En ciertas ocasiones tenemos que lidiar con el tema de colocar una lista de checkboxes para hacer una seleccion especifica como es el caso de los dias de la semana para un calendario, para esta labor tenemos el comando CHtml::checkBoxList(), revisando un poco el funcionamiento de este temos los siguientes parametros:
Yesterday I've written a module for myself. Just an experiment. When I was feeling satisfied, I've created a repository on github, and pushed my code. My module and yii are on github. So I'll show you a "new" way to start our yii projects.
I assume you are familiar with accessControl standard filter. It allows you to separate privileges to run some action from action code itself. There is however one problem with most common usage - you cannot use bizRules, at least based on some parameters passed to 'checkAccess' just because it is hard to pass them in accessRules() result.
In a nutshell, the task at hand is to mark (or render) a model attribute in the typical "_form.php" view file with the 'required' red asterisk while this attribute is not marked as required in the model's rule() method.
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With Bootstrap 3 and its inbuilt support in Yii Framework 2.0, you would see quite some new ways of creating HTML markup and styling your site. However, with version 3 of Bootstrap, tooltips and popover are not activated by default on your elements. Assuming you have activated the Bootstrap 3 tooltip plugin - how do you easily enable display of tooltips/popovers across your site?
I found a standard Yii app's protected folder structure nearly perfect. With a few simple moves and a little bit change to the code, I managed to bring it to the level, which I found as fully perfect. I want to share my point of view, in case someone would like to use this structure as well.