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Does anyone know whether the is a place detailing the structure your admin theme should take when creating one? e.g. I see UiKit, Reno and Default admin themes all have default.php, init.php, controller.php files, is this a stylisitic choice or a prerequisite for any admin theme module?
I am using the translation function (either $this->_() or __()) within a module that responds to AJAX API calls - there isn't really a page that is being served.
When I supply a string with an apostrophe, e.g.,
__('Book \'em danno') It is formatted as
Book 'em danno
Is there some way to prevent output formatting when retrieving strings using the translation functions?
I wish to access a template's allowed templates for it's children from the API. This one:
I am pretty sure this is possible, but I can't seem to find it anywhere in the documentation. If this is not possible, is there some way of assigning properties to templates? So like fields that already have a value on all pages using that template.
I have a bit of a head scratcher for myself. I have a form (first name, last name, and domain) that I use to create pages. I have the first name and last name being combined and saving as the title, and being saved in their individual fields as well. The domain name is just being saved in it's designated field under the page. This all works quite well in fact.
(just a note: for a special case, I am combining all three values so it looks like firstname.lastname@example.org)
However, I thought I might need to check to see if the page already existed, and if it does, provide the user with an error. If it doesn't already exist, follow through with creating the page. I didnt want to save the entire address in the title as I knew "@" wouldn't fly with the url to the page.
I thought I could use a foreach, but I understand that outputs an array, when I need to check just one entry.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I am probably making this much more difficult than it needs to be.
I have fixed the issue... "==" seemed to fix it.