Post by DigitariaGlobal » Mon May 02, 2011 8:27 pm

Quick one please.

The fields in the modules in Admin which file/folder is that written in?

get that?

Where in MVC-L can I find the code?
If I wanted to add another option to bestsellers module which file would I put the front end code in?

I hope I am not confusing anyone I have tried to put the question in several forms in order to explain myself.

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Post by ckonig » Mon May 02, 2011 8:47 pm

backend:
admin/controller/module
admin/view/template/module
you dont need to make ur own model, but u can use the setting model
frontend:
catalog/controller/module
catalog/view/module

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Post by SXGuy » Mon May 02, 2011 8:52 pm

admin side:

admin/controller/module/yourmodule.php
admin/view/template/module/yourmodule.tpl
admin/model/module/yourmodule.php (if module needs an sql query)
admin/language/module/youmodule.php (for adding text)

view side

catalog/controller/module/yourmodule.php
catalog/view/theme/yourtheme/template/module/yourmodule.tpl
catalog/language/module/yourmodule.php

follow bestseller module as an example.

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Post by DigitariaGlobal » Mon May 02, 2011 9:45 pm

SXGuy wrote:admin side:

admin/controller/module/yourmodule.php
admin/view/template/module/yourmodule.tpl
admin/model/module/yourmodule.php (if module needs an sql query)
admin/language/module/youmodule.php (for adding text)

view side

catalog/controller/module/yourmodule.php
catalog/view/theme/yourtheme/template/module/yourmodule.tpl
catalog/language/module/yourmodule.php

follow bestseller module as an example.
admin/model/module/

this folder does not seem to exist in my version, 1.4.9.4

do I have to create one?


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Post by DigitariaGlobal » Mon May 02, 2011 9:46 pm

admin/model/module/

this folder does not seem to exist in my version, 1.4.9.4

do I have to create one?


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Post by ckonig » Mon May 02, 2011 9:48 pm

only if you need to access an sql table on your own. If storing your values in the settings table is sufficient, use the settings model

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