Functions

exponent_unhtmlentities

overides function html entity decode

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Constants

DISPLAY_THEME

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THEME_ABSOLUTE

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THEME_RELATIVE

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THEME_STYLE

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BTN_SIZE

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BTN_COLOR

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SWATCH

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XHTML

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XHTML_CLOSING

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LANGUAGE

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LOCALE

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LANG_CHARSET

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DEFAULT_VIEW

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Classes, interfaces and traits

expCore

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expDateTime

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expGeo

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expJavascript

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expLang

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expMail

The expMail class

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expPermissions

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expSettings

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expString

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expTemplate

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expTheme

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expTimer

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expUtil

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expValidator

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expVersion

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mysqli_database

This is the class database

This is the generic implementation of the database class.
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mysqlid_database

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postgres_database

This is the class database

This is the generic implementation of the database class.
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Classes, interfaces and traits

expAjaxReply

This is the class expAjaxReply

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expBot

This is the class expBot

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expCSS

This is the class expCSS

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expDatabase

This is the expDatabase subsystem Handles all database abstraction in Exponent.

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expHistory

This is the class expHistory Exponent History Subsystem

The expHistory class is responsible for keeping track of which pages a user has visited while on the site. It also tracks what type of page/view each one is, viewable, manageable, editable and uses this information to intelligently route the user to proper places. A developer can also use the methods of this class help Exponent know where to route users. <b>DEFINITIONS</b> <ul> <li><b>viewable</b> - standard (public) page/view like that for showall, show, etc...</li> <li><b>manageable</b> - page/view with list of editable items for management like manage_tags, etc... Typically you wouldn't edit in this view</li> <li><b>editable</b> - a page/view used to edit an item or settings</li> </ul> <b>USAGE EXAMPLES:</b> <b>Example: How to set a history WayPoint</b> This example shows how you would use expHistory to set a waypoint inside one of your actions <code> public function showall() { expHistory::set('viewable', $this->params); $record = new foo($id); assign_to_template(array('record'=>$record)); } </code> <b>Example: Return to a waypoint (automagically)</b> This example shows how to let expHistory::back() automagically determine where to route the user after an action completes <code> public function delete() { $record = new foo($id); $record->delete(); expHistory::back(); } </code> <b>Example: Return to a waypoint 'type' (manually)</b> This example shows how use expHistory::returnTo() to manually route the user after an action completes. In this example the user will be routed to the last form he/she was on. <code> public function delete() { $record = new foo($id); $record->delete(); expHistory::returnTo('editable'); } </code>
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expHtmlToPDF

This is the class expHtmlToPDF

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expLDAP

This is the class expLDAP

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expModules

This is the class expModules

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expPaginator

This is the class expPaginator Exponent Pagination Subsystem

The expPaginator class is used to retrieve objects from the database and paginate them and optionally group the by category. It automagically handles the calls to other pages and has built-in sorting using the defined column headers. Usage Example: <code> $page = new expPaginator(array( 'model'=>'faq', 'where'=>1, 'limit'=>25, 'order'=>'rank', 'controller'=>$this->baseclassname, 'action'=>$this->params['action'], 'columns'=>array('In FAQ'=>'include_in_faq', 'Submitted'=>'created_at', 'Submitted By'=>'submitter_name'), )); </code>
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expQueue

This is the class expQueue

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expRouter

This is the class expRouter

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expSession

This is the class expSession

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expSorter

This is the class expSorter

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Classes, interfaces and traits

database

This is the class database

This is the generic implementation of the database class.
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