If ever you want to remove a validation temporarily for certain fields you can use unset before saving the data unset($model->validates['fieldname']); I also learned also another function to know what field validation I violated especially when your updating your records because sometimes it does not show the validation errors I use debug to display it [...]
Found a post the shows how to install CakePHP in IIS7 Click Here
Found a blog that shows how to use memcache in CakePHP easily.Click Here
You spend a lot of time creating great content and attracting an audience for your blog. What if you could use that influence to make a positive social impact? Now you can.
We’ve teamed up with SocialVibe, and now by adding the SocialVibe widget to your blog, you are able to earn donations for the charity of your choice by getting sponsored by a brand that appeals to you.
Each time someone visits your blog and engages with your brand (by rating a video, for example), you’re making a difference. That impact is immediately visible on your badge, i..e., ‘My blog has provided 63 cups of clean water for people in need.’
Sorry for this being the latest wrap-up ever.
May was a fun month for us. We rolled out a ton of new features: the ability to add YouTube videos and polls to comments, stats in your time zone, the VideoPress upgrade (with HD!), post by email, new stats charts, comment search, improved comment reply by email, and VideoPress.com.
I was having a problem in going to the root of my website and I have solved it by using the code below $this->redirect(“/”);
We’ve got two Yahoo! related news items today.
The first is that we’ve launched a Yahoo! 360 importer (listed in your admin screens under Tools → Import) to make migration from 360 to WordPress.com super easy. Just upload the Yahoo! 360 export ZIP file, and we’ll do the rest. Yahoo! will be shutting down their 360 service soon, so if you have any friends over there feel free to give them a little help and encouragement to head over to WordPress.com
A clear and concise tutorial for understanding CakePHP Model Associations Click Here
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