This article is based on fr0d0z's article Integrating Wordpress and Yii: still another approach, using Yii as the router/controller and provides more details on how to set up this integration.To be more specific,the idea is not to use any main.php layout in Yii's controllers.This gives the advantage that we do not need to modify any Yii code when we switch a theme in WordPress admin panel,provided we have done a very basic setup which I explain below.
These newsletters have always been hard to create as regular web HTML is not properly read by web email interfaces and email clients. I thought that the simplest solution would be to use a web page that would serve as a web version of the newsletter and turn it somehow into newsletter HTML.
As we know YII is the Leading Framework of PHP. Lots of new developers are starting to use YII day by day. Most of the beginners are little bit confused with how to start with YII . I think this note will help them. Follow the simple steps
To run a Yii-powered Web application, you need a Web server that supports PHP 5.1.0.
Lets say we have such a CGridView widget showing a list of users for administrator. Users have status „active“ or „disabled“.
Grid widget puts class „odd“ or „even“ to rows and we want to preserve this. So we want to add a class „disabled“ to rows with disabled users.
In this cookbook I will attempt to explain how to use the lightweight version of Role-Based Access Control using a php file. This version does not use database but a php file and is controlled by CPhpAuthManager class.