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    Thread: Best structure for my "Online Shop"
Post: RE: Best structure for my "Online Shop"

The idea of a base controller is not very MVC. In my shops I have controllers called 'departmenets' and 'products'. The departments controller calls the departments model that gets products for tha...
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02-02-2020, 09:30 AM
PaulD
    Thread: Extend form_validation for upload Codeigniter 3
Post: RE: Extend form_validation for upload Codeigniter ...

The file upload library has quite a few file validation options. https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/libraries/file_uploading.html Callbacks in form validation are quite powerful too, so you can write...
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01-24-2020, 09:24 AM
PaulD
    Thread: Using model in another model
Post: RE: Using model in another model

Hi, Although I agree with MGatner, that some knowledge has to be assumed, I think littlej is right on this instance IMHO. Many people learning PHP will be using CI, or using a framework for the first...
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01-24-2020, 09:17 AM
PaulD
    Thread: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?
Post: RE: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?

Hi, @ php_rocs, John_Betong, includebeer, jreklund, sv3tli0 So I think you are all super moderators now. I am not sure what you will now see on your screens but I am hoping you will see links to the ...
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01-24-2020, 08:39 AM
PaulD
    Thread: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?
Post: RE: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?

Thank you everyone. Would warmly welcome our new moderators who can edit posts to tidy (code tags etc) and delete spammy or abusive posts. php_rocs John_Betong includebeer jreklund sv3tli0 ...
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01-24-2020, 07:57 AM
PaulD
    Thread: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?
Post: RE: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?

Hey thanks everyone. Your responses are much appreciated and I will get this organised by the end of tomorrow at the latest. Anyone else interested? Its is not too late to volunteer. Paul
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01-22-2020, 03:37 AM
PaulD
    Thread: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?
Post: CI forum moderators needed - Any volunteers?

Hi Everyone, We are looking for 3 to 5 forum moderators. All you will have to do is check the moderation queue whenever you log in (or have time) to see which posts need approving or deleting. This...
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01-21-2020, 11:50 AM
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    Thread: Important News about Jim Parry and the Project
Post: RE: Important News about Jim Parry and the Project

The thing I will miss the most I think is that James always had time to explain and suggest new ideas and routes, however seemingly trivial or complex the question. He was a real teacher at heart and ...
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01-21-2020, 05:02 AM
PaulD
    Thread: [split] Ion-Auth with CI4
Post: RE: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.

Hi, Yeah I must admit I really get on well with IonAuth. It is so easy to implement and use. I do not know how it stacks up in terms of features or security with others but it has been the basis o...
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10-28-2019, 07:56 AM
PaulD
    Thread: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.
Post: RE: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.

@Poetawd - Thank you, it is the best! We will be posting requests soon enough, keep a look out. @AndreiCurelaru - Yes, it is something to celebrate, thank you. Will make sure you are alerted when w...
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10-28-2019, 04:29 AM
PaulD
    Thread: It is very hard to wait for the release of version 4.
Post: RE: It is very hard to wait for the release of ver...

Hi Takeyasu and welcome to CI. CI4 is currently available as a release candidate but not recommended for production use yet. It is very hard at this stage to say how long it will be but it is very ...
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10-28-2019, 04:23 AM
PaulD
    Thread: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.
Post: RE: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.

@miiscan Thank you. Remember bug reports for CI3 or CI4 are always welcome over at GitHub. Anyone can join in with the bug hunt. @kabeza Thank you. I will make sure you are contacted when we begin ...
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10-25-2019, 07:23 AM
PaulD
    Thread: No base_url() in view parser
Post: RE: No base_url() in view parser

Yeah, the parser class will not execute PHP. Could you store the base_url as a variable so you do {base_url}{link} type thing? Hope that makes sense. Paul
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10-24-2019, 06:34 AM
PaulD
    Thread: Grouping up functions for controllers and models.
Post: RE: Grouping up functions for controllers and mode...

Hi, That is exactly what I do. I have a membership_library for authorization and authentication, a user_library for user profiles and user details etc, a thing I call my functions_library with lots...
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10-24-2019, 06:18 AM
PaulD
    Thread: Grouping up functions for controllers and models.
Post: RE: Grouping up functions for controllers and mode...

dweenator Wrote: (10-23-2019, 11:37 PM) -- This is because i have other projects that i completely abandoned because i couldn't get into them after i stopped for awhile and have a look at my project ...
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10-24-2019, 04:10 AM
PaulD
    Thread: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.
Post: RE: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.

@MisterGeorgeX - Thankyou for your support. Much appreciated. @joarsedu - Thank you. More details coming soon but I will make sure to let you know as soon as we know. Testing etc for CI4 is well un...
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10-24-2019, 02:06 AM
PaulD
    Thread: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.
Post: The CodeIgniter Foundation is finally here.

Exciting News We have some exciting news, CodeIgniter now has a new owner, the not for profit and newly formed CodeIgniter Foundation. Created by EllisLab (2008-2014) and fostered by BCIT (2014-2019)...
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10-23-2019, 08:08 AM
PaulD
    Thread: WYSIWYG HTML Editor and Security
Post: RE: WYSIWYG HTML Editor and Security

I am no expert on this and have struggled with this myself. HTML purifier is a must, as it also tidies up a lot of the messy HTML these WYSIWIG editors produce. Also it will strip out unwanted tags an...
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10-23-2019, 12:54 AM
PaulD
    Thread: This forum site may have some bugs!
Post: RE: This forum site may have some bugs!

I have just tried clicking the relevant buttons and they all appear to be working for me. What browser are you using? Paul
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10-23-2019, 12:38 AM
PaulD
    Thread: Community Input - Logo for CI4
Post: RE: Community Input - Logo for CI4

@ciadmin I think this is the best poll we have ever had! Quite excited watching the results coming in.
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09-17-2019, 04:17 AM
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