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Laravel Webmentions

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A simple client to retrieve webmentions for your pages.


You can install the package via composer:

composer require astrotomic/laravel-webmentions


At firsts you will have to add your API access token to the services.php config file.

return [
    // ...
    'webmention' => [
        'token' => env('WEBMENTION_TOKEN'),
    // ...


You can retrieve all webmentions for a given URL by calling the get() method on the packages client.

use Astrotomic\Webmentions\Facades\Webmentions;

$records = Webmentions::get('');

If you omit the url as argument it will automatically use \Illuminate\Http\Request::url() as default. The return value will be an instance of \Astrotomic\Webmentions\Collections\WebmentionsCollection which provides you with predefined filter methods. You can also use the shorthand methods on the client to retrieve a collection of likes, mentions, replies or reposts.

use Astrotomic\Webmentions\Facades\Webmentions;

$likes = Webmentions::likes('');
$mentions = Webmentions::mentions('');
$replies = Webmentions::replies('');
$reposts = Webmentions::reposts('');

All items will be a corresponding instance of \Astrotomic\Webmentions\Models\Like, \Astrotomic\Webmentions\Models\Mention, \Astrotomic\Webmentions\Models\Reply or \Astrotomic\Webmentions\Models\Repost.

If you only need the count of items you can use the Webmentions::count() method.

use Astrotomic\Webmentions\Facades\Webmentions;

$counts = Webmentions::count('');
  'count' => 52,
  'type' => [
    'like' => 23,
    'mention' => 8,
    'reply' => 16,
    'repost' => 5,


The client uses a poor man cache by default - so per runtime every domain is only requested once. If you want extended caching behavior you should wrap the calls in a Cache::remember() for example.

Blade Component

To receive webmentions for your page you have to add two <link/> tags to your head. This package provides a <x-webmention-links/> Blade component that makes it easier for you.

<x-webmention-links />
<!-- will use the domain of current request -->
<x-webmention-links domain="" />
<!-- will use the given domain -->

<!-- RESULT -->
<link rel="webmention" href="" />
<link rel="pingback" href="" />


composer test


Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details. You could also be interested in CODE OF CONDUCT.


If you discover any security related issues, please check SECURITY for steps to report it.



The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.


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