I have several large (200+ lines) of html that I need to place in a variable to use several times in a loop. It gets very messy to escape this and that and keep formatting clean. Is there anyway to set a variable like this IF statement?
<?php if($condition): ?> <p>html here</p> <?php endif; ?>
I know its possible with external files, but Id rather not add a series of includes to achieve this.
Use heredoc notation:
$html = <<<HTML <div class="section"> <h2>Header</h1> <p>Paragraph 1</p> <p>Paragraph 2</p> </div> HTML;
No worrying about special characters, and you can reuse the variable as much as you want.
Answered By – Josh Leitzel
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