CodeIgniter-Asset is a modular asset linking library with a helper for tidy views. It also aims to get people using absolute web paths for their asset loading instea of a URL which reduces the number of HTTP calls on each page, and means if they use SSL there wont be an issue with secure & non secure pages, etc.
$config['asset_use_dir'] = Defaults to true. Whether or not to use a dedicated assets/ directory
$config['asset_dir_name'] = Defaults to 'assets/' If asset_use_dir is true, the name of the dedicated assets directory.
$config['asset_dir'] = Defaults to application directory. Set to folder in which your asset folders will reside (or the folder that will contain the dedicated assets folder).
$config['asset_url'] = Will normally be your base_url, but could be in a differentl ocation. Full http URL to the asset directories parent.
Include a JS file from /assets/js/jquery/jquery.ajaxify.js
<?= js('jquery/jquery.ajaxify.js'); ?>
Get the full site URL for an image on your site
Get a CSS file from within a module:
<?= css('somefile.css', 'news');?>
Get only the relative web-path to a CSS file:
<?= css_path('style.css'); ?>
<?= multiple_assets('js', array('foo.js', 'bar.js')) ?>
Include multiple CSS files from within a module:
<?= multiple_assets('css', array( array('foo.css', 'module_bar'), array('bar.css', 'module_bar')) ); ?>
If you'd like to request changes, report bug fixes, or contact the developer of this library, email firstname.lastname@example.org