Asked  7 Months ago    Answers:  5   Viewed   35 times

Hi I have a menu on my site on each page, I want to put it in it's own menu.php file but i'm not sure how to set the class="active" for whatever page i'm on. Here is my code: please help me


<li class=" has-sub">
    <a class="" href="javascript:;"><i class=" icon-time"></i> Zeiten<span class="arrow"></span></a>
    <ul class="sub">
       <li><a class="" href="offnungszeiten.php">Öffnungszeiten</a></li>
       <li><a class="" href="sauna.php">Sauna</a></li>
       <li><a class="" href="frauensauna.php">Frauensauna</a></li>
       <li class=""><a class="" href="custom.php">Beauty Lounge</a></li>
       <li><a class="" href="feiertage.php">Feiertage</a></li>



It would be easier if you would build an array of pages in your script and passed it to the view file along with the currently active page:

//index.php or controller

$pages = array();
$pages["offnungszeiten.php"] = "Öffnungszeiten";
$pages["sauna.php"] = "Sauna";
$pages["frauensauna.php"] = "Frauensauna";
$pages["custom.php"] = "Beauty Lounge";
$pages["feiertage.php"] = "Feiertage";

$activePage = "offnungszeiten.php";

<?php foreach($pages as $url=>$title):?>
       <a <?php if($url === $activePage):?>class="active"<?php endif;?> href="<?php echo $url;?>">
         <?php echo $title;?>

<?php endforeach;?>

With a templating engine like Smarty your menu.php would look even nicer:

{foreach $pages as $url=>$title}
       <a {if $url === $activePage}class="active"{/if} href="{$url}">
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

You have an mistake in your code, here's the correct code:

// First of all send css header
header("Content-type: text/css");

// Array of css files
$css = array(

// Prevent a notice
$css_content = '';

// Loop the css Array
foreach ($css as $css_file) {
    // Load the content of the css file 
    $css_content .= file_get_contents($css_file);

// print the css content
echo $css_content;

And I hope the files are in the same folder. Perhaps you should use __DIR__ or dirname(__FILE__) to get the relative path to your files.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

This one should work. Using this function you can set any array element in any depth by passing a single string containing the keys separated by .

function setArray(&$array, $keys, $value) {
  $keys = explode(".", $keys);
  $current = &$array;
  foreach($keys as $key) {
    $current = &$current[$key];
  $current = $value;

You can use this as follows:

$array = Array();
setArray($array, "key", Array('value' => 2));
setArray($array, "key.test.value", 3);


Array (
    [key] => Array
            [value] => 2
            [test] => Array
                    [value] => 3


Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

The most likely cause is that you are using PHP's default Content-Type output of text/html so Firefox thinks:

This is a stylesheet written in HTML, a stylesheet language I don't understand and will therefore ignore.

The other browsers are, presumably, compensating for the error.


header('Content-type: text/css');
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

There is an example that shows how to initiate the page with width and height.

// Define a page size/format by array - page will be 190mm wide x 236mm height
$mpdf=new mPDF('utf-8', array(190,236));
Saturday, May 29, 2021
answered 5 Months ago
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