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  • LiveWhale System Status

    When logged into LiveWhale (as an admin) you can view the system status for LiveWhale as a whole and as it relates to a specific page. On any page of your site, simply append: ?lw_debug=1 Or for a more generic view: /livewh...

  • Manager Presentation Flow

    When a user loads a content manager, these handlers are called in the following order: onManager onManagerSubmit onManagerQuery Do note that onManagerSubmit is called with every load, even though it may have nothing to process (e.g. o...

  • Save Pages Flow

    This handler flow always begins with two handlers in the following order: onBeforeSave onBeforePagesSaveFilter At this point, the page save either succeeds or fails and the resulting handler calls diverge based on that succes...

  • Module Initialization Flow

    As a client (or core LiveWhale) module is initialized, the following handlers are called in this order: onLoad onTabs onLaunch Expertise Needed: Developer Software: LiveWhale CMS, LiveWhale One, LiveWhale Calendar Version Ap...

  • Group Switch Handler Flow

    When a user group switches, LiveWhale calls the following handler: onSession (data, application) Expertise Needed: Developer Software: LiveWhale CMS, LiveWhale One, LiveWhale Calendar Version Applicability: Current SFTP Access Re...

  • Login/Logout Handler Flows

    Login This handler flow always begins with: onBeforeLogin At this point, authentication either succeeds or fails and the resulting handler calls diverge based on that success of failure. If the authentication is successful, thr...

  • Application or Data

    There are two primary forms of modules: Application modules are the most frequently created as they alter/create new behaviors around existing datetypes. That is, they work without referencing any data from the database or alter behaviors aroun...

  • Module Scopes

    LiveWhale has two primary scopes, public and private. Modules that need to interact with the LiveWhale backend to change the editing of dynamic content, that is the private scope. Modules that interact with the front-end website must have a public sc...

  • Query Construction (1.4.4 and later)

    Prior to LiveWhale 1.4.4, most all database queries were written out as long strings and executed by $_LW->query('Some SQL;'); This method will be maintained for backwards compatibility and complex queries, but you may also now use LiveWhale’s que...

  • Change widget time formats with onWidgetFormat

    LiveWhale’s PHP-based time defaults giving your AP- or Chicago-style enforcer fits? You can update your time defaults site-wide with this small application module. Once in place, this module updates the times output for any events widget to appear i...

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