MarkupSitemap0.7.0 beta by Mike Rockett Sitemap: Renders a sitemap for your ProcessWire powered site. Supports multi-language, multi-site, and image sub-elements. Adapted from MarkupSitemapXML. 2020/11/15 — Markup Generation, SEO/Accessibility16
TextformatterTypographer0.4.0 beta by Mike Rockett Typographer: TextformatterTypographer is a ProcessWire wrapper for the awesome PHP Typography class, originally authored by KINGdesk LLC and enhanced by Peter Putzer. 2018/09/24 — Textformatter Modules4
SimpleForms0.6.0 alpha by Mike Rockett [Archived] A simple, developer-centric form processor for ProcessWire. 2018/01/12 — Markup Generation, Other Modules0
ProcessJumplinks1.5.61 by Mike Rockett Jumplinks: Manage permanent and temporary redirects. Uses named parameters, mapping collections, and page selectors. 2020/05/10 — Process Modules, SEO/Accessibility29
This week ProcessWire (3.0.175) gained the ability to maintain separate read-only and read-write database connections to optimize scalability, cost and performance. The post covers why this can be so valuable and how to configure it in ProcessWire—
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ProcessWire Weekly #361 In the 361st issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll take closer look at a new third party module called Copy Markdown, and check out the latest weekly update from Ryan. Read on!
Weekly.pw / 10 April 2021
ProcessWire 3.0.175 adds new database scalability options This week ProcessWire gained the ability to maintain separate read-only and read-write database connections to optimize scalability, cost and performance. The post covers why this can be so valuable and how to configure it in ProcessWire.
Blog / 2 April 2021
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