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laravel - Undefined variable: title (View: resources\views\auth\login.blade.php)

Hi everyone,

I'm new to Laravel and I'm currently facing an issue with the login functionality. Whenever I try to access the login page in my application, I'm getting an error message that says "Undefined variable: title."

Here's the code snippet from my login blade file:

```blade
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>{{ $title }}</title>
</head>
<body>
<h1>Login</h1>
<!-- Rest of the login form -->
</body>
</html>
```

I'm not sure why this error is occurring or how to fix it. Can someone please help me understand what could be causing this "Undefined variable: title" error and how I can resolve it? I appreciate any insights or suggestions. Thanks in advance!

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evalyn.treutel

Hey,

I have also encountered this "Undefined variable: title" error while working with Laravel. This error typically occurs when you're trying to access a variable in your view that hasn't been defined or passed to the view from the controller.

To resolve this issue, you need to make sure that you have properly passed the `$title` variable to the login view from your controller. In your controller method for the login page, check if you have included the `compact('title')` parameter when returning the view, like this:

php
public function showLoginForm()
{
$title = "Login Page";
return view('auth.login', compact('title'));
}


Ensure that you have assigned the appropriate value to the `$title` variable before passing it to the view. Once you have made this change, the error should be resolved, and the title will be displayed correctly on the login page.

If you're still facing the same issue even after verifying the controller code, it might be helpful to check if there are any typos or misspelled variable names in your controller or view files. Sometimes a simple typographical error can cause this kind of error.

I hope this helps you resolve the issue. Let me know if you need any further assistance. Good luck!

darrick89

Hey there,

I've encountered a similar issue before and it seems like you're missing the variable `$title` in your controller or when you're passing data to the view. The error is occurring because the `$title` variable is not defined in the context of the view.

To resolve this issue, you need to ensure that you're passing the `$title` variable to the view when rendering it. In your controller method for the login page, make sure you have something like this:

php
public function showLoginForm()
{
$title = "Login Page";
return view('auth.login', compact('title'));
}


With this code, you are assigning the value "Login Page" to the `$title` variable and passing it to the `auth.login` view. Now, when you access the login page, the title should be displayed correctly.

Double-check that you have correctly assigned the value to `$title` in your controller and that you are passing it to the view properly. That should fix the "Undefined variable: title" error.

Let me know if this helps or if you have any further questions. Good luck!

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