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Hi guys...

I am using #zf3 to develop a site. In that I could not supposed to change the style of a error/404.phtml file. My changes not reflecting in site. I should do any more configuration?

Hi Guys...

I am new to zend framework... I am migrating application form version 1.x to newer version 3.x. Seems there is a lot of changes in 1.x to 2.x. So, Migrating to 3.x is too difficult to me.. is there any sample project skeleton application with mvc in 3.x as github repo? Do you have any basic sample application link, please provide me... Will be helpful to me in this situation. Thanks in advance...


hello, please how can i use owncloud in local with Zend Framework 2

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Why I get this in the browser?
<h1><?php echo "Hola paisanooooooo"?></h1>
It is from a view of ZendFramework 2
Why the php code that does not run?

Tengo este error:

Alguien que me pueda ayudar:

Fatal error: Declaration of Zend\Stdlib\ArrayObject::offsetGet() must be compatible with that of ArrayAccess::offsetGet() in /var/www/html/zf2-tutorial/vendor/zendframework/zendframework/library/Zend/Stdlib/ArrayObject.php on line 22

Automatic Canonical Tag

Hi, I'm kind of new to Zend Framework, could there be an automatic way to create a canonical tag, the way it should work is the following:

if you are in this page http://website.com/product1, the tag should be the same as the current URL, <link rel="canonical" href="http://website.com/product1" />

But if there is something like http://website.com/product1?utm-source=website2&utm-medium=email, the tag should look just like the previous tag<link rel="canonical" href="http://website.com/product1" />

So could there be a way to remove anything that is after the "?" including the symbol?

Any help would be much appreciated.
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