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ServerGrove Blog:
Common problems designers have when working with Symfony
May 01, 2012 @ 12:17:28

On the ServerGrove blog there's a new post that helps to bridge a gap between Symfony PHP developers and the designers that might be working with the result of their hard work. The post shares solutions to four common problems the designer might have.

For designers, Symfony2 has been a welcome change from those old flat PHP files. Twig is beautiful, the framework separates the code from the layout, and we no longer have to find our way through lines of PHP code. But if you are a designer working on a symfony project for the first time, these are a few tips that can help you get up and running quickly.

The four common problems they've seen are:

  • How do I disable the toolbar at the bottom of the page?
  • Errors about missing libraries/files
  • No Javascript or no-css showing up
  • A completely blank page
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