FlashHelper(View $view, array $config = array())¶
New in version 2.7.0: in replacement of
FlashHelper provides a way to render flash messages that were set in
$_SESSION by FlashComponent.
FlashComponent and FlashHelper
primarily use elements to render flash messages. Flash elements are found under
app/View/Elements/Flash directory. You’ll notice that CakePHP’s App
template comes with two flash elements:
The FlashHelper replaces the
flash() method on
and should be used instead of that method.
To render a flash message, you can simply use FlashHelper’s
<?php echo $this->Flash->render() ?>
By default, CakePHP uses a “flash” key for flash messages in a session. But, if you’ve specified a key when setting the flash message in FlashComponent, you can specify which flash key to render:
<?php echo $this->Flash->render('other') ?>
You can also override any of the options that were set in FlashComponent:
// In your Controller $this->Flash->set('The user has been saved.', array( 'element' => 'success' )); // In your View: Will use great_success.ctp instead of success.ctp <?php echo $this->Flash->render('flash', array( 'element' => 'great_success' ));
By default, CakePHP does not escape the HTML in flash messages. If you are using
any request or user data in your flash messages, you should escape it
h when formatting your messages.
New in version 2.10.0: Flash stacks messages as of 2.10.0. If you set
multiple flash messages, when you call
render(), each message will be
rendered in its own element, in the order the messages were set.
For more information about the available array options, please refer to the FlashComponent section.