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#1
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Hey guys,

Where can I gind documentation about how to install and setup CodeIgniter?

I just copied the files to my web server, edited config.php and database.php but all I see is this:

Code:
Welcome to CodeIgniter!

The page you are looking at is being generated dynamically by CodeIgniter.

If you would like to edit this page you'll find it located at:
application/views/welcome_message.php

The corresponding controller for this page is found at:
application/controllers/welcome.php

If you are exploring CodeIgniter for the very first time, you should start by reading the User Guide.

What do I do to start using it?
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#2
If your getting that then your website is working.

Now you need to code it up.


(10-30-2014, 11:19 AM)jfha73 Wrote: Hey guys,

Where can I gind documentation about how to install and setup CodeIgniter?

I just copied the files to my web server, edited config.php and database.php but all I see is this:

Code:
Welcome to CodeIgniter!

The page you are looking at is being generated dynamically by CodeIgniter.

If you would like to edit this page you'll find it located at:
application/views/welcome_message.php

The corresponding controller for this page is found at:
application/controllers/welcome.php

If you are exploring CodeIgniter for the very first time, you should start by reading the User Guide.

What do I do to start using it?
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined CodeIgniter Community 2009.  ( Skype: insitfx )
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#3
Here you get the documentaion: http://www.codeigniter.com/docs

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#4
Code Igniter is well documented.

There's tutorial at:
http://www.codeigniter.com/user_guide/tu...index.html

A quick search on Youtube will bring up hundreds of videos. I'd recommend starting with Jeffrey Way's series at http://code.tutsplus.com/series/codeigni...-net-17602
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#5
I'm starting to understand, but can I put it in a php.ini include_path so it doesn't have to go with the web app? to make the web app smaller and just ask for CI to be put in the include_path of PHP.

Just like Pear projects do it.
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#6
I don't think so.
Whole framework (v2.2.0) is 1.29 MiB (1.76 MiB on Windows) so it is not large that much. More like some 3 or 4 images size.
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