It seems many people is trying to make Wordpress and Yii work together. I got stuck with the same problem, but now I think I have achieved doing it, after a lot of hard thinking and many work hours spent.
MrFisk is a sleek little bot hanging out in the official #yii IRC channel on freenode, meant to serve Yii users with documentation lookups and other things. This document intends to provide a summary of what MrFisk can do for you and how to use his fin^H^Heatures.
There are two approaches to converting an Artisteer theme. The first is to simply copy an existing Artisteer – based Yii theme, overlay the CSS and images, then make any necessary tweaks to the layout files. This is undoubtedly the fastest route, but won't teach you as much as doing it from scratch. That's ok. Sometimes getting the job done is the top priority. The second approach is more general and will apply to some extent to other HTML templates that you may want to convert. I'll be covering the first approach in detail, while the second will be more of a general discussion.
If you are coming over to Yii 2 from Yii 1.x, you may have already read this useful wiki for creating dependent dropdowns.
You can use a similar approach in Yii 2 to do the same. But if you are looking at a prebuilt solution that helps you manage it easier, read along.
Please, note. This article is entirely based on a work done by me colleague developer, who hasn't got account on this webpage and also hasn't got time for writing this article. I'm writing it for him. I will try to forward him any comments that may appear, but can't assure if/when he'll be able to answer. I'm far, far less experienced in Oracle therefore I won't probably be able to help myself.
I have been requested to provide a tutorial on how to use the file upload feature of the TbRedactor widget, and even though I am no longer supporting the library due that the work belongs to Clevertech, I feel that I owe that to the Yii developers. So, here is the tutorial.