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[split] CodeIgniter 4.0.0 splash screen

#1
Would it be possible to create a link to the free Github web-page facility which show the CodeIgniter4 Splash Screen?
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#2
Here you go Smile
https://github.com/bcit-ci/CodeIgniter4/...essage.php
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#3
(11-02-2018, 12:19 AM)ciadmin Wrote: Here you go Smile
https://github.com/bcit-ci/CodeIgniter4/...essage.php

Many thanks for the prompt reply, unfortunately the link only shows the source code and not the Splash screen.

Here is a link to my Github "Hello World" repository:

https://github.com/John-Betong/hello-world

...scroll to the bottom of the Github Repository Readme.md file and notice the "Output" link to the Github Repository web-page. 

https://john-betong.github.io/hello-world/

The link was created from the Github Repository source code and has some hints on how to create the web-page.
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#4
Hmm - looks cool.
The "splash screen" for the CI4 welcome page *is* in the source code ... an embedded SVG file.
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(11-02-2018, 09:28 PM)ciadmin Wrote: Hmm - looks cool.
The "splash screen" for the CI4 welcome page *is* in the source code ... an embedded SVG file.

This is the "Splash Screen" I meant and not just the embedde SVG file. 

https://johns-jokes.cf/welcome?app=7

I was hoping to find a link on the CodeIgniter4 Gitub Repository...
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#6
My original reply, up above, *is* that page. When rendered, it produces the screen you show.
The controller that manages this is application/Controllers/Home, which renders the view in
application/Views/welcome_message. The CSS is embedded in that view page too.
And, yes, this is all in the CodeIgniter4 repository.
The information I cite above is actually contained in the rendered page too.
I am not sure how otherwise to answer your question.
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#7
>>> My original reply, up above, *is* that page. When rendered, it produces the screen you show.

I will try again...

I was hoping for a Github Readme.md link to the web-page that has the contents of the link you provided.

The link you provided must:
1. first be opened
2. contents copied
3. pasted into a new web-page
4. save the new web-page
5. render the new web-page

Creating a link would eliminate the above steps.
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