help.


OK. I found the solution <?php echo types_render_field("house1", array('raw' => 'true')); ?>


Yes, the types_render_field needs a second parameter which should be an array.

The parameters for the different field types can be found here:


Could we make the second parameter of the types_render_field function optional, by making the default values real default values ?

Most of the times I don't need to set these parameters.

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