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Fix README typos

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commit de554ca0d5134f87614be2ebe0a04742a5c65e70 1 parent edf37c7
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@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ to this search result page.
<?php $this->endWidget(); ?>
-> **Note:** The form name must be `strtolower($this->modelName).'-form' if
+> **Note:** The form name must be `strtolower($this->modelName).'-form'` if
> you want to use AJAX validation with `CActiveForm`.
@@ -196,6 +196,13 @@ specific actions:
* `$updateScenario` : Set when updating a record. Default is `update`.
* `$filterScenario` : Set on the filter model when assigning search parameters. Default is `filter`.
+## Other options
+If you don't want to provide all actions, you can disable some of them through
+`$crudActions`. By default this is `array('edit', 'list', 'view', 'delete').
+The name of the URL parameter for the return URL is set through `$returnVar` and defaults
+to `returnUrl`.
# Advanced tricks
@@ -271,13 +278,13 @@ class UserController extends XCrudController
The URL parameters to a search result page look like this:
- `...&User[username]=test&User[email]`
+ ...&User[username]=test&User[email]
This does not look very nice. It would be much better to have easier to read
search parameters, just like Google or other search engines do it:
- `...&username=test&`
+ ...&username=test&
It's very easy to achieve this. You have to override the `assignFilterModelAttributes()`
method in your controller like this:
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