Many applications wish to obtain parts of the URL for the current page (the hostname, the query string, etc.), and the CHttpRequest class wraps various $_SERVER variables to break down the URL into its constituent parts.
In this mini howto I would like to show how to add a required captcha field in the login form, after a defined number of unsuccessfull attempts.
To do this, I will use the blog demo that you have in default Yii download package (path/to/yii/demos/blog).
In an application I had a CGridView with a CButtonColumn and for an Ajax-Request I needed to make sure that the IDs of the buttons would not change when the GridView was updated so in effect I wanted to link them to the $data->id.
So I tried:
There are some good guides out there explaining how to work with events and the ways to attach them to your components, but none (that I know) explain the following way to configure your events with CAction classes on your controllers the following way.
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.