Can you please explain me the reason why is there a "views" subfolder in the themes?
Can I override it?
I would prefer if I can cut down that one folder level in the theme, so my layout file would be directly in:
I know that I can override settings for each view separately, but writing the path to the view feels kinda like a hack.
Thank you for your help!
the /themes/<theme-name>/views IS actual the override of the folder /protected/views,
to use it simply add in /protected/config/main.php:
then you do whatever changes in /themes/<theme-name>/views whenever you would do it in /protected/views without specifying the theme.
and i don’t see anywhere you need to hard code theme view folder, yii takes care of it for you. as always
Thanks for the reply, but it’s not clear still.
Why there is one more folder level in the theme folder? How can I remove it?
This is how YII does it by default:
I want to have it this way:
ok, assume your theme’s name is theme-name and do this:
drop a file test.php in 1) /themes/ 2) /themes/theme-name/ 3) /themes/theme-name/views/
<?php echo 'hello world';?>
and try to access via
you are not supposed to see 3), reason: it should be protected not public. at the sametime you can have your public folders under /themes/theme-name/ like
themes/theme-name/js <-- public
themes/theme-name/css <-- public
themes/theme-name/images <-- public
themes/theme-name/views <-- protected by .htaccess
deny from all