Is there any way to return HTML in a PHP function? (without building the return value as a string)

By | March 30, 2018

I have a PHP function that I’m using to output a standard block of HTML. It currently looks like this:

<?php function TestBlockHTML ($replStr) { ?>
    <body><h1> <?php echo ($replStr) ?> </h1>
<?php } ?>

I want to return (rather than echo) the HTML inside the function. Is there any way to do this without building up the HTML (above) in a string?


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