Allowing PHP beside HMTL in New Pages Created

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IceyTopic starter

Hey!

So, I see that for the newly created pages, you can only write there in html and that's it. I tried to look a bit for the way to change it to also allow PHP ( which will help me a lot ) but couldn't really find a way.

Also, I am looking for a way to .. "hardcode" a new page into the source code. For exemple there is site.com/blog , which is "hardcoded" into the script, but I also want to create a new one like site.com/search , or site.com/all-categories , etc. If you can .. point me out where exactly to do this, I will really appreciate it.

Thanks! :)
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Marius P.

Hi,

You can use the sidebar.php ( https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/themes/main/sidebar.php ) or tpl.footer.php files for the links.
Depending on where you want to place the link.

As for php in the pages, you can modify the

https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/views/page.route.php
and corresponding theme files
https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/themes/main/default.php

to add php to specific pages (you can target them by id).

Otherwise...storing php in SQL and executing it will prove challenging  https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41406/how-do-i-execute-php-that-is-stored-in-a-mysql-database
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IceyTopic starter

Quote from: Marius P. on As for php in the pages, you can modify the

https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/views/page.route.php
and corresponding theme files
https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/themes/main/default.php

to add php to specific pages (you can target them by id).


I tried and..tried and..tried this approach and couldn't make it work. Can you please specify what exactly should I need to change?
Thanks!
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IceyTopic starter

It took all Sunday to come up with a fix to also allow .php files to be writen but .. couldn't find a way! :(

Any help will be really appreciate it.

Thanks.

PS: What's the reason behind this approach ? Security? At least it should be allowed by Admins to write both html and php.
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Marius P.

No CMS allows php in posts, it's a complicated and highly insecure process that I have never done (so I can't advise on it).
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IceyTopic starter

Made a..provisory additional to allow a "hardcoded" Page to accept php. Not happy about it but .. it is what it is! :)

If you can code it to allow admins at least to create additional pages, it will be nice, beause I couldn't do this :

As for php in the pages, you can modify the

https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/views/page.route.php
and corresponding theme files
https://github.com/PHPVibe/PHPVibe/blob/master/themes/main/default.php

to add php to specific pages (you can target them by id).


..no matter how hard I tried!
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Marius P.

QuoteIf you can code it to allow admins at least to create additional pages

Not sure what you are saying here. You can always create additional pages from Admin -> Text pages -> Pages by clicking "New page", the green button in the top right. If that's what you're asking...
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