Core modules are those already included with the ProcessWire core, but not necessarily installed. Most modules listed here can be installed by going to the modules screen and clicking "install" next to the module name.

  • MarkupHTMLPurifier 1.0.3 by Ryan Cramer
    HTML Purifier (Core): HTML sanitization and validation for ProcessWire. Serves as a front-end to the HTML Purifier software.
    2013/03/08 — Markup Generation, Core Modules
  • MarkupRSS 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    RSS Feed Generator: Given a PageArray of pages, this module will render an RSS feed from them. This is intended to be used directly from a template file.
    2012/07/31 — Markup Generation, SEO/Accessibility, Social, Feeds, Services, Core Modules
  • PagePathHistory 0.0.1 by Ryan Cramer
    Page Path History (Core): Keeps track of past URLs where pages have lived and automatically redirects (301 permament) to the new location whenever the past URL is accessed.
    2012/07/31 — Admin Helpers, SEO/Accessibility, Core Modules
  • LanguageSupport 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Language Support (Core): Provides multi-language support to ProcessWire including translation tools, gettext-like API functions, language pack support, multi-language text fields, and…
    2012/07/27 — Fieldtype Modules, Language Modules, Process Modules, Core Modules
  • ProcessForgotPassword 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Forgot Password (Core): Provides password reset/email capability for the Login process.
    2012/07/27 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Users and Access, Core Modules
  • ProcessPageClone 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Page Clone (Core): Provides ability to clone/copy/duplicate pages in the admin. Adds a "copy" option to all applicable pages in the PageList.
    2012/07/27 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Core Modules
  • FieldtypeComments 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Comments (Core): A field that stores user posted comments for any given page.
    2012/07/27 — Fieldtype Modules, Core Modules
  • FieldtypeRepeater 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Repeater (Core): Maintains a collection of fields that are repeated for any number of times.
    2012/07/27 — Fieldtype Modules, Inputfield Modules, Core Modules
  • InputfieldPageAutocomplete 1.0.1 by Ryan Cramer
    Page Autocomplete (Core): Multiple Page selection using auto completion and sorting capability. Intended for use as an input field for Page reference fields.
    2012/07/27 — Inputfield Modules, Core Modules
  • MarkupPagerNav 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Pagination Markup (Core): This core module renders navigation for pagination. Such navigation usually appears as a list of "1, 2, 3, next…" links at the bottom of search…
    2012/07/25 — Markup Generation, Core Modules
  • MarkupCache 1.0.1 by Ryan Cramer
    Markup Cache (Core): This core module enables you to cache any individual pieces of generated markup.
    2012/07/25 — Markup Generation, Core Modules
  • LazyCron 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Lazy Cron (Core): This core module provides hooks that are automatically executed at various intervals. This module is already included with the ProcessWire core, but not…
    2012/07/25 — Other Modules, Core Modules

The modules directory is powered by ProcessWire with the FormBuilder and LoginRegisterPro modules.

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    23 July 2021
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    2 July 2021
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    18 June 2021

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #376
    In the 376th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll cover the latest core updates, two new third party modules for ProcessWire, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 24 July 2021
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    ProcessWire 3.0.181 has fixes and improvements as usual, but the biggest addition is a nice pull request from LostKobrakai, plus major updates to our Helloworld and ProcessHello demonstration modules. This post covers it all.
    Blog / 2 July 2021
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