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christ2

Member Since 07 Aug 2014
Offline Last Active Oct 10 2014 01:33 AM
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In Topic: Flexgrid not rendering correctly on host server

09 October 2014 - 10:34 AM

Problem solved!! :D The issue was related to a basic misconception of the folder/file structures and subsequent path config changes that i had made...

 

 

Before I begin - I love GROCERYCRUD!!! :wub:

I'm a newbie developer to php/mysql/apache in my 50's, the biggest issue with installing grocery crud for an old school technologist like myself is the lack of specifics & assumptions about the person installing codeigniter/grocerycrud.

 

  • What I would have liked to have had at the outset is more clarity about the folder/file structure for integrating GroceryCRUD with an existing website. Often people & in my case I had coded my php website & was seeking a CRUD solution, I found groceryCRUD. Also would it be fair to say that installing GroceryCRUD is the same as creating another 'website' that shares access to a MySQL database with your existing website(if you have one already)?

Could someone please check for folder placement best practices as I have below?

 

 

  • Folder structure BEFORE installing GroceryCRUD was as follows

HOST SERVER(Paid)

/home/mywebsite  {Public access denied}

---/public_html    {Publicly accessable}

---index.php

---/includes

---/js

---/css

---etc.....

 

WAMP Server (My personal PC)

c:\wamp\www\mywebsite

---\html    {publicly accessable}

---index.php

---\includes

---\js

---\css

---etc.....

 

  • Folder structure AFTER installing groceryCRUD

HOST SERVER(Paid)

/home/mywebsite  {Public access denied}

---/public_html    {Publicly accessable}

---index.php

---/includes

---/js

---/css

---etc.....

 

---grocerycrud

---/application

---/assests

---/system

---/user_guide

---index.php

---etc.....

 

WAMP Server (My personal PC)

c:\wamp\www\mywebsite

---\html    {publicly accessable}

---index.php

---\includes

---\js

---\css

---etc.....

 

---grocerycrud

---\application

---\assests

---\system

---\user_guide

---index.php

---etc.....

 

  • The remainder of the user guide, which I will eventually read seems to be terrific.

 

Thankyou Amit you have always replied me....(my two post to date..lol)