You're finished with a Blade section, but don't want to output it yet.
Use the Blade
@stop command to end the section.
@section('nav') <ul> <li><a href="#">link 1</a></li> <li><a href="#">link 2</a></li> </ul> @stop
Now your template will have a section named
nav which you can output later with a
Note that this doesn't append to existing sections.
If you want to append to an existing section, end the section with
@stop command does not overwrite existing sections.
Imagine you had the following Blade template.
@section('test') one @stop @section('test') two @stop @yield('test')
What would be output is.
You can use the
comment to pull in the contents of the previous section. See the Pulling in the Content of a Parent Section in Blade recipe.