In this wiki I will show how to Disallowing login for Inactive users. Only Active users can logging and access their account. You can set privacy for your yii web apps users.
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.
CMenu comes with a lot of great customization options built in. One of the most used is the class 'active' being added to menu item. But, what if you want to add your own class or id to a menu item ?
Hi Friends, In this tutorial, how to update the sum of all the button data-price value using jquery, Just Follow three step and it's work easily.I hope It may be some helpful to others.
Hi Friends, In this tutorial you can use the eajaxupload-extension ,
In this wiki I will show how could use a Captcha in yii CForm. The easy way to show captcha image is create a form using CHtml method & CActiveForm, but CForm also should be able to show a captcha.
Changing the way a CGridView is rendered from the configuration file, or through behaviors specified at the moment it is used, is handy to extend a CGridView without creating tons of different classes for it. I am surprised that this is not in the default implementation, so I made my default CGridView implementation.
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This page explains how to implement an event and catch that event in a behavior.
This article shows one of possible ways to implement menu items (as well as links), which displays a progress / wait dialog and are redirecting browser to destination URL in the same time. This is especially useful, for links or routes that are know to be loaded for a prolonged period of time (i.e. getting a lot of data from database).
CFormatter is one of Yii's core components and used to format values displayed in widgets like CGridView or CDetailView. All classic formats like numbers, text, urls or datetime are supported but you may have to use a formatting rule that isn't built in. Let's say we want to display arrays of strings (like tags associated with a product model)...
In order to get your Yii logs into Heroku's logs, you have to work a little bit of magic. You'll need to modify the boot.sh script and add the following two lines: ~~~ touch /app/apache/logs/app_log tail -F /app/apache/logs/app_log & ~~~ This will set up the log and tail it so that when you request "heroku logs", this log is included.
The usual way to find out what Yii has created for an SQL query is to mutilate the SQL in the sourcecode and call the program again so that the SQL statement with errors is displayed. Or you can use the SQL logger, which must be switched on and off each time and logs all SQL statements, which leads to an enormous slowdown in program execution and decelerates your workflow.
When you're filling up a form of a CActiveRecord (using CActiveForm for example), usually you'll construct your code so that in case of validation error you'll get back the form with the error displayed back to you, typically when CActiveForm.errorSummary() is used. This is how its done by Gii.