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Example code I'm working with:

<a{{ attributes.addClass(classes, 'field__item') }} name="{{ item.content }}">{{ item.content }}</a>

In this example, I have created a Brick with a field called anchor_id. The idea is that content creators can name an anchor whatever they want, and then add that brick to a page.

I can get the field to show up fine. But, I'd like to strip out spaces so if they enter "my awesome tag" it instead gets rendered as name="myawesometag.

I've tried a few methods, but can't seem to figure it out. Seems like it would be some simple filter, but if it is I'm not seeing it.

Thanks in advance!

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You can use "replace" - much like you would in PHP - and replace the space with no space

{{ anchor_id|replace({' ': ''})

More info: https://twig.symfony.com/doc/3.x/filters/replace.html

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    That was just what I needed. Thanks! – rumblestrut May 8 at 13:53

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