I'm having some issues with a Codeigniter app in a subfolder on my server along with a Wordpress install in the document root. If I hide the index.php of the Codeigniter URL with .htaccess
RewriteCond $1 !^(index\.php|user_guide|
I need to setup CodeIgniter to be a truly multi language website. I've searched but I can't find a solution.
I've tested this approach but it is not working. (http://codeigniter.com/wiki/Category:Internationalization::Internationalization_Views_i18n/)
Can someone give me a clue about what setup to use to get a truly multi language environment in
could i use one codeigniter framework directory to create multiple applications?
cause it seems that i have to have separate codeigniter folder instances for different applications. i want to be able to adjust some code in one place (classes that are universal) and every application i created with codeigniter will be affected.
with yii you could
Here are the frameworks I am using:
Codeigniter REST API
Running the app:
The htaccess file redirects everything through the Codeigniter index.php file.
There is a default route setup in Codeigniter to call the "Start" Controller.
The Start Controller calls the Start View (the only view in Codeigniter ).
<?php echo form_open_multipart('welcome/do_upload');?>
<input type="file" name="userfile" size="20" />
$config['upload_path'] = './uploads/';
$config['allowed_types'] = 'gif|jpg|png';
$config['max_size'] = '100';
$config['max_width'] = '1024';
Does anyone know a good Google Two-factor Authentication tutorial for Codeigniter?
Solution Here tutsplus Integrating Two-Factor Authentication with CodeIgniter
First, I have PHP Codeigniter project currently run on server
Then I've installed latest Angular4 CLI (Typescript) to server
But I don't know how to integrate with Codeigniter project.
How to use Angular4 in Codeigniter views like an AngularJS?
I guessed, Should I run ng-build every time? for use compiled .js file to PHP view
I am working on a project with MVC architecture and using the codeigniter framework. I keep on getting an error when i try running the file in the following way.
I've set the base_url in the config.php file in the config directory as follows
i'm wondering if it's possible to cache a view which is loaded inside another view.
<?php echo $this->load->view('modules/new_view'); ?>
so view.php requires a new view inside himself, can i cache the views/modules/new_view.php content?
Solution Codeigniter has Web Page Caching
I'd like to integrate a simple forum with a Codeigniter application and wondered if anyone had any recommendations? Cheers
Solution I would take a look at vanilla forums, lots of addons, open source, and pretty easy to integrate things with (ie Codeigniter)
there are a few forum topics on how to do things with