How to check if a user is logged in, inside a blade file?

Laravel: How to check if a user is logged in, inside a blade file?

You can use the @auth directive.

  1. @auth
  2.              Hello, logged in user!
  3. @endauth

Related: @guest to check if user is a guest (not logged in)

  1. @guest
  2.             Hello guest, do you want to register?
  3. @endguest

webdevetc profile pic
webdevetc

I am a 29 year old backend web developer from London, mostly focusing on PHP and Laravel lately. This (webdevetc.com) is my blog where I write about some web development topics (PHP, Laravel, Javascript, and some server stuff). contact me here.



More...


Comments and discussion about How to check if a user is logged in, inside a blade file?

Found this interesting? Maybe you want to read some more in this series?

Or see other topics in the Laravel language

Or see other languages/frameworks:
PHP Laravel Composer Apache CentOS and Linux Stuff WordPress General Webdev and Programming Stuff JavaScript
Or see random questions

An overview of every main PHP array function

How to check if a string contains a certain substring?

Force trailing slash (redirect if no trailing slash exists) in .htaccess

How to get the first row that matches some where queries, or create it if it doesn't exist (in Laravel's Eloquent)?

What is the difference between empty(), isset(), != null, is_null() in PHP

What are PHP's PSRs?

How to sort an array of dates and times?

How to block IPv6 IP addresses in .htaccess

What is the loop variable in a @foreach loop in Blade?

How to show (or log) all SQL queries executed by Laravel