I am using Metronic 8.1.7 Laravel and when I try to visit root (/) it automatically redirect to login page. I want to show a landing page and open login page when user click login button. How can I do this?
Could you please let me know which Laravel framework you are using? Are you using the Laravel app or the Laravel starter kit? This information will help me provide you with the appropriate solution.
I download the main folder and used the Laravel folder. What is the difference between these 2. Is there any document for this?
If I remove
from web.php I get
Attempt to read property "avatarUrl" on null
img src="php echo e(auth()->user()->avatarUrl); " alt="user"
Regarding your question, if you want to make the dashboard accessible without login, you would need to remove the user profile component that displays the avatar at the top bar. You can do this by modifying the code and removing the component from the template. After that, you could consider adding a login button in its place, which would allow users to log in and access the dashboard.
To address the error you mentioned, you need to modify the code in the
views/layout/demo1/partials/header/_navbar.blade.php file. The error seems to be coming from the following line of code:
auth()->check()function to conditionally display the user avatar in the header based on whether the user is authenticated or not. Here's an example:
<a href="%7B%7B%20route("login")%20%7D%7D" target="_blank">Login</a>
Thank you for the code. Is it possible to show different view based on auth i.e., if user is logged in or not. May be it is possible to handle this from Middleware.
To add a custom index page based on the auth layout, you can create a new blade file in the "
resources/views/pages" directory, for example, "
my-home-page.blade.php". Then, wrap your content with the
< x-auth-layout> component like this:
// Your content here
"" => array(
"title" => "Dashboard",
"description" => "",
"view" => "my-home-page",
Thank you for your reply. I know Metronic 8.1.7 Laravel does not support the CRUD, can you tell me what is the best practice of adding a new page to Laravel? I am using demo1. I want to keep my files separate so that update will not override my files. Is there any documentation for this. There are a lot of files. I found at some we use
To help clarify, you can refer to the usage of the
< x-base-layout> component. The
< x-error-layout> component is typically used for displaying 400 or 500 error pages, as shown in the examples. On the other hand, the
< x-auth-layout> component is specifically used for authentication pages like login, registration, and forgot password pages.
In your case, you may want to use the
< x-base-layout> component for your pages. You can find an example of how to use this component in your code. The
< x-base-layout> component is defined in the
app/View/Components/BaseLayout.php file using a Component.
I hope this helps clarify things for you. Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.