How to Create Custom 404 Error Page in CodeIgniter


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A custom 404 error page lets you display a well-designed page when a page-not-found error occurs. It makes a web application user-friendly and helps the user to navigate back to your website. There are many reasons for having a 404 page in CodeIgniter. Mainly the broken links are responsible for showing a 404 error page. You can easily customize the 404 (Page-not-found) error page of CodeIgniter as per your needs.

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How to Implement Captcha in CodeIgniter using Captcha Helper


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CAPTCHA is randomly generated string incorporated in an image file which is display to the user and the random string is stored in SESSION variable. Once the user submits the captcha word by viewing captcha image, the submitted value will be compare with the session value. CodeIgniter provides a captcha helper to create CAPTCHA. CodeIgniter CAPTCHA Helper helps to generate captcha image with customization options. Here we'll provide the example code to implement captcha functionality in CodeIgniter.

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Upload Multiple Files and Images in CodeIgniter


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CodeIgniter's File Uploading Class allows uploading files on the server. You can upload single file or image easily using Upload library. But sometimes multiple file uploading feature needs to be provided the in the web application. This article will help to upload multiple file and image at once using CodeIgniter's Upload library. Also, we'll show you how to insert the uploaded file information into the database.

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Login with Facebook in CodeIgniter


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Integrate Facebook login is the most used feature for today's web application. Login with Facebook feature helps users to log into the web application easily. Which means that your web application receives more users / customers. In this tutorial, we're going to explain how to integrate Facebook login in CodeIgniter using Facebook PHP SDK with Facebook Graph API.

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Handling File Uploads in CakePHP


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CakePHP does not provide any library to upload files. We need to use PHP's move_uploaded_file() function to upload the file to the server. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to upload a file and store the uploaded file information into the database in CakePHP.

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Sending Email in CodeIgniter


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Sending email in CodeIgniter is much easier and you can set preferences as per your needs. CodeIgniter provides an Email library to sending email in application. Using our sample code you can send a text email, HTML email, and email with an attachment. Also, you would be able to set the cc email address(s) and bcc email address(s).

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Create Custom URL Helper Function in CodeIgniter


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Custom URL helper function helps you to define a custom URL and get this URL in the whole project. This article shows the simple way to define a custom URL and getting the respective URL from custom URL function. Here we'll define the public URL (where all the assets content would be stored) and public_url() function to get the project assets directory URL.

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Top 5 Most Useful CakePHP Based CMS For 2016


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CakePHP is one of the most extensively used open source PHP frameworks that helps in developing and managing web applications based on the MVC pattern. This web application framework helps in reducing the overall development costs. CakePHP also saves developers time, by helping them write less code. And now, you can even create, manage and publish content through CakePHP-based CMS.

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How to Upload File in CodeIgniter


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CodeIgniter's File Uploading Class helps to upload files to the server. You can use various preferences for configuring your file upload and restrict the type and size of the files. This tutorial will show how to upload file in CodeIgniter using File Uploading Class. For your better understand we'll demonstrate the file upload with an example.

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