In many cases developers of one project use their own local environments for coding. There may be a common test platform and, of course, production. All these environments usually have different DB credentials and directory structures (first of all, path to YII framework directory). Another feature is debugging. It's convenient to turn it on for local environments, eventually - on the test server and never (generally speaking) - on the production.
Ok, so you have a HTML 5 file input markup on your view and you have enabled multiple attribute to true. You may also be using widgets based on HTML5 input like \kartik\widgets\FileInput. But when you read a file in Yii controller using CUploadedFile (Yii1) or UploadedFile (Yii2), you do not see a list of multiple files that you selected in your view, but only one row. Your HTML markup in your view would be something like this and you don't know why this is not working?
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.
Hello, this article will describe some aspects about caching controllers with filters() method in your controller. And I will describe some problems I meet when using this approach for caching, the main problem was
The yii2-detail-view extension offers you an easy way to EDIT and VIEW your model data, toggle these modes, and adds other features. You can read the extension documentation and/or view a demo of this extension, to understand usage.
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.