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When passing a parameter i.e. subtitle is this case to a view you are not putting it within the Session. Meaning to access it on the view you just need to do $subtitle. If you do Session::put('key', 'value') the value will be stored in the session and can be access via Session::get('key') and you can check via the has method.

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matthewburrow said:

When passing a parameter i.e. subtitle is this case to a view you are not putting it within the Session. Meaning to access it on the view you just need to do $subtitle. If you do Session::put('key', 'value') the value will be stored in the session and can be access via Session::get('key') and you can check via the has method.

Yes, but I have found this in the documentation:

Note: Since the with method flashes data to the session, you may retrieve the data using the typical Session::get method.

http://laravel.com/docs/responses#redirects

Does that apply only to redirects?

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Yes that only applies to redirects.

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