By default, TinyMCE in Joomla! 3.0 will not accept any html entity, like <strong>, <div> etc. This is happen because this editor strips html entity by default upon saving. You can solve this issue by changing its default configuration as bellow:
In this documentation I will show that how can you dynamically switch your joomla template by using URL parameter.
To achieve this, you need to use a specific URL like bellow:
In Joomla!, you can manage different views for different pages. To get this in action, you have to create separate template file in your active template folder, Suppose, you want a customized view for your sites Training page, then create a file nammed training.php inside your template root folder, format your HTML as you want in this file. Then call this template file by URL, like:
We can use ‘Zend Framework‘ library to generate barcode in our CodeIgniter project. To achieve this, we have to integrate relavent barcode library files from ZendFramework into our CodeIgniter (CI) project.
Assuming you already have CodeIgniter installed. If not please refer to the user guide for installation.