It seems that what happend in there was a CodeIgniter bug, which was fixed today: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Debug that and should work. Do you have any ideas? This tutorial will teach you how to wrap this functionality in our own class, so additional methods can be hooked up to it.
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Also, make sure you have a folder with write permissions somewhere in your application. I must admit I started my tutorial from this one: If it does, then process the information… or else, you must be a bot. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This will make our wrapper encapsulated and reusable for as many forms as we need codeigniyer our application.
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The tutorial in question was made using Codeigniter 3 beta. On github you can find two versions of the helper: Debug that and should work. Building a user registration system — Part 3: You need to update to CodeIgniter 3. After reading this blog i am strong in this topic which helpful to cracking the interview easily…. As mentioned, CI has already done the leg work in creating the fuzzy image with the letters.
Now we have our class, we need a way to check the values against our form field. Our wrapper can be now reused in all our forms. We load our wrapper, runs the validation and the 3 methods from our class. Those options, beside the ones you can find inside the stable version, are: Here, we are extending the form validation class in CI. Now we have 2 properties accessible throughout our class ci and word.
We will have to change its permission to or This is where the images will be saved. This blog having more useful information that information explanation are step by step and very clear so easy and interesting to read.
Notice deleteImage runs in the else clause as well? Maybe with your next salary you will be able to make a donation…. That one is a good tutorial, but I will extend it with this one, because i find it more to my personal needs.
This will make it easier for us to check the value for form submission and have the image name as well for cleanup. Do you have any ideas? I would like to point out one small bug in using session name: First of all thank you for sharing this informative blog. You will firstly have to create a folder where the image will be saved. Ready to get started?
We will make a controller named login. For more info, you can take codeignietr look here: All you need to do is pass an array of options then voila!
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I needed to create a couple of forms for my latest project using the Codeigniter CI framework. Your email address will not be published. It seems that what happend in there was a CodeIgniter bug, which was fixed today: