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Codeigniter Preparation

Posted on : 05-06-2009 | In : Codeigniter, Screencasts

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Hopefully if I can keep my promise and will be rolling a set of screencast on this site and part of them will be to do with the Codeigniter Framework.

I though it would be best to start with codeigniter installation. This would be a base to start for future screencasts on codeigniter. Hopefully this screencast will demonstrate how to setup CI in a secure and safe method.


Screencast Length: 7:12

Just on some final notes the .htaccess file I have used works for me on my servers but you may need to adjust it depending on your host. Here are other useful setups.

If you got any more please be sure to share :-) .

Added: Tools Used

Comments (11)

Thank You!!,
What is your IDE Software and FTP Software!!

Thank You so much is great!!

Thanks Julian.

I have added the link in the post now so please see above.

Good !!

Thank you so much !!
:D

hi

that’s a great tutorial, could explain like this , how to install / integrate jquery with CodeIgniter

thanks

Ehsan

thanks.

Thanks a lot. I’m just wondering:

Since we put the router on the public html folder, we should put our assets folder there to? What about the views folder? And lastly, do we create a template folder?

Thanks a lot,
Márcio

ok. :) I have found the almost complete answer here:

http://www.weblee.co.uk/codeigniter/codeigniter-pagination-part-1/

We do have our header.php and footer on a inc folder inside our views folder. However, if we use “image src” or js paths, wouldn’t that be a fault on our security ?

Regards once again,
Márcio

Hi

I would suggest looking at the first screencast. It will show you a more secure way to setup CI and your paths.

Click Here to see

Fantastic! This is exactly what I needed to setup CodeIgniter on my webhost. Thank you.

Hey, I’m kinda confused !

what’s the right side on your FTP client ?

and you’re using /home/ci on Windows ? :D

i don’t understand :D

Awesome tutorial, Thanks!

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