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Question about the template logic (Phil's template library)

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[eluser]victorche[/eluser]
@clip, it works ... And thanks, but this is not what i am asking for ...

simply because this menu will be everywhere... No matter if you are in /blog/ or /news/ or /contacts/

It will change only depending on the user (logged or not, admin or not)

So I don't want to call this in every single controller. I want to escape the code duplication. That's why I was reading about MY_Controller.php, just for using some general and repeating code in it. And it works (sort of).

The problem is that I want to manage the menu links now. And I am taking them from a db table with a simple funcion. And here the problems begun Sad

This funcion takes info from the database, so (i think) it should be in a model. But as I don't want to repeat parts of code in the controllers, i also don't want to repeat this small function in every model i have (like blog_model, news_model, links_model ...). That's why i've made a MY_Model.php and put this little function in there.

Anyway, if i call it from a controller, everything is Ok ... But how can i call it from MY_Controller.php ?

I want to call it only once, to generate my menu links only once and to do it it MY_Controller.php

I don't want to call this in every controller and I don't want to copy and paste this small function in every model too.

Please, this makes me crazy already Smile


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Question about the template logic (Phil's template library) - by El Forum - 07-30-2010, 08:47 AM

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