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What is the standard method for adding classes in twig template?
I'm going straightly to the main subject point:

Scenario-1:
I have some classes and I want to collect them in a group and add this group to the existing group that added before:
I try below code but it seems that something is wrong.

{%
  set classes = [
    'block',
    'block-' ~ configuration.provider|clean_class,
    'block-' ~ plugin_id|clean_class,
  ]
%}

{%
  set my-classes = [
    'class-name-1',
    'class-name-2',
    'class-name-3',
    'class-name-4',
  ]
%}
<div{{ attributes.addClass('classes my-classes') }}>

What tips should I consider for a class group name, For example, Is it important to follow PHP variables name convention, Can I use hyphen character in class group names?

Scenario -2:
I have few classes names and I want to add theme straightly to default added classes, like below:

views-view-unformatted:

<div {{ row.attributes.addClass(row_classes 'class-name-1 class-name-2') }}>
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Your variables classesand my_classes are arrays. You could merge them:

{{ attributes.addClass(classes, my_classes) }}

Or add them one by one:

{{ attributes.addClass(classes).addClass(my_classes) }}

Or merge an array constant directly:

{{ row.attributes.addClass(row_classes, ['class-name-1', 'class-name-2']) }}

Or single classes:

{{ row.attributes.addClass(row_classes, 'class-name-1', 'class-name-2') }}

According to the coding standards https://twig.symfony.com/doc/2.x/coding_standards.html you should use underscores in variable names.

  • Thank you so much, for your help and reply. I appreciate you greatly. – Mojtaba Reyhani Jul 28 '17 at 1:36

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