You want to generate a link to one of your routes.
The only required argument is the first one, the name of the route.
Depending on your
app/routes.php file, this may output something like.
If you don’t have a route with the name specified, an error will get generated.
You can pass a second argument to specify the title to display.
This produces something similar to the following (based on routes.php).
If you’re route takes parameters, then you must pass a third argument.
The output could look something like below.
You can specify an array as the fourth parameter. This array should contain any additional attributes to apply to the anchor tag.
Now the anchor tag has a class attribute.
Nothing to discuss.