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  1. Hello, I am working on admin panel and i have one list page where alll records are displayed i want to send record ID with href to controller like <a href="<?php echo Yii::app()->request->baseUrl.'backend/vehicle/edit/'.$row['vehicle_id'] ?>">Edit</a> but its not working its giving error page not found. when i pass value with "?" query string it works but i want to pass as i mention above please help.
  2. So I'm just starting out with Yii and I'm trying to figure out the best way to organize my project. It's largely focused on being local, so I want to have different sections of the site for different cities. I have a city table in my database and I want to organize my URL as such: www.example.com/city-name. For example, if I want to show Chicago, it would be www.example.com/chicago. Right now I have a City controller and my cities are all attached to numeric id's. So my Chicago city (id = 1) URL reads as www.example.com/city/1. I want to get rid of my city controller name in the URL and use
  3. Although I wasn't expecting to find a book that would provide all the code and the detailed instructions on how to adapt it to construct a dynamic website that does everything I need it to, this book came incredibly close. I am, however, at a dead end regarding perhaps the most crucial part of my grand puzzle. How to have user submitted content automagically appear in the index and create a link to itself? I created a signup page to become a user, and the login page that gets me (and me alone hopefully) to the data entry page where I can input the following to several tables on the
  4. Hello, I have studied the method presented in chapter 10 for viewing, editing, and deleting users. However, I am a bit concerned about when a user clicks the link to edit or delete, the user ID is passed via the URL to another page. Ex here: [from view_users.php] <td align="left"><a href="edit_user.php?z=' . $id . '">Edit</a></td> <td align="left"><a href="delete_user.php?z=' .$id . '">Delete</a></td> I have found that I can simply change that ID value and perform an edit or delete on another user. This is a concern especially
  5. Hi all. When I type in the Instant Payment notification URL, it do not allow http://localhost/ipn.php So I type it another URL: http://www.weng.com/ipn.php, which does not exist, but it allow I think it is not Okay. Thanks for helping <-- End -- >
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