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@michaloravec that shouldn't be required since there is already a slot for the subcopy in the message component. I figured it out however. I just needed to use the slot helper.
@slot('subcopy') <!-- Markdown --> @endslot
Started a new Conversation How Do You Pass Data To "subcopy" In Markdown Emails?
I'm trying use the subcopy section of the mail message blade component, but I can't seem to figure out how to pass data to it. I've tried setting a public $subcopy property on the Mailable and passing a 'subcopy' variable directly to the view, but neither render anything.
Anyone use the subcopy section in markdown emails and know how to render it using the message component?
Started a new Conversation Can't Enable Let's Encrypt SSL Cert When Using Nginx Redirect
I have a production site that's not ready yet located at myapp.com and while it's not ready I want it to redirect to the beta repo site located at the subdomain beta.myapp.com. I've edited the top of my sites nginx file on Forge (for myapp.com) to look as follows:
listen 80; listen [::]:80; server_name myapp.com; return 301 http://beta.myapp.com$request_uri;
The redirect works fine, however my SSL cert now fails to renew and I get the "Your connection is not private" warning when trying to access myapp.com. How can I redirect to the beta site and still have a valid SSL certificate?
Started a new Conversation How To Handle 2-way Sync Between JSON And Model's Data
I'm looking for guidance in adding the ability to update or create a model through a form, and when you do, it creates or updates an associated JSON file. Then, if I switch DBs, or run "migrate:fresh" I would have the ability to sync the DB content to match the JSON files.
I know ACF (Advanced Custom Fields) for Wordpress does something very similar to allow for version controlling of updating fields, and I'm curious if anyone has done something similar in Laravel and how you went about it.
Simple enough. Thanks!
Started a new Conversation What's The Correct Way Restarting Horizon When Deploying New Code?
I'm using Laravel Forge and I have a daemon setup to keep Horizon running. I'm wondering what's the correct procedure, or any "gotchas" to look out for, when you need to restart Horizon after a deploy.
Currently I stop the daemon, deploy the code release, and then restart the daemon. Is that fine, or is there something else I need to be aware of?
@snapey This is all in reference to going through setting up email verifications
the 'auth.verify' view that comes with the laravel/ui package doesn't output the actual email address the verification was sent to. It just says "please check your email" or "a fresh verification link has been sent to your email".
@snapey Thanks. I only really questioned it because it seems obvious to me that you'd want to show the user the address email verifications are being sent to, but the default blade template doesn't do that, so I thought there had to be an underlying reason for that.
@snapey Even though there's 'auth' middleware attached to that route and I'd be pulling the email from the authenticated user?
Started a new Conversation Is There Any Security Risk In Showing The User's Email In The Verify View?
When enabling email verification for users, I'm wondering if there's any reason not to show the user where the verification emails are being sent in the verify blade view? The reason I want to do this is incase the user mistyped their email address when registering, I want them to see that verification emails are being sent to a different/wrong email address and they can just re-register with the correct one.
Anyone see any security risk of doing so? Or any reason why Taylor chose not to show the user's email in the default verify.blade template?