Link Component

Unlike most Splade components, the Link Component is a Vue component. It's a wrapper around the <a> element, which prevents a full refresh but loads the linked page asynchronously.

<Link href="/users">All Users</Link>


You may use the confirm attribute to show a confirmation dialog before Splade loads the new page:

<Link confirm href="/danger">Danger Zone</Link>

In addition, you may customize the confirmation dialog:

confirm="Enter the danger zone..."
confirm-text="Are you sure?"
confirm-button="Yes, take me there!"
cancel-button="No, keep me save!"
Danger Zone

Instead of the confirm attribute, you may also use the confirm-danger attribute to render a red confirmation button.

Redirecting To External Domains

When the URL is outside your application pointing to an external domain, you'd typically use a regular <a> element. Still, you may use the away attribute on the Link component. This can be useful when you have wrapped the component into another component and don't want to change the tag dynamically.

<Link away href="">Google</Link>

Transform all anchors

If you don't want to use the Link component but want Splade to transform all <a> elements, you need to update the plugin options in the app.js file:

createApp({ render: renderSpladeApp({ el }) })
.use(SpladePlugin, {
'transform_anchors': true,

Method, Headers, and Request Data

By default, the asynchronous page load is a GET request, but you may change this with the method attribute:

<Link href="/template/new" method="POST">Start new template</Link>

The component also supports custom headers and request data. While you can use the headers and data attributes on the Link component, there's also a Blade variant of the component. Just like the Data component, it allows you to pass a PHP value or a JavaScript object:

The value passed to the data attribute will be parsed by Vue, not by PHP.

<x-splade-link href="/template/new" method="POST" data="{ name: 'Untitled Template' }">

If you want to parse the value by PHP, you may use the :data attribute (note the colon).

<x-splade-link href="/template/new" method="POST" :data="['name' => 'Untitled Template']">

You can do the same for adding headers:

<x-splade-link href="/template/new" method="POST" headers="{ 'X-Redirect-To-Billing-Portal': 1 }">
<x-splade-link href="/template/new" method="POST" :headers="['X-Redirect-To-Billing-Portal' => 1]">

Additionally, a preserve-scroll attribute prevents the page from scrolling to the top. This can be useful when submitting a form from a Table component while returning redirect()->back() from the controller:

<x-splade-link href="/project/touch" method="POST" :data="['id' => $item->id]" preserve-scroll>