function path_is_admin

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7 path.inc path_is_admin($path)
8 path.inc path_is_admin($path)

Determines whether a path is in the administrative section of the site.

By default, paths are considered to be non-administrative. If a path does not match any of the patterns in path_get_admin_paths(), or if it matches both administrative and non-administrative patterns, it is considered non-administrative.

Parameters

$path: A Drupal path.

Return value

TRUE if the path is administrative, FALSE otherwise.

See also

path_get_admin_paths()

hook_admin_paths()

hook_admin_paths_alter()

3 calls to path_is_admin()
overlay_init in modules/overlay/overlay.module
Implements hook_init().
system_custom_theme in modules/system/system.module
Implements hook_custom_theme().
system_init in modules/system/system.module
Implements hook_init().

File

includes/path.inc, line 495
Functions to handle paths in Drupal, including path aliasing.

Code

function path_is_admin($path) {
  $path_map = &drupal_static(__FUNCTION__);
  if (!isset($path_map['admin'][$path])) {
    $patterns = path_get_admin_paths();
    $path_map['admin'][$path] = drupal_match_path($path, $patterns['admin']);
    $path_map['non_admin'][$path] = drupal_match_path($path, $patterns['non_admin']);
  }
  return $path_map['admin'][$path] && !$path_map['non_admin'][$path];
}

Comments

if (path_is_admin(current_path())) {
  // Do stuff.
}