How to do comments in Blade files?

Laravel: How to do comments in Blade files?

Comments in Blade are very simple!

You can either do normal PHP comments:

  1. <? /* some comment here */
  2. // or single line comments
  3. # or these :)
  4. ?>

Or blade comments:

  1. {{-- Blade comments that wil not appear in the rendered HTML output --}}

If you use an IDE that supports blade formatting (such as PHPStorm) then you can get it to output blade comments in the same style as normal comments.

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