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Method: messages.editInlineBotMessage

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Edit an inline bot message

Parameters:

NameTypeDescriptionRequired
no_webpageBoolDisable webpage previewOptional
invert_mediaBoolOptional
idInputBotInlineMessageIDSent inline message IDYes
messagestringMessageOptional
mediaMessageMedia, Update, Message or InputMediaMediaOptional
reply_markupReplyMarkupReply markup for inline keyboardsOptional
entitiesArray of MessageEntityMessage entities for styled textOptional
parse_modestringWhether to parse HTML or Markdown markup in the messageOptional

Return type: Bool

Can bots use this method: YES

MadelineProto Example (now async for huge speed and parallelism!):

if (!file_exists('madeline.php')) {
    copy('https://phar.madelineproto.xyz/madeline.php', 'madeline.php');
}
include 'madeline.php';

$MadelineProto = new \danog\MadelineProto\API('session.madeline');
$MadelineProto->start();

$Bool = $MadelineProto->messages->editInlineBotMessage(no_webpage: $Bool, invert_media: $Bool, id: $InputBotInlineMessageID, message: 'string', media: $InputMedia, reply_markup: $ReplyMarkup, entities: [$MessageEntity, $MessageEntity], parse_mode: 'string', );

Usage of reply_markup

You can provide bot API reply_markup objects here.

Return value

If the length of the provided message is bigger than 4096, the message will be split in chunks and the method will be called multiple times, with the same parameters (except for the message), and an array of Bool will be returned instead.

Usage of parse_mode:

Set parse_mode to html to enable HTML parsing of the message.

Set parse_mode to Markdown to enable markown AND html parsing of the message.

The following tags are currently supported:

<br>a newline
<b><i>bold works ok, internal tags are stripped</i> </b>
<strong>bold</strong>
<em>italic</em>
<i>italic</i>
<u>underline</u>
<s>strikethrough</s>
<del>strikethrough</del>
<strike>strikethrough</strike>
<code>inline fixed-width code</code>
<pre>pre-formatted fixed-width code block</pre>
<blockquote>pre-formatted fixed-width code block</blockquote>
<a href="https://github.com">URL</a>
<a href="mention:@danogentili">Mention by username</a>
<a href="mention:186785362">Mention by user id</a>
<a href="tg://user?id=186785362">Mention by user id</a>
Custom emoji: <emoji id="5368324170671202286">👍</emoji>
Custom emoji: <tg-emoji emoji-id="5368324170671202286">👍</tg-emoji>
<pre language="json">Pre tags can have a language attribute</pre>
<spoiler>Spoiler</spoiler>
<tg-spoiler>Spoiler</tg-spoiler>

You can also use normal markdown (bot API MarkdownV2 syntax), note that to create mentions you can also use the mention: syntax like in html:

*bold \*text*
_italic \*text_
__underline__
~strikethrough~
||spoiler||
*bold _italic bold ~italic bold strikethrough ||italic bold strikethrough spoiler||~ __underline italic bold___ bold*
[inline URL](http://www.example.com/)
[inline mention of a user](tg://user?id=123456789)
![👍](tg://emoji?id=5368324170671202286)
\`inline fixed-width code\`
\`\`\`
pre-formatted fixed-width code block
\`\`\`
\`\`\`php
pre-formatted fixed-width code block written in the PHP programming language
\`\`\`

[Mention by username](mention:@danogentili)
[Mention by user id](mention:186785362)
[Mention by user id](tg://user?id=186785362)
[👍](emoji:5368324170671202286)
[👍](tg://emoji?id=5368324170671202286)