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CodeExtinguisher 2.0 Release Candidate 14.2

[eluser]unsub[/eluser]
aha, I hadn't seen that about godaddy before. Good to know.

Sorry I couldn't help you out with this. If I have a sudden brainstorm, I'll post again Big Grin

[eluser]dbelanger[/eluser]
[quote author="unsub" date="1226319192"]aha, I hadn't seen that about godaddy before. Good to know.

Sorry I couldn't help you out with this. If I have a sudden brainstorm, I'll post again Big Grin[/quote]

No worries, thanks for taking interest. Smile

[eluser]dbelanger[/eluser]
*bump*

[eluser]Majd Taby[/eluser]
hmm, i haven't come across this before. Try editing the crud.php controller...there you'll see lines that build the links dynamically.

[eluser]dbelanger[/eluser]
Hey Madj Taby, thanks for your reply, appreciate it.

I've tried editing the crud.php file for the links and tried changing a link like this:

Code:
$config['edit_link'] = '?'.$this->implodeAssoc('=','&',array_merge($_GET,array('m'=>'manage','a'=>'edit','id'=>'{num}')));

to:

Code:
$config['edit_link'] = $this->implodeAssoc('=','&',array_merge($_GET,array('m'=>'manage','a'=>'edit','id'=>'{num}')));

removing the question mark to try and have only one in my url. I thought this would do it but it results in:

Code:
http://www.site.com/backend.php?/c=crud&m=manage&t=privacy&a=edit&id=1

which I didn't expect. I'm not sure how else to change the links in order to have them with only 1 question mark and no extra slashes. Not sure how the slash gets put in.

Thanks again for looking.

[eluser]John_Betong[/eluser]
 
Great stuff and I do like the simple installation. Works a treat.
 
The version I have is not showing my TIMESTAMP date field and I was wondering if this is implemented and if so where should I start looking for the problem.
 
Keep up the good work.
 
 
 

[eluser]Majd Taby[/eluser]
please excuse my rustiness...i haven't worked on codex in quite a few months. But i believe TIMESTAMP fields default to text boxes. if you want to change that behavior, create a .yml file and define your field as a DatePicker (not sure of the plugin's name) plugin.

[eluser]Majd Taby[/eluser]
here's a screencast (a little outdated, but not much)

http://codeextinguisher.com/screencasts/...uisher.mov

[eluser]John_Betong[/eluser]
[quote author="Majd Taby" date="1226667914"]please excuse my rustiness...i haven't worked on codex in quite a few months. But i believe TIMESTAMP fields default to text boxes. if you want to change that behavior, create a .yml file and define your field as a DatePicker (not sure of the plugin's name) plugin.[/quote]
 
Many thanks for your prompt reply.
 
I will take a look at it over the weekend because as much as I love CI it does not pay the rent Sad
 
 
 

[eluser]minimal design[/eluser]
sorry... I don't feel like going through the 40 pages on this post Wink

Is this the latest version of codex? And is it compatible with CI 1.7.0?

Thanks!!


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