Twital allows you to create HTML/XML attributes in a very simple way. You do not have to mess up with control structures inside HTML tags.
Let’s see how does it work:
<div t:attr=" condition ? class='header'"> My Company </div>
Here we add conditionally an attribute based on the value of the condition expression.
You can use any Twig test expression as condition and attribute value, but the attribute name must be a litteral.
<div t:attr=" users | length ? class='header'|upper , item in array ? class=item"> Here wins the last class that condition will be evaluated to true. </div>
When not needed, you can omit the condition instruction.
<div t:attr="class='row'"> Class will be "row" </div>