ProcessWire Tutorials

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

  • Hello Worlds

    In this tutorial you will learn how to create and work with templates, fields, pages, and how to output dynamic data via your templates. By Ryan Cramer.
  • Default site profile

    If you've installed ProcessWire's default site profile and want a guide on how the template files work, this is for you. This tutorial also serves as a good introduction to template files in general. By Ryan Cramer.
  • How to structure your template files

    How to use some of the more common strategies used by developers in structuring template files. Includes pros and cons as well as extensive examples. By Ryan Cramer.
  • Using custom page types in ProcessWire

    A look at some lesser known advanced techniques that enable you to introduce new conveniences by creating custom page types. An advanced tutorial by Benjamin Milde.

Twitter updates

  • ProcessWire 3.0.191 core updates: updates to the installer and the profile exporter module— More
    24 December 2021
  • This week ProcessWire went on a diet, trimming the core size from 15.5 MB down to 7.5 MB by moving optional site profiles into their own GitHub repos— More
    17 December 2021
  • Weekly updates, 10 December 2021: New pages->new() method— More
    10 December 2021

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #397
    In the 397th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll check out the latest core updates, introduce a couple of new modules, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 18 December 2021
  • ProcessWire 3.0.190 core updates
    ProcessWire 3.0.190 has 15 commits relative to 3.0.189 and contains a mixture of issue resolutions and feature additions. This post covers them all, in addition to updates for the PageAutosave and ProFields Table modules.
    Blog / 3 December 2021
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