Laravel - Blade Templates - Extending A Layout

When defining a child view, use the @extends Blade directive to specify which layout the child view should "inherit". Views which extend a Blade layout may inject content into the layout's sections using @section directives. Remember, as seen in the example above, the contents of these sections will be displayed in the layout using @yield:

    
    
    
    @extends('layouts.app')
    
    @section('title', 'Page Title')
    
    @section('sidebar')
        @parent
    
        

This is appended to the master sidebar.

@endsection @section('content')

This is my body content.

@endsection

In this example, the sidebar section is utilizing the @parent directive to append (rather than overwriting) content to the layout's sidebar. The @parent directive will be replaced by the content of the layout when the view is rendered.

Contrary to the previous example, this sidebar section ends with @endsection instead of @show. The @endsection directive will only define a section while @show will define and immediately yield the section.

The @yield directive also accepts a default value as its second parameter. This value will be rendered if the section being yielded is undefined:

    
    @yield('content', 'Default content')