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  1. Hello @ all ! Today I want to share another new inputfield with the community! It is called Fieldtype OpeningHours and it is designed to enter one or multiple times per day (especially for company opening times). I know that there is another great fieldtype in the repository (https://modules.processwire.com/modules/fieldtype-business-hours/), but I wanted to create my own with a different UI than the other one. Here is a screencast of what it looks like in action: OpeningHours.mp4 A lot of things going on behind the scenes and I dont want to write it all down here, because you can find the whole information on my Github account (there you can also download this inputfield) Download-link: https://github.com/juergenweb/FieldtypeOpeningHours If you may find any bugs, have any ideas to improve this fieldtype please report it in my Github repository. Greetings from Austria and have a nice day! CHANGELOG: 21.7.20 Add new option to show (true) or hide (false) days with no opening hours on various methods (please be aware that setting options has been changed - it is recommended to deinstall old version and install this inputfield again) . Take a look at the READ.ME for further instructions. 1.1 Add multilang support for timeformat and add 2 additional Schema.org markup methods
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  2. Looks interesting: https://pinegrow.com/tailwind-visual-editor
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  3. It's possible with a hook. In the "List of fields to display in the admin Page List" setting for the template, enter a string that identifies where the value from the first repeater will go, e.g. first_repeater_datetime. Don't put the normal { } delimiters around this string. Then add a hook like this in /site/ready.php: $wire->addHookAfter('ProcessPageListRender::getPageLabel', function(HookEvent $event) { $page = $event->arguments(0); $out = $event->return; if($page->template == 'your_template') { $datetime = ''; if($page->datetimes->count) { $first_item = $page->datetimes->first(); $datetime = $first_item->date . ' ' . $first_item->time; } $event->return = str_replace('first_repeater_datetime', $datetime, $out); } });
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  4. Hi @SIERRA Using pure PW, you can go to Pages ->Find (in the dropdown), select your repeater template then add any other filters, eg Title - Contains Text...
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  5. it is worth trying other options before disabling this feature completely * 0 or false: Fingerprint off * 1 or true: Fingerprint on with default/recommended setting (currently 10). * 2: Fingerprint only the remote IP * 4: Fingerprint only the forwarded/client IP (can be spoofed) * 8: Fingerprint only the useragent * 10: Fingerprint the remote IP and useragent (default) * 12: Fingerprint the forwarded/client IP and useragent * 14: Fingerprint the remote IP, forwarded/client IP and useragent (all).
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  6. Maybe @tpr has some experience he could share. He is the author of the ProcessNetteTester module which is relevant to this topic.
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  7. Relative to ProcessWire 3.0.161, version 3.0.162 contains 24 commits that continue upgrades/improvements to selector operators, fix various minor issues, add new API convenience methods, improve documentation, optimize and refactor various portions of code and DB queries, and much more. For full details, see the dev branch commit log as well as last week’s post. Next week I hope to finally finish up a new version of ProCache and continue with some additional core to-do items. By early August my hope is that we’ll have the next master branch version ready. Also added this week is a new dedicated documentation page on this site that covers all of ProcessWire’s selector operators, including all the newly added ones here: selector operators. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!
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  8. It depends on your usecase, but a very simple solution could be to prevent login of superusers for the live system: // site/ready.php $wire->addHookAfter('Session::allowLogin', function(HookEvent $event) { $liveHost = "my.live.site"; if($this->config->httpHost != $liveHost) return; if($event->arguments(1)->isSuperuser()) $event->return = false; });
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  9. Michael van Laar was kind enough to make a vectorized version of the ProcessWire logo with several variations, and he sent them to me. This is the first time the PW logo has existed in a vectorized format. Now I'm thinking I need to have some coffee mugs, hats, t-shirts, or airplane banners made. Attached is a ZIP file of the logos he put together, in case anyone wants them to make their own "powered by ProcessWire" banner or anything like that. This will probably become part of a more formal media kit at some point. ProcessWire-logo-michael.zip
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  10. Greetings Everyone, ************************************************* ************************************************* EDIT NOTE: This post started as a work-in-progress discussion as I was working out the elements of a successful form. After contributions from participants in this discussion, the code below has been tested and works well. You can use the code as shown below in your ProcessWire templates! Feel free to follow up with additional quesations/comments! ************************************************* ************************************************* I have successfully built front-end forms with ProcessWire to add pages via the API. It works great -- until I had to include image uploads along with the "regular" form fields. Then it temporarily got a bit complicated. In this discussion, I show how to handle front-end submissions in ProcessWire with the goal of allowing us to create pages from custom forms. I then go a step further and show how to use the same form to upload files (images and other files). I'm hoping this discussion can illustrate the whole process. I know a lot of people are interested in using ProcessWire to do front-end submissions, and my goal for this discussion is to benefit others as well as myself! First, here's my original contact form (no file uploads): <form action="/customer-service/contact/contact-success/" method="post"> <p><label for="contactname">Name:</label></p> <p><input type="text" name="contactname"></p> <p><label for="email">E-Mail:</label></p> <p><input type="email" name="email"></p> <p><label for="comments">Comments:</label></p> <p><textarea name="comments" cols="25" rows="6"></textarea></p> <button type="submit">Submit</button></form> And here's the "contact-success" page that picks up the form entry to create ProcessWire pages: <?php // First, confirm that a submission has been made if ($input->post->contactname) { // Save in the ProcessWire page tree; map submission to the template fields $np = new Page(); // create new page object $np->template = $templates->get("contact_submission"); $np->parent = $pages->get("/customer-service/contact-us/contact-submission-listing/"); // Send all form submissions through ProcessWire sanitization $title = $sanitizer->text($input->post->contactname); $name = $sanitizer->text($input->post->contactname); $contactname = $sanitizer->text($input->post->contactname); $email = $sanitizer->email($input->post->email); $comments = $sanitizer->textarea($input->post->comments); // Match up the sanitized inputs we just got with the template fields $np->of(false); $np->title = $contactname; $np->name = $contactname; $np->contactname = $contactname; $np->email = $email; $np->comments = $comments; // Save/create the page $np->save(); } ?> This works great! After submitting the form, we go to the "Success" page, and new submissions show up in the ProcessWire page tree right away. Excellent! Now I need to add a photo field. I altered the above form so it looks like this: <form action="/customer-service/contact/contact-success/" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <p><label for="contactname">Name:</label></p> <p><input type="text" name="contactname"></p> <p><label for="email">E-Mail:</label></p> <p><input type="email" name="email"></p> <p><label for="comments">Comments:</label></p> <p><textarea name="comments" cols="25" rows="6"></textarea></p> <p>Click the "Select Files" button below to upload your photo.</p> <input type="file" name="contact_photo" /> <button type="submit">Submit</button> </form> And here's the updated "contact-success" page: <?php // First, confirm that a submission has been made if($input->post->contactname) { // Set a temporary upload location where the submitted files are stored during form processing $upload_path = $config->paths->assets . "files/contact_files/"; // New wire upload $contact_photo = new WireUpload('contact_photo'); // References the name of the field in the HTML form that uploads the photo $contact_photo->setMaxFiles(5); $contact_photo->setOverwrite(false); $contact_photo->setDestinationPath($upload_path); $contact_photo->setValidExtensions(array('jpg', 'jpeg', 'png', 'gif')); // execute upload and check for errors $files = $contact_photo->execute(); // Run a count($files) test to make sure there are actually files; if so, proceed; if not, generate getErrors() if(!count($files)) { $contact_photo->error("Sorry, but you need to add a photo!"); return false; } // Do an initial save in the ProcessWire page tree; set the necessary information (template, parent, title, and name) $np = new Page(); // create new page object $np->template = $templates->get("contact_submission"); // set the template that applies to pages created from form submissions $np->parent = $pages->get("/customer-service/contact-us/contact-submission-listing/"); // set the parent for the page being created here // Send all the form's $_POST submissions through ProcessWire's sanitization and/or map to a variable with the same name as the template fields we'll be populating $np->title = $sanitizer->text($input->post->contactname); $np->name = $np->title; $np->contactname = $sanitizer->text($input->post->contactname); $np->email = $sanitizer->email($input->post->email); $np->comments = $sanitizer->textarea($input->post->comments); $np->save(); // Run photo upload foreach($files as $filename) { $pathname = $upload_path . $filename; $np->contact_photo->add($pathname); $np->message("Added file: $filename"); unlink($pathname); } // Save page again $np->save(); ?> <p>Thank you for your contact information.</p> <?php return true; } else { ?> <p> Sorry, your photo upload was not successful...</P> <?php } ?> Replace the field references with your own field names, make sure to change the various paths to match yours, and change the various messages to be what you need for your project. Read the entire discussion to see how we worked through getting to the solution shown above. Thanks, Matthew
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