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Laravel 5: Display HTML with Blade

Posted by: admin February 25, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I have a string returned to one of my views, like this:

$text = '<p><strong>Lorem</strong> ipsum dolor <img src="images/test.jpg"></p>'

I’m trying to display it with Blade:

{{$text}}

However, the output is a raw string instead of rendered HTML. How do I display HTML with Blade in Laravel 5?

PS. PHP echo() displays the HTML correctly.

How to&Answers:

You need to use

{!! $text !!}

The string will auto escape when using {{ $text }}.

Answer:

For laravel 5

{!!html_entity_decode($text)!!}

Figured out through this link, see RachidLaasri answer

Answer:

You can try this:

{!! $text !!}

You should have a look at: http://laravel.com/docs/5.0/upgrade#upgrade-5.0

Answer:

Please use

{!! $test !!} 

Only in case of HTML while if you want to render data, sting etc. use

{{ $test }}

This is because when your blade file is compiled

{{ $test }} is converted to <?php echo e($test) ?>
while

{!! $test !!} is converted to <?php echo $test ?>

Answer:

There is another way. If object purpose is to render html you can implement \Illuminate\Contracts\Support\Htmlable contract that has toHtml() method.

Then you can render that object from blade like this: {{ $someObject }} (note, no need for {!! !!} syntax).

Also if you want to return html property and you know it will be html, use \Illuminate\Support\HtmlString class like this:

public function getProductDescription()
{
    return new HtmlString($this->description);
}

and then use it like {{ $product->getProductDescription() }}.

Of course be responsible when directly rendering raw html on page.

Answer:

Try this. It worked for me.

{{ html_entity_decode($text) }}

In Laravel Blade template, {{ }} wil escape html. If you want to display html from controller in view, decode html from string.

Answer:

You can use {!! $text !!} for render HTML code in Laravel

{!! $text !!}

If you use

{{ $text }}

It will not render HTML code and print as a string.

Answer:

Use {!! $text !!}to display data without escaping it. Just be sure that you don’t do this with data that came from the user and has not been cleaned.

Answer:

its a simple

{!! $text !!}

laravel compile as a dom element and {{$text}} print as a string

Answer:

you can do with many ways in laravel 5..

{!! $text !!}

{!! html_entity_decode($text) !!}

Answer:

You can do that using three ways first use if condition like below

{!! $text !!}

The is Second way

<td class="nowrap">
@if( $order->status == '0' )
    <button class="btn btn-danger">Inactive</button>
@else
    <button class="btn btn-success">Active</button>
@endif
</td>

The third and proper way for use ternary operator on blade

<td class="nowrap">
      {!! $order->status=='0' ? 
          '<button class="btn btn-danger">Inactive</button> : 
          '<button class="btn btn-success">Active</button> !!}
</td>

I hope the third way is perfect for used ternary operator on blade.

Answer:

If you want to escape the data use

{{ $html }}

If don’t want to escape the data use

{!! $html !!}

But till Laravel-4 you can use

{{ HTML::link('/auth/logout', 'Sign Out', array('class' => 'btn btn-default btn-flat')) }}

When comes to Laravel-5

{!! HTML::link('/auth/logout', 'Sign Out', array('class' => 'btn btn-default btn-flat')) !!} 

You can also do this with the PHP function

{{ html_entity_decode($data) }}

go through the PHP document for the parameters of this function

html_entity_decode – php.net

Answer:

This works fine for Laravel 5.6

<?php echo "$text"; ?>

In a different way

{!! $text !!}

It will not render HTML code and print as a string.

For more details open link:- Display HTML with Blade

Answer:

For who using tinymce and markup within textarea:

{{ htmlspecialchars($text) }}

Answer:

I have been there and it was my fault. And very stupid one.

if you forget .blade extension in the file name, that file doesn’t understand blade but runs php code. You should use

/resources/views/filename.blade.php

instead of

/resources/views/filename.php

hope this helps some one

Answer:

Try this, It’s worked:

@php 
   echo $text; 
@endphp

Answer:

If you use the Bootstrap Collapse class sometimes {!! $text !!}
is not worked for me but {{ html_entity_decode($text) }} is worked for me.