ProcessWire documentation

Everything you need to know to develop websites or applications in ProcessWire.
  • API reference

    Looking for the right property, method or class to use? This comprehensive API reference covers all classes and API variables in ProcessWire 3.x.
  • Getting started

    Introductory topics on installation as well as some of the basics of ProcessWire’s structure, API and more.
  • Front-end

    Topics on using the ProcessWire API to render output on the front-end of your site with your template files.
  • Tutorials

    If you like to learn by doing or by example, these tutorials will help you get up to speed with ProcessWire quickly.
  • Selectors

    Selectors are simple strings of text that specify fields and values. These selectors are used throughout ProcessWire to find pages (and other types of data).
  • Modules & hooks

    A module is a type of plugin that runs in ProcessWire, and they come in many flavors. At its core, ProcessWire is a platform for executing modules, and much ProcessWire is built upon these modules.
  • Fields, types, input

    Additional documentation and details on using various different kinds of field types and input fields in ProcessWire.
  • Access control

    ProcessWire uses a role-based access control system (RBAC). Users are assigned to one or more roles, each role is assigned permissions, and roles are assigned to templates for access control of pages.
  • Security

    Security is our number one priority with ProcessWire. Make it your number one priority too. In this section we attempt to cover some of the more important aspects in maintaining a secure installation.
  • Multi-language

    Multi-language page names (URLs) and multi-language text fields make developing a multilingual site as easy as developing a single language site. 
  • More topics

    Additional topics on developing with ProcessWire that didn’t fit into one of the categories above.

Twitter updates

  • Weekly update for Jan 10, 2020—front-end file uploads in LoginRegisterPro with InputfieldFrontendFile module: More
    10 January 2020
  • If you haven't seen it yet, be sure to check out this great infographic by @teppokoivula in ProcessWire Weekly #294— How ProcessWire professionals work—the results of our recent weekly polls summarised: weekly.pw/issue/294/#how…
    3 January 2020
  • Today we have a new master version released, 3.0.148! There are 25 new versions worth of upgrades, fixes and optimizations in this new master version, relative to the previous. In this post we take a closer look at what’s new, how to upgrade, & more— More
    3 January 2020

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #297
    In the 297th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to check out the latest core updates (ProcessWire 3.0.149) and introduce a new third party module called StaticWire. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 18 January 2020
  • ProcessWire 3.0.148 new master
    Today we have a new master version released, version 3.0.148! The last master version was 3.0.123, so there are 25 new versions worth of upgrades, fixes and optimizations in this new master version, relative to the previous. In this post we’ll take a closer look at what’s new, how to upgrade, and more.
    Blog / 3 January 2020
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“Indeed, if ProcessWire can be considered as a CMS in its own right, it also offers all the advantages of a CMF (Content Management Framework). Unlike other solutions, the programmer is not forced to follow the proposed model and can integrate his/her ways of doing things.” —Guy Verville, Spiria Digital Inc.