Almost all Yii applications use CMenu at the top of each page to show options available to the user, and many include drop-down components to allow more fine-grained selection.
If you're working a lot with extensions you often stumble upon problems, when you want to include them into your custom web application, like hardcoded or absolute path aliases or classes extended from core application components, which implement addiditonal features.
My favourite editor is Komodo Edit (free and crossplatform) and I use it for my everyday coding work. Just recently I found out how to make it help me to work with Yii. :) So follow these steps:
I www.jamesbarnsley.com was tasked to find a way to do recursive deletion in Yii. As I asked other developers and looked around the internet the usual answers all came up, use a plugin or use cascade delete at the DB level, but I did not want to do either of these.
You have a 'Category' model with Id, Name and Visibility (boolean, where 0 = Public, and 1 = Private).
This is an incipient implementation of application-driven database with Yii.
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I just chased my tail around for a bit today. I got lost with setting the status of all inputs, and banging my head on why the "validate" function just wasn't working.