Michael, thanks for your fast reply. very useful link.
i had already found that info.. but no idea how to make use of it :unsure:
.. as the data which has to be displayed is stored within a mysql db.. i´d need a way to somehow access this db´s data and then display it.
IP.C could come handy because we can make use of user roles. But then again have no idea where to start from there.
(cause want to display personal data -for this ember only- and general data -accessible for a whole members group.)
i don´t think there is a way to have every user from a specific members group to have personal data imported?
Also as a IPB hosted community client i can not add a mysql, as there´s only one db allowed.
Great idea, just searching on similar solutions.. ie: how to integrate charts of personal user data in IP.C
(means: a external script has generated some data -can be mysql or csv- from this user.. then giving the user the ability to have that data displayed in IP.C .as a chart)
Right now i would vote for google chart api.. as it seems that many coders are getting used to it.. so that maybe the most popular chart tool out there. Would be great to have a plug-in for that in IPB!
my research also came up with: ht tp://pchart.sourceforge.net/index.php ..which seems to be pretty good too.
where to put the template folders "images, css js"? (now i put them into the public folder and modified the template paths accordingly.. but not work)
What the paths into the html template should look like? (tried with absolute paths according cpanel with/ without domain name in front of it.. but also not work)
They are actually not stored as files at all. You can find them in the database in a table called 'ep_pages' (if I remember correctly).
The FURL structure uses 'site.com/pages/my-page', so you could try putting everything inside a folder called 'pages'--that may or may not work, though.
just for info (if anyone having questions alike)
actually i found the structure being: 'site.compages/my-page' /index.php/ and placing a folder "pages" would not help. One need to specify all relative pathes to js, css, images manually. The css, images etc.. folder can be placed anywhere; i made a new one (e.g. "easypagefiles" in the "public" folder)
when a page is created (e.g. index3.html) where this file is actually stored by easy pages on the server?
Tried searching.. but did not found the file on whole server.. so does easy pages rename/crypt it?
The thing is that i intend to use a html template..
and by placing that js, images, css files/folder into that directory would save me from editing..
cause the premade pathes from the template could stay intact if folders placed in same directory than easy pages sites are stored.