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  1. 16 points
    ProcessWire added WebP image support this year and many have been adopting it enthusiastically in existing projects. In this post we’ll look at a process used for migrating an existing website to use WebP images. We’ll cover everything from preliminary considerations to implementation and testing, with lots of tips and tricks along the way— https://processwire.com/blog/posts/webp-images-on-an-existing-site/
  2. 8 points
    Definitely, I would recommend PW. In my case, the client didn't like the tree structure of pages, so I had to create separate Process modules for managing news, tags, banners, categories. I have found that it's much easier to control permissions and workflow via custom modules.
  3. 6 points
  4. 5 points
    Hey folks – a quick update: Wireframe 0.5.0 was released couple of days ago. Compared to 0.4.x this version mainly fixes bugs and improves performance – nothing particularly major, but if you're using Wireframe, it's a recommended update. On a loosely related note, Tracy Debugger has been really helpful in figuring things out, identifying bottlenecks, etc. Brilliant module 🙂
  5. 4 points
    Offtopic, but have you (@zeka) had a look at RockFinder and RockGrid? And the upcoming RockFinder2 and RockTabulator? 😉
  6. 4 points
    As stated in the module readme, FieldtypeYaml uses a namespaced version of Spyc. And the examples for Spyc show how to dump an array to YAML: https://github.com/mustangostang/spyc/blob/master/examples/yaml-dump.php So to reproduce that example using the namespaced Spyc bundled with FieldtypeYaml: // Init the module so Spyc gets loaded $modules->get('FieldtypeYaml'); // Some array data $array[] = 'Sequence item'; $array['The Key'] = 'Mapped value'; $array[] = array('A sequence','of a sequence'); $array[] = array('first' => 'A sequence','second' => 'of mapped values'); $array['Mapped'] = array('A sequence','which is mapped'); $array['A Note'] = 'What if your text is too long?'; $array['Another Note'] = 'If that is the case, the dumper will probably fold your text by using a block. Kinda like this.'; $array['The trick?'] = 'The trick is that we overrode the default indent, 2, to 4 and the default wordwrap, 40, to 60.'; $array['Old Dog'] = "And if you want\n to preserve line breaks, \ngo ahead!"; $array['key:withcolon'] = "Should support this to"; // Dump to YAML with some (optional) custom indent and wordwrap settings $yaml = \owzim\FieldtypeYaml\Vendor\Spyc::YAMLDump($array,4,60); // See the result in a Tracy dump bdb($yaml, 'yaml'); You can convert a WireArray to a plain array with getArray().
  7. 3 points
    Hello folks! Recently we published a new website for Brightline, a Project Management Institute (PMI) initiative together with leading global organizations dedicated to helping executives bridge the expensive and unproductive gap between strategy design and delivery. The previous website was made in Hugo as in the beginning it was a very simple website, but as the business needs changed, I decided to build this version in ProcessWire. Nothing fancy occurs behind the curtains, the need was more on getting some data in a way that makes it easier to create reports and to give access to PW's great admin to another team member. For the other website, that you can see here, I didn't implement a CMS on top of Hugo because for me it was quicker to edit the files and push to the repository. Some content is still being copied but 98% is done. A quick list of modules used: - ProCache, FormBuilder, ProFields, SeoMaestro, PageHits, TracyDebugger, MenuBuilder, AutoSmush, and other custom ones. I'm biased, but there a lot of good and useful content created by us and also by partners and all is free to download. :)
  8. 3 points
    I wrote an api-module a few years ago, where the module generated a custom template (e.g. "api-page"), which could be used to create one or more endpoint-pages. To handle calls to these pages I used ProcessPageView::pageNotFound like @bernhard did: $this->addHookBefore('ProcessPageView::pageNotFound', $this, 'handleApiRequest'); public function handleApiRequest(HookEvent $e) { $page = $e->arguments[0]; if ($page->template === 'api-page') { // handle request here... $otherEvent = $e->arguments(0); // grab event provided to PageRender::renderPage $e->replace = true; // prevent PageRender::renderPage from being called } } It worked nice for me, but I cannot say if caching or multi-language works better in this hook. pageNotFound should be called later than execute, so there is a chance that it helps 🤷‍♂️
  9. 3 points
    The newest version of RockGrid now supports RockFinder2 as data source 😎 $finder = new RockFinder2(); $finder->find('template=basic-page'); $finder->addColumns([ 'title', 'body' ]); $this->setData($finder); Data is available on the JS side via the RockFinder2 property in the GridItem object:
  10. 3 points
    For a front-end search form? One strategy I often use is concatenating the selector one input field at a time. Just make sure your add your validation. Something like this: $selector = ''; if($place = sanitizer()->selectorValue($input->post->place)) { $input->whitelist('place', $place); $selector .= ", place%=$place"; } if($input->post->doctor) { $input->whitelist('doctor', $input->post->doctor); if($input->post->doctor == '1') { $selector .= ", name=jim"; } elseif($input->post->doctor == '2') { $selector .= ", name=jon"; } elseif($input->post->doctor == '3') { $selector .= ", name=jake"; } } $limit = 12; $template = doctor; $parent = doctors; $selector .= ", sort=sort, limit=$limit"; $selector = "template=$template, parent=$parent" . $selector; $results = pages()->find->($selector);
  11. 3 points
    Using the brand new "multiple methods" hook feature in PW 3.0.137 you could save the average stars value to a decimal (or float) field every time a comment is approved/disapproved/updated/deleted. Then you can find or sort pages by the field more efficiently. The hook below assumes a comments field named "comments" and a decimal field named "decimal": $wire->addHookAfter('FieldtypeComments::commentApproved, FieldtypeComments::commentUnapproved, FieldtypeComments::commentDeleted, FieldtypeComments::updateComment', function(HookEvent $event) { /* @var Page $page */ $page = $event->arguments(0); /* @var Field $field */ $field = $event->arguments(1); if($field->name !== 'comments') return; if($page->template->hasField('decimal')) { // Save the average star rating for comments with approved or featured status $page->setAndSave('decimal', $page->comments->find("status=1|2")->stars(true)); } }); P.S. You'd do a one-off API operation to save the average stars value for all your existing comments to get things set up initially.
  12. 3 points
    Just added a small feature that fixes a big pain point for me. When editing a page, there is a new button in the AdminTools panel to change the "collapsed" status of all fields to fully open and editable. This is great for those fields that you don't want available regularly (especially for non-superusers), but occasionally need to view or edit. Fields will remain like this until you click this alternate button, or the site cookies are cleared. Hope you find it useful!
  13. 3 points
    No, it's still not an exaggeration (and probably never will be...). If one can get be paid for maintenance works, then WP is a "perfect" platform; a great time killer in this area.
  14. 2 points
    Hi @Soma, Could you please add this very useful module to the PW modules directory? Thanks!
  15. 2 points
    @Gadgetto My bad. I misled you a bit. I can't find it now, but @teppo made an excellent post about the executeWhatever() aspect of Process modules. In Process Modules, unlike URL segments in the frontend, ProcessWire will 'jealously guard' the first URL Segment, i.e. the Whatever part of execute....(). In other words, if your Process module has a first URL segment, it will look for a method in your Process module named executeYourFirstURLSegment(). If it doesn't find that, rather than render what is in execute(), it returns the error, Processwire: Unrecognized Path and the content The process returned no content. However, this only applies to the first URL Segment. After that, i.e. 2nd, 3rd, etc URL segments will resolve to whatever you decide based on the code you have in the method of the first URL Segment. For instance, in the case /admin/mymodule/firsturlsegment/whatever/, ProcessWire will not complain if there is no 'whatever' as long as firsturlsegment has content. Please find an example Process module below and the demo of it. The example is a bit rudimentary but you get the idea. Normally, I don't include the content of what I want the 2nd, etc URL segments to resolve to within the executeWhatever() method itself. I usually throw those in their own methods or even class. Example In this example, executeColours() is our gateway to anything we want the 2nd URL segment to resolve to. The 'red', 'green', etc segments do not exist independently (i.e. no corresponding executeXXX() methods for them). ProcessWire does not complain since the first segment /colours/ exists as executeColours(). Demo
  16. 2 points
  17. 2 points
    @iipa Pasting stuff from Word should be no problem ... I think most of our clients likely do this. So you definitely shouldn't get an internal server error from PW at least. Though you might try setting $config->debug=true; in your /site/config.php file (temporarily) and trying again, just in case — that will make it produce a verbose error message. But it's more likely that it is coming from mod_security or some other Apache or PHP module on the server that is monitoring input and halting the request when it comes across something it doesn't like. I don't blame it, as MS word can produce some pretty sketchy looking markup. But between CKEditor and htmlpurifier, PW should be able to clean it up just fine once the server lets it through. But if it's an Apache/PHP module doing this (which seems likely) then nothing you adjust in PW can fix it since the module examines the request before PW even boots, so you'd instead have to disable or configure the Apache module (mod_security, suhosin, or whatever it might be).
  18. 2 points
    Affinity used it in a clever way. I like(d) their software.
  19. 2 points
    From the docs https://code.google.com/archive/p/jquery-asmselect/ addItemTarget: Where to place new selected items that are added to the list. Allowed values: 'top' or 'bottom' Default: 'bottom'
  20. 2 points
    When I installed Processwire for the first time, I noticed that Admin sessions were not lasting for a long time and it was very common to be logged out. Reading this forum I found useful information, but I could not solve this issue. I tried to modify site/config.php adding $config->sessionExpireSeconds with different values, but without success (for your awareness sessionExpireSeconds default value is 86400 seconds, ie 1 day .. so quite enough!). OK, I had no time to go deeper, so I kept doing what I had to do ... being happily logged out … time to time. Few weeks later while studying Session.php in wire/core/ I got the hint (please read the commented text) which helped me to understand how to solve it: if(ini_get('session.save_handler') == 'files') { if(ini_get('session.gc_probability') == 0) { // Some debian distros replace PHP's gc without fully implementing it, // which results in broken garbage collection if the save_path is set. // As a result, we avoid setting the save_path when this is detected. } else { ini_set("session.save_path", rtrim($this->config->paths->sessions, '/')); } } Uh! Yes, my VPS uses Debian 9 ! So I quickly did a test: echo ini_get('session.gc_probability'); echo ini_get('session.gc_divisor'); echo ini_get('session.gc_maxlifetime'); The session.gc_maxlifetime was rightly set to 86400, but session.gc_probability was 0 ! As you can easily get from Session.php routine, if probability is 0 bye bye PHP's session garbage collection and of course PW will not set the save_path. But why probability is set to 0 ?? This is due to the fact Debian/Ubuntu Linux overrides standard PHP’s session garbage collection by setting session.gc_probability to 0. As a consequence PHP’s standard session garbage collection will never run. Instead Debian/Ubuntu sets a specific Cron job for garbage collection with a duration of 1440 seconds, ie 24 minutes. This determines the max session duration. If you try to change session.gc_maxlifetime through $config->sessionExpireSeconds=86400 or ini_set('session.gc_maxlifetime', 86400) it will have no effect and sessions will be deleted at intervals of 24 minutes (or within 54 minutes). The Cron job garbage collection duration is defined at php.ini level, and runtime changes to session.gc_maxlifetime will not affect the Cron job timeout. Uh! Of course the simplest solution would be to change session.gc_maxlifetime in php.ini. However sometimes this is not possible (shared hosting). Another point to consider is that this change may affect multiple applications running on your server. Instead of modifying php.ini, personally I preferred to enable PHP's session garbage collection locally for Processwire only. Majority of the code is already written in PW Session.php, we have just to take benefit of it. Let's go step by step. Let's open site/config.php and do the following modifications (I choose to implement 14400 seconds session time, ie 4 hours): /** * Reduce inactivity timeout (original 86400 = 1 day) * How many seconds of inactivity before session expires */ $config->sessionExpireSeconds = 14400; /** * Enable Session Garbage Collection * Garbage Collection is disabled in Debian as default (probability set to zero) * Enable session garbage collection with a 1% chance of running on each session_start(); * Chance calculated as gc_probability/gc_divisor * Session path is defined inside wire/core/Session.php and points to site/assets/sessions * Thanks to this modification session now takes into account gc_maxlifetime set in config */ ini_set('session.gc_probability', 1); ini_set('session.gc_divisor', 100); Do not forget to lock site/config.php after modifying it. Here it is! We are done! After we have set gc_maxlifetime (through sessionExpireSeconds), enabled the garbage collection (gc_probability=1), and set its intervention probability (gc_divisor=100 ie 1% chance), we can rely on Session.php where the a session path (session_save_path()) is defined, and session is started (session_start()). In the development session of our browser let's look for our session cookie: if you go to site/assets/sessions you will find your corresponding session: Please note that during development phase, likely having little traffic, the number of sessions may grow and they will not be deleted. This depends from the 1% chance of deletion. If you want to test garbage collection is properly working or just to make sure sessions files are regularly cleaned during development, you can decrease gc_divisor to a lower rate(10=>10% ... 2=>50%). Do not forget to reestablish gc_divisor = 100 when moving to production. I hope some can find that tutorial useful in the future ... and may save several log outs!
  21. 2 points
  22. 2 points
    Glad it works, thanks for the feedback! This fix will be integrated in the next release, so you'll be able to update safely. Cheers
  23. 2 points
    3 other options among many others: https://leoeditor.com https://leoeditor.com/installing.html https://kaleguy.github.io/leovue/#/t/2 https://jupyter.org (and the new JupyterLab) https://rednotebook.sourceforge.io I'll perhaps add other ones when I find them again in my bookmarks or elsewhere.
  24. 2 points
    I use mostly google keep for taking notes because it's really convenient, but I use Typora for writing on my mac. If all you want is to have your notes on a directory and have them searchable, Typora is actually perfect. I can also attest that nvALT is a great option, especially if you use it with simplenote to keep the notes synchronized through devices.
  25. 2 points
    If it‘s more for quick dumps of things on your mind and less the super structured kind give nvALT a try. It‘s super fast, keyboard driven and iirc has a great search.
  26. 2 points
    I don't use a Mac but I've heard great things about Quiver: https://happenapps.com/
  27. 2 points
    For simple markdown/plain text notes with tagging, I use https://simplenote.com/ made by http://automattic.com/. It also has a mobile app. For more complex notes with images and tagging, I use Evernote.
  28. 2 points
    I have enjoyed Notion over the last few weeks. However, I do use ClickUp for project management etc, and it has a built in note feature which I use more often (simply because you can convert a note to a task).
  29. 2 points
    I stumbled across Zettlr a few days ago. https://itsfoss.com/zettlr-markdown-editor/ https://www.zettlr.com/ Update: At the end I started playing around with Emacs orgmode. But I guess you will need a solution right away.
  30. 2 points
    Also quite helpful in such scenarios is PW's page-edit-created permission that prevents editors from editing each others articles.
  31. 2 points
    The validation/publishing is easily setup with users that can create and edit, but not publish permissions. About Jetpack, that I don't know, maybe just Google Analytics? I'd use AdminOnSteroids adjustments for CKEditor. I have a magazine project with some friends running around a 1,000 articles for a couple years, 30k visits a months or more, and the only maintenance I give is new features, in a Wordpress site you'd have to be updating everything like every couple weeks or less and praying nothing dies (maybe it's an exaggeration by this point? but has happened to me when I still used WP for a couple project. )
  32. 2 points
    Hello, It all depends on your experience, but naturally I would recommend ProcessWire 🙂 If you pick PW, ProDrafts is worth considering: https://processwire.com/store/pro-drafts/ Quote: "With ProDrafts installed, such users can now edit a draft of the published page, even if they can't publish the draft. This provides some very useful workflow potential for sites having multiple editors and access levels." There are some (one or two, perhaps?) basic free modules for basic analytics, and they can be used as the bases of further development, or you can integrate Matomo with PW, for example. Until you get more answers to this question, you might want to browse these sources: https://processwire.com/talk/forum/9-showcase/ https://processwire.com/talk/forum/16-case-studies/ https://processwire.com/sites/ Hope this helps.
  33. 1 point
    d0h... I'll be in Hamburg that day but please have a beer "auf meinen Deckel"! @marcus is there a https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ or beer button we can join in for the meetup?
  34. 1 point
    Anyone new to this module, please be aware of this unfixed issue: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ServiceCurrencyConversion/issues/1
  35. 1 point
    @teppo I just installed the module but noticed all links are anchor tags, which is a bit problematic since these links can be triggered involuntarily by scripts or browsers prefetches. When combined with frontend link preloaders (e.g. InstantClick) or browser prefetching (e.g. Google Chrome Page Prefetch), this results in newly-created orphan pages or mystery logouts. Is there a way the module can be updated to use buttons instead? This would also make it work better with libraries like Turbolinks or Barba.js which intercept link clicks to load them via AJAX and switch out the response body. I'd gladly create my own theme to do that, but figure this is also a security issue, so it might be best to tackle this at the root level 🌝
  36. 1 point
    Thanks @Robin S! That is a great solution. I'll close this out now.
  37. 1 point
    Thanks @Macrura - that got me on the right track - should be fixed in the latest version.
  38. 1 point
    Ok thanks for the clue, so i have checked the Field List and Values accordion, which I hadn't used before, and i see that the table is corrupted. There is a column outputting a RuntimeMarkup field which contains an admin data table. I have checked the HTML on that and it is all valid; But the existence of that table in the unformatted column of the RuntimeMarkup field's row is breaking the table and causing the next cell to contain the rest of the table inside it. Now looking at the code in the bottom of the source view, i can see that my admin table markup is outputting table tags which are presumably breaking the panel's table markup. I wonder if there is any way to encode that to prevent this... I tried enabling/disabling the $table->setEncodeEntities(true/false) but did not fix the issue. thanks!
  39. 1 point
    Here is what i see (Firefox, Windows 10): Yes, that is what i meant. I am looking forward to this feature.
  40. 1 point
    Just double checking, you added your host(s) to the following array: $config->httpHosts = array('123.456.78.9:8888', '123.456.78.9');
  41. 1 point
    Not related to search, but: Are these really three templates? i.e. do you really use them as PW-templates, or just as partials that you include() in the template? Perhaps this is useful: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.91-core-updates/ $pages->find("FieldtypeTextarea|FieldtypeText|FieldtypePageTitle%=coffee"); or this: Here's an example with PHP: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9373023/how-can-i-get-a-summary-string-around-a-search-query-within-a-longer-string Here's a little JS lib: https://markjs.io/
  42. 1 point
    It's working as expected for me. You're not including the quote marks around the value by any chance are you? If -10:+10 is actually the value you want you can leave the setting empty because that is the default.
  43. 1 point
    Had two calls last week from people who wanted to know if I can help re-animate their dead sites. They had issues with plugins during an update in their WP sites which locked them in a maintenance mode or something. Still weird but at least it was kind of easy to fix. So this seems to be a real issue in some circumstances. But back to the topic... As @szabesz and @elabx already mentioned... the workflow can quite easily be implemented. Maybe you just setup a small site and test the user and publishing workflow. In terms of upgrade issues and performance ProcessWire is way ahead and the better choice - in everything else as well.
  44. 1 point
    Yep) There is a link to process module that is broken "by default" if the process module is not installed. And I would guess most of the time users would expect an admin page to be in place after installation for such a module. Maybe reconsider and make it auto installed?
  45. 1 point
    You could also use either of these methods/modules: Module Menu Builder - create custom menus, including external links. You decide what will be in it. Module Jumplinks - just create the pages you want and create redirects within Jumplinks (/old/path -> https://wherever.test/). It's easier and it handles more than redirects - like 404s and counts every click on your redirects.
  46. 1 point
    Well, I use personally use UIkit 3 + TailwindCSS. Tailwind you are going to hear a whole lot more about in the upcoming months. I know you are talking about file size and this is exactly why UIkit + Tailwind is great! I don't really use UIkit's CSS at all. I just use the JavaScript because the amount of utilities they have manage to pack into 130kb (less than most images) is amazing. I'm talking Parallax, Sliders, Lazy Loading Images, Srcset utilities, placeholder generators, scrollspy, sticky. Most of which can be and usually is utilised in any project. I challenge you to get all of that under 130kb. Also it doesn't have any dependencies. Tailwind you can get down to about 3KB per website using Purge and Gulp/Webpack. It truly is amazing and Utility first CSS is such a refreshing way to work with CSS. I know all the arguments, and I'm a minimalist. I don't like all the classes too. But Tailwind's benifits out weigh the cost. 1. You don't have to struggle with inherited styles, or coming up with class names to define each section, some of which may look the same but be very different in content. 2. Consistency, it puts pressure on you to keep things consistent. So you hardly stray to loads of different type sizes and colours. 3. With Purge, you can have an entire website styles in ~3kb. I believe Ryan chose UIkit 3 because he has learnt the classes and is confident with the framework, and is impressed with the JavaScript utilities. And because you can build website much quicker using it. I see it as a hybrid between utility and a standard framework. It offers many utility classes. You could also Purge UIkit's CSS and get it around 160KB. I don't believe that this isn't a good fit for ProcessWire as you have previously mentioned. Many who use ProcessWire love UIkit. It follows the same philosophy: A powerful framework, that is easy to understand and learn to get things done quicker. Just like ProcessWire gives developers confidence in that they can do challenging bits of functionality easily with the power of ProcessWire's amazing API (like seriously, I built a real estate system using ProcessWire, something I wouldn't have dreamed of doing on any other platform). Well UIkit also gives that confidence to the front-end. But if I was to choose for myself, I much prefer pairing Tailwind for the CSS and UIkit for the JavaScript. That ~140KB (Tailwind + UIkit) covers me for most websites I build.
  47. 1 point
    I know this is an old thread, but since it looks unsolved I thought I would share what worked for me in case people are searching the forums. Here are the steps I took: renamed mystyles.js to customstyles.js located at site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js edited customstyles.js to change the text from mystyles to customstyles.... CKEDITOR.stylesSet.add( 'custom-styles', [ edit the field settings for the field to point to the new customstyles.js The problem for me was that I needed to change the prefix as well from mystyles:/site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js to customstyles:/site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js They have to match the file name. Hope that helps someone.
  48. 1 point
    Can you compare my settings to yours, because in my case it works well. I have my JS custom file located in the folder "ckeditor". Path to the JS-file entered in the input: mystyles:/site/templates/ckeditor/mystyles.js and in the mystyles.js I have fe UIKit styles like these: CKEDITOR.stylesSet.add( 'mystyles', [ { name: 'Inline Code', element: 'code' }, { name: 'Inline Quotation', element: 'q' }, { name: 'Bild links', element: 'img', attributes: { 'class': 'align_left' } }, { name: 'Bild rechts', element: 'img', attributes: { 'class': 'align_right' } }, { name: 'Bild zentriert', element: 'img', attributes: { 'class': 'align_center' } }, { name: 'Small', element: 'small' }, { name: 'Text durchstreichen', element: 'del' }, { name: 'Inserted Text', element: 'ins' }, { name: 'Cited Work', element: 'cite' }, { name: 'Highlight', element: 'mark' }, { name: 'Einfügen', element: 'ins' }, { name: 'Sample', element: 'samp' }, /* Uikit headlines */ { name: 'unterstrichen', element: 'h3', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-heading-divider' } }, { name: 'Linie in der Mitte', element: 'h', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-heading-line' } }, { name: 'Kugel am Anfang', element: 'h', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-heading-bullet' } }, /* Uikit paragraphs */ { name: 'Kleine Schrift', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-small' } }, { name: 'Große Schrift', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-large' } }, { name: 'Nur Kleinbuchstaben', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-lowercase' } }, { name: 'Nur Großbuchstaben', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-uppercase' } }, { name: 'Erster Buchstabe groß', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-capitalize' } }, { name: 'Farbe: gedämpft', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-muted' } }, { name: 'Farbe: Primär', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-primary' } }, { name: 'Farbe: Erfolg', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-success' } }, { name: 'Farbe: Warnung', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-warning' } }, { name: 'Farbe: Gefahr', element: 'p', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-text-danger' } }, /* ul classes */ { name: 'Liste mit Kugel', element: 'ul', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-list uk-list-bullet'}}, { name: 'Liste mit Linie', element: 'ul', attributes: { 'class': 'uk-list uk-list-divide'}} ] ); Here is a screen shot of the custom styles dropdown: So in my case I didnt find it difficult to add styles
  49. 1 point
    $pages->addHookAfter('saveReady', function($event) { $pages = $event->object; $page = $event->arguments(0); //check if on template if($page->template == 'item') { //is the checkbox checked to add children if ($page->add_children == 1) { //get the values in the page field type field foreach ($page->page_assignment as $child) { //if selected pages have childen if ($child->numChildren > 0) { //loop through those children foreach ($child->children as $grandchild) { //set values. $page->page_assignment->add($grandchild); } } } } } I figured it out. Two things to change if anyone is looking to do the same. 1. Use the right hook. saveReady instead of save. 2. Add the page object. $page->page_assignment->add($grandchild);
  50. 1 point
    Ryan, thank you for your input. This looks promising I've responded to specifics below: My thought was to put the data into the Processwire database but in its own table so that any updates to PW don't interfere with the custom data. Is this what you mean? I like the idea of "piece of cake" Can you explain this a bit more? I'm not quite familiar with bootstrapping PW yet Thanks again, I will play with this code and see what I get So far I've only built really simple sites with PW so I'm pretty excited about doing some more indepth stuff and getting my hands dirty with some PHP and the API Thanks for the welcome Glad you found the tuts useful. I'm already sold on PW I've built a few simple sites with it and understand the basics, but I'm looking to delve deeper now, play with the API and do some more complex stuff.
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