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I tried it and modified it for the add. I’m asking this cause I still don’t quite know how Cake actually work, as calephp to if I’m already familiar then I would certainly know where to implement the answer in my code.
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However, as pointed out: How can I change it to start from or any year for that matter? So read the docs. As this is basically the same question to this post, the detailed answer is found here: AnthonyNavasca the answer indicates that you need to use the code aperss your view. Just modify the corresponding. Diff cake version have diff.
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This question has been asked before and already has an answer. Thanks for the answer and the advice. This question already has an answer here: By the way this question was already asked before; in fact I copied the aprress title and just added the CakePHP version.
The name of the table is rosters and the field is Birthdate. The answer looks good by the way, but I’m not sure if it will work as I don’t know and hence haven’t implemented it 3. Anthony Navasca 6 2.
I’m fairly new to CakePHP and I’m actually studying it from the ground up so if cake;hp could give me a detailed suggestion on how to do it, like what controllers, models, or views to add or edit, I will really be grateful as it will help me understand how things work. However, the year range starts from only. If it will help: If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.
AlsoI like learning things by doing and tweaking them as I do so that’s why. The problem is it uses a diff.