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You defined your route:

Route::get('projects/projectDetails/{$id}', 'ProjectController@viewProject');

which is URI: project/projectDetails/{$id} which would be:

URL::to("project/projectDetails/{$pro->id}")
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lagbox said:

You defined your route:

Route::get('projects/projectDetails/{$id}', 'ProjectController@viewProject');

which is URI: project/projectDetails/{$id} which would be:

URL::to("project/projectDetails/{$pro->id}")

@lagbox thx for your reply

but I didn't understand how should I define my route Sorry but you didn't clear you answer

I try to define my Route this way the same problem is there

Route::get('URI:project/projectDetails/{$id}', 'ProjectController@viewProject');
Last updated 7 years ago.
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Solution
URL::to("project/projectDetails/{$pro->id}")

That is how you generate a url to http://yoursite.com/project/projectDetails/XXX.

Route::get('projects/projectDetails/{id}', 'ProjectController@viewProject');

Would be how you would define that route for that URI.

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Yes you are right and my URL is something like

http://localhost/elarabiaLaravel/public/projects/projectDetails/8
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