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I am using the Php Builder for my php projects and it is excellent. However, the builder does not have any ability to create sites, simply a simple page creator that helps in creating fairly large sites. I have decided to try out the Site-com builder which is like an external tool and the biggest difference is that it does not have the limitations of the Php Builder.
I can create a project and import the files. When I do that, the files like registration, login etc. are created for me and not in the site-com builder. How do I create those pages in the Php builder?
I built a complicated application using MVC in PHP and Zend Framework. But when I looked at the generated markup code, I found something which I could not understand and hence the result was not that good. That was the use of the Partial Builder. I used the partial builder to create the markup code for the view file. That was very easy. The result was much better. So, I started to make use of the partial builder. I could change the way I used the view file for the controller file, and that was a very good way to do it. If you are not much of an expert in creating MVC applications, you should not think of using the partial builder. Otherwise, you would end up with a poor looking application.
I'm currently using a Community Builder Template for my Community Napili Template, given that there are UI customization limitations when using Community Builder Template, is it possible to use Site.com builder to develop new pages then append or expose that page within the Community Builder Template? or does community builder pages and Site.com pages work separately and cannot be combined when creating community pages?
It is possible, and I used it to make a Communities page that is exposed within my Community Builder Template. This involved using the Community Builder Template building page with a link to a page I wrote in Site.com.
Great question. We have not built a fully integrated example of how this could be done, but you're right that it's doable. What you would have to do, is build a page in Site.com, put the code on a CD, and then use the Community Builder Template to build the page. You would then use the Community Builder Template to import the page. You could then duplicate the page in the Community Builder Template, edit it as needed and then create a link to the CD page in the template. This is a simple example, and there are more than one way to skin a cat.
A video tutorial for how to use your Site.com account to start a website that features a variety of custom templates. For more information on customizing your site, read the following articles:
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