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Painless html generation

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This package helps you generate HTML using a clean, simple and easy to read API. All elements can be dynamically generated and put together. The HTML builder helps you generate dynamically assigned form elements based on your selected model, the session or a default value.

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You can install the package via composer:

composer require spatie/laravel-html

Next, you must install the service provider:

// config/app.php
'providers' => [

And optionally register an alias for the facade.

// config/app.php
'aliases' => [
    'Html' => Spatie\Html\Facades\Html::class,



Elements—classes under the

namespace—are generally created via a
builder instance.
html()->span()->text('Hello world!');

Element attributes and contents are modified via with fluent methods which return a new instance. This means element instances are immutable.

$icon = html()->span()->class('fa');

$icon->class('fa-eye'); // '' $icon->class('fa-eye-slash'); // ''

Element classes don't have any knowledge of the outside world. Any coupling to other concepts, like requests and sessions, should happen in the builder class, not on the element classes.

By convention, we assume that builder methods will modify values to our advantage (like pulling old values from the session on a failed form request), and element methods will be deterministic.

// This will try to resolve an initial value, and fall back to '[email protected]'
$email = html()->email('email', '[email protected]');

// This will always have '[email protected]' as it's value $email = html()->email('email')->value('[email protected]');


From v1 to v2

Version 2 was created because the typehints in version 1 was holding the package back in some cases (like multiple select which requires an array of values instead of a string which was assumed).

Luckily, bumping the version number in

and running
composer update
should be non-breaking. Here are some caveats to look out for:
  • The package now ships with a
    function by default, which returns an instance of the
    builder class. If you've defined your own method, you'll need to remove it.
  • Various type hints have been removed throughout the package, if you've extended a class to override its methods, you'll need to update them accordingly (everything still behaves the same!)


Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.


$ composer test


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.


If you discover any security related issues, please email [email protected] instead of using the issue tracker.


About Spatie

Spatie is a webdesign agency based in Antwerp, Belgium. You'll find an overview of all our open source projects on our website.


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