Member System based on the Yii2 framework
My members system based on the Yii2 advanced framework. Grunt, LESS/SASS, TS, Backup, reset yii, clear cache, shared login, and more...
- Grunt asset handling (and other helpful commands to backup, reset yii, etc)
- AdminLTE theme on
mainsiteis the default Yii2 template improved with Grunt asset handling
- 3 separate sections: admin (
backend), users (
mainsite(for your custom homepage)
- admins and users are completely separated (sessions, cookies, db table, etc)
- Shared login between
mainsiteand users (
- Database migrations (separate
admintables, user profile, basic user settings)
- Extended User Component to easily add to
- Extended Controller (
BaseController) ready if you need it
- and probably a few more things, so poke around the code :)
You can see it here:
username: user password: 123456
username: root (also, `super` and `admin`) password: 123456
Please Note: The demo is just an example. I have "members" as a symbolic link from
/mainsite/web/members pointing to
/frontend/web and a symbolic link from
/mainsite/web/admin pointing to
/backend/web. These symbolic links are not included and are created during my OpenShift action hooks. So unless you push to OpenShift, they won't work. You will need to create your own symbolic links, or you can point sub-domains to the web directories.
mainsite as the main homepage (ie: www.site.com). Then you could create a
users sub-domain and point it to
/frontend/web and an
admin sub-domain pointed to
/backend/web. See the VHOSTS example below under CONFIGURING.
composer create-project wadeshuler/yii2-members-system yii2-members-system
Once Composer has done it's thing, you need to run a few commands before you can play.
composer install npm install ./init grunt build
Then, create the database
yii2-members-system. If you already have a database with that name, choose another name. Assign a user to that database. Then update
common/config/main-local.php with your database information.
Now you can migrate:
Out of the box, the paths would be like so:
http://localhost/yii2-members-system/mainsite http://localhost/yii2-members-system/frontend http://localhost/yii2-members-system/backend
It is highly recommended to setup VHOSTS and point the domain (even if local) to
web directories. I prefer to map
backend/web. Obviously, you can use whatever domain name you want here.
If you are configuring this locally (XAMPP or WAMP), you will create fake domains. I
.dev domains for my local emulation. Some people do
.local, but I
strongly recommend you don't use
.com or any real domain extension.
To create this domain, edit your
hosts file and point your localhost IP to it.
sudo nano /etc/hosts
Enter your password. At the bottom of the
hosts file, add:
CTRL + o to save and
CTRL + x to exit.
Restart your web server.
C:\Windows\system32\etc\hosts with your preferred text editor.
If your on Windows 10 and have issues getting the hosts file to save, do this. Copy the hosts file and paste it on your desktop. Edit the one on your desktop and save it. Then copy it from your desktop to the
etc directory, confirm to replace.
Here is an example of my VHOSTS from my local XAMPP. You may need to adjust the DocumentRoot path:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName yii2-members-system.dev ServerAlias www.yii2-members-system.dev DocumentRoot "/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/yii2-members-system/mainsite/web" ErrorLog "logs/mainsite.yii2-members-system.dev-error_log" CustomLog "logs/mainsite.yii2-members-system.dev-access_log" common </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName yii2-members-system.dev ServerAlias users.yii2-members-system.dev DocumentRoot "/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/yii2-members-system/frontend/web" ErrorLog "logs/users.yii2-members-system.dev-error_log" CustomLog "logs/users.yii2-members-system.dev-access_log" common </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName yii2-members-system.dev ServerAlias admin.yii2-members-system.dev DocumentRoot "/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/yii2-members-system/backend/web" ErrorLog "logs/admin.yii2-members-system.dev-error_log" CustomLog "logs/admin.yii2-members-system.dev-access_log" common </VirtualHost>
Restart your web server and access your new domains in your browser.
All you have to do is follow the comments in
frontend/config/main.php and edit the
URL Manager Aliases in
In the config files (
xxx/config/main.php) you will see a few comments, like:
// uncomment for sub-domain use // comment out the following line for sub-domain use // uncomment the following line for sub-domain use
Follow those comments in the config files to know what needs to be on or off, for sub-domain use.
If you do not edit these files, you will get errors when you are using sub-domains!
If you have issues, please check the