tired of if/else? How about ternary? The PHP Ternary Operator is a way to quickly express if/else statements. The ternary operator follows the following syntax:   ( boolean expression ) ? if_true : if_false;   If the boolean expression evaluates to true, the “if_true” result is displayed, otherwise the “if_false” result is displayed. Just as a quick recap, the normal if/else syntax looks like the following:   <?php $expression = true; if ( $expression ) { // do statement if true } else { // do statement if false } ?>   This gets redundant especially when you’re just echoing