Is there a way to check if the current page is a Wiki page or a Publishing Page using Client side methods in SharePoint 2013.


Use the PnP JavaScript Library to check the page type.

We can determine the Page type by using Content Type Id,

  • Wiki Page - content type id starts with "0x010108"
  • Web Part page - Content type id starts with "0x010109"
  • Publishing Page will have the Property called PublishingPageLayout field.

Example 1: ( Determine based on Content type id)

$pnp.sp.web.getFileByServerRelativeUrl("/Pages/PublishingPage.aspx").listItemAllFields.select('ContentTypeId,PublishingPageLayout').get().then(function(data) {
    if (data.ContentTypeId.startsWith("0x010108"))
        console.log('Wiki Page');
    else if (data.ContentTypeId.startsWith("0x010109"))
        console.log('Web Part Page');
    else {
        if (data.PublishingPageLayout != undefined)
            console.log('Publishing Page');


Example 2: (Determine based on Page Field name)

$pnp.sp.web.getFileByServerRelativeUrl("/sitepages/testpnp.aspx").listItemAllFields.select('wikiField,PublishingPageLayout').get().then(function(data) {
    if (data.WikiField != undefined && data.WikiField != null)
        console.log('Wiki Page');
    else if (data.PublishingPageLayout != undefined)
        console.log('Publishing Page');
        console.log('Nor wiki or Publishing Page');


To run the above code in on-premise environment, add the below code to the top of above examples,

    headers: {
        "Accept": "application/json; odata=verbose",

To know more about PnP JS library, click https://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP-JS-Core

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