# Blade Syntax
You can simply use blade syntax for showing or hiding any section for admin with perticular role.
# 1. Using
permitTo blade syntax
You can add access level using
@permitTo('CreateBlog') <button>Only For Admin with permission of `CreateBlog`</button> @endpermitTo
Make sure you write permission name exactly as it is, createblog and CreateBlog treated as two different permissions
# 2. Using
permitToParent blade syntax
Suppose you want to allow access for any CRUD permission of blog, for example if admin has any permission among create, read, update or delete for blog.
@permitToParent('Blog') <button>Only For Admin with any permission for `Blog` model </button> <span>Visible only if admin has any permissions among `Create, Read, Update or Delete` for blog</span> @endpermitTo
# Access by Role
# 3. Using
role blade syntax
For example, If you want to show a button for admin with role of editor then write.
@admin('editor') <button>Only For Editor</button> @endadmin
# 4. Role of
If you want to add multiple role, you can do like this
@admin('editor,publisher,any_role') <button> This is visible to admin with all these role</button> @endadmin