I have a site made in procedure html/php, and I need create a system to manager news and articles, how can I integrate my actual website with the new system?
Actually, the site dont’t have any server-side system, only some complex views.
I’m not sure if this is the best solution for it, but I’d create a controller/action pair and copy the “static HTML” into the view part ie:
public function actionContact()
$this -> render( 'contact' );
public function actionAbout()
$this -> render( 'about' );
if you have more than 10 pages though …
This cookbook page probably fits your needs better.
Hi guys, now I understand how make this.
If you want to tidy up the way the urls look, then this might help.
I’m implementing this changes in my app and I have one question:
How can I share a partial for all views?
I have a bit complex box partial view stored as views/_box.php, which can be called as follows:
Hope this helps.
Egads! The docs for CContentDecorator are cyptic. After some trial and error, is the intended way to use it like this?
In a view file:
Where _decorate is another view file, say:
I am the decorator.
<?php print $content;
Is that the idea?
I think that in my case is diferrent, I intend to create some partials and put on a directory called share (like in rails), and call this partials when necessary in my views.
Seems to be possible. This worked for me within a views/message view file
<? $this->endContent('/site/pages/about'); ?>
The docs for beginContent() appear to be incorrect, since they claim that the view script is resolved via getViewFile(), but that resolves to a path.
Yes, just put them right in views dir and call renderPartial(’…/[…]’) in your view files.
Since content decorator is used as a widget, your endContent() call should omit its parameter. (It calls endWidget internally.)
beginContent() does resolve view file with getViewFile() which accepts paths as well. If I remember well.
the problem was resolved.