PHPLucidFrame helps you to include files more easier. You can use
_i() for PHP files,
_css() for CSS files. The
_i() is returning the system file path and it has to be used with the PHP built-in functions include and require. The
_css() will look for the files in the directory
/assets/js/ and include them automatically.
All of three functions will operate based on the configuration variable
/inc/config.php. They will look for the files from the most specific directory to the least. For example, if you use
include(_i('inc/tpl/head.php')), it will look for the files as follow and it will stop where the file is found.
Another example is that if you have a directory
/app/admin/ configured in
$lc_sites as follow:
# $lc_sites: consider sub-directories as additional site roots and namespaces /** * ### Syntax * array( * 'virtual_folder_name (namespace)' => 'physical_folder_name_directly_under_app_directory' * ) * For example, if you have the configuration `array('admin' => 'admin')` here, you let LucidFrame know to include the files * from those directories below without specifying the directory name explicitly in every include: * /app/admin/assets/css * /app/admin/assets/js * /app/admin/inc * /app/admin/helpers * you could also set 'lc-admin' => 'admin', then you can access http://localhost/phplucidframe/lc-admin * Leave this an empty array if you don't want this feature * @see https://github.com/phplucidframe/phplucidframe/wiki/Configuration-for-The-Sample-Administration -Module */ $lc_sites = array( 'admin' => 'admin', );
then, PHPLucidFrame will look for the file:
_css(), you don’t need to include the directory path as it looks for the files in the
/assets/css/ folders and prints out
<link /> respectively if they found the files. There are two system provided directories -
/assets/css/ under the root. Let’s say you also have those two directories in other sub-directories as below:
/path_to_webserver_document_root /app |-- /admin | |-- /assets | | |-- /css | | |-- /js |-- /assets | |-- /css | |-- /js /assets |-- /css |-- /js
When you use
_js('site.js') and if you are at admin, it will look for the file as the following priority and it will stop where the file is found.
It is same processing for the usage of