Third party files

Third party files may in ProcessWire may specify their own license. This page contains more details.

3rd party files are PHP modules, templates, JS/CSS files, or any other files located in the /site/ directory of a ProcessWire installation. These are independent of the ProcessWire core (which is located in /wire/).

ProcessWire is a system specifically designed for executing 3rd party templates and modules in the /site/ directory structure. Original code in templates and modules executed by ProcessWire, and within the /site/ directory structure, are not required to use the same licenses as the ProcessWire core. Template and module developers creating original works may choose their own license.

3rd party modules typically specify what license they use within the module file or in a separate LICENSE.txt or LICENSE.md file.

Unless an alternate license for templates or modules specifies a warranty, there is no warranty regardless of license or fees.

Twitter updates

  • ProcessWire 3.0.153 (dev) focuses on comments field updates, significant refactoring/improvements to ProcessWire’s core Template class and PagesLoader class (which is used by the pages API variable), and we introduce a useful new pages API method— More
    20 March 2020
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    6 March 2020
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    21 February 2020

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #307
    In the 307th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to check out the latest dev branch updates, introduce some new third party modules, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 28 March 2020
  • ProcessWire 3.0.153 core updates
    This latest version of the core on the dev branch focuses on comments field updates, significant refactoring/improvements to ProcessWire’s core Template class and PagesLoader class (which is used by the $pages API variable), and we introduce a useful new $pages API method.
    Blog / 20 March 2020
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