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  1. 3 points
    JavaScript to the rescue 😄 Have a look at this: Intl.DateTimeFormat https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Intl/DateTimeFormat and in particular this example in SO: https://stackoverflow.com/a/34602679 const tz = Intl.DateTimeFormat().resolvedOptions().timeZone As usual, won't work in all browsers, you know, the usual suspects... 😉
  2. 2 points
    If the hook works in ready.php but not in your module it will most likely not get called. Did you try this? public function ready() { bd('fired!'); // or die('fired'); if you are not using tracy } In your module? I guess it will NOT fire and I guess the reason is that your module does simply not get loaded in your request. An Inputfield does for example never get loaded when visiting any frontend page or for example when viewing the page tree in the backend. It does only get loaded in ProcessPageEdit! So the first step is to find out when your ready() method in your module gets fired and when not. ready.php loads on every request. Inputfields do also have the renderReady() method that get called even when the Inputfield is loaded via AJAX. Is your Inputfield collapsed somehow?
  3. 2 points
    I think it might be because you are extending InputfieldPageTable rather than Wire or WireData. Sorry, I have to run now, but maybe that will get you on the right track. Usually with a custom inputfield you just need a css file named to match the class of the module and it will be automatically loaded, eg InputfieldPageTableExtendedGrid.css
  4. 2 points
    Try this: $this->wire()->addHook('ProcessWire::ready', function($event) { $event->page->addHookAfter('render', function($event) { $value = $event->return; // Return Content $style = "<style type='text/css'>". $this->pages->get((int) wire('input')->get('id'))->style ."</style>"; // Add Style inside bottom head $event->return = str_replace("</head>", "\n\t$style</head>", $value); // Return All Changes }); }); inside your module's init() method.
  5. 2 points
    Hello @ all Today I want to share an inputfield/fieldtype to store 2 or 3 dimensions of an object. This fieldtype was inspired by the amazing fieldtype "Fieldtype Dimensions" from SOMA (https://modules.processwire.com/modules/fieldtype-dimension/). This fieldtype was introduced in 2013 - so its time for a relaunch. This new fieldtype offers more possibilities than the old one from SOMA. This inputfield/fieldtype let you enter max. 3 dimensions (width/height/depth) of an object (fe a product), but you can select if you want to display inputs for 2 or 3 dimensions. 2 dimension can be used fe for wallpapers or photos, 3 dimensions fe for furnitures or other objects. There are several configuration options for this fieldtype in the backend. set type (2 or 3 dimensional) set width attribute for the inputfield in px (default is 100px) set size unit as suffix after each inputfield (default is cm) set max number of digits that can be entered in each field (default is 10) set max number of decimals (default is 2) show/hide a hint to the user how much digits/decimals are allowed If the number of decimals or digits will be changed, the database schema for each dimension column will also change after saving the field in the backend. For example: If the schema for each dimension field in the DB is f.e. decimal(10,2) and you will set the number of digits in the configuration to 12 and the number of decimals to 1, then the schema in the DB will also change to decimal(12,1) after saving the inputfield. You can download this inputfield at https://github.com/juergenweb/FieldtypeObjectDimensions There you will find more detailed information and explanation too. If you find any bugs or you have an idea to improve it (also code improvements) please report it on Github. Have a nice day!
  6. 1 point
    This put me on the right track 🙂 I had a Pages::saved hook that set output formatting to true (when it shouldn't). Thank you!
  7. 1 point
    Yeah, you are right. Now I see what you want to do 😄 inject the CSS directly
  8. 1 point
    But this would create a <link> element right?
  9. 1 point
    I tried this with no success: public function ready() { $this->addHookAfter('ProcessPageEdit::buildForm', function($event) { $value = $event->return; // Return Content $style = "<style type='text/css'>". $this->pages->get((int) wire('input')->get('id'))->style ."</style>"; // Add Style inside bottom head $event->return = str_replace("</head>", "\n\t$style</head>", $value); // Return All Changes }); } I know how to add styles and scripts to my module and that is working fine. However to make it work with my dynamically generated styles from Javascript I have to use the method with the style tag.
  10. 1 point
    Have you tried it in the init method instead? If not, try it.
  11. 1 point
    Not sure I fully understand the scenario, however, technically, there is no 'adding children to a page'. Conversely, you give a child a parent 😄. This means, there is no difference between creating a parent page and its children except for specifying the parent. // create parent $p = new Page(); $p->template = 'basic-page'; $p->parent = $pages->get(1234); $p->title = 'Parent Page'; $p->save(); // create child $c = new Page(); $c->template = 'child-template'; $c->parent = $p;// new parent above $c->title = 'Child Page'; $c->save(); It seems to me though that your question is mainly related to getting info to create the child page after some event has occurred? if that's the case, please provide more information about the form submission and handling process.
  12. 1 point
    Hi @Andoro I don't believe Padloper 1 has a site profile unfortunately. Someone will correct me if I am wrong. Best bet is to follow the installation instructions here https://padloper.pw/documentation/installing-padloper/
  13. 1 point
    In your template, you should be able to do echo $page->your_file_field->name; This is a good cheatsheet regarding the file field as well: https://cheatsheet.processwire.com/files/file-properties/ I apologize, I kinda missed that you were not going through a file field but were uploading to a directory. This might be a bit better approach for you then:
  14. 1 point
    OK, I figured it out. I transformed the values of the inputfields inside the sleepValue function to a json array and now the values will be stored in the database. public function sleepValue(Page $page, Field $field, $value) { // throw error if value is not of the right type if (!$value instanceof OpeningHours) { throw new \Exception($this->_('Expecting an instance of OpeningHours')); } $content = json_encode($value->data['hours']); $sleepValue = ['hours' => $content]; return $sleepValue; } So the responsible lines are $content = json_encode($value->data['hours']); $sleepValue = ['hours' => $content]; The problem of the storage was that the column 'hours' was not defined in the sleepValue method. This was the important part because without it the system doesnt know where to store the value.
  15. 1 point
    Thx @psy It depends on how you have used it I guess. But you can definitely run both beside each other. That's why they have separate names so that I can use them together in my projects without the need of refactoring existing code. In the long run RockFinder3 should be the only module to stay. Meaning that if you build a new project you should definitely use RF3 only and if you find anything that does not work yet with RF3 just give me a ping and I'll implement it. Most of that should be easy and maybe just copy&pasting methods from RF2 to RF3 and doing some refactoring. So I guess the answer is: It is a completely different module 🙂
  16. 1 point
    @Erik - I shouldn't speak for Pete, but I don't think this is being maintained at the moment. The error is related to PHP 7. Not meaning to self promote, but http://modules.processwire.com/modules/protected-mode/ has a maintenance option which throw proper 503 maintenance headers if selected in the settings.
  17. 1 point
    Hi @Lance O., yes. This is how I did it; I used the LoginRegister module of Ryan on a Page with a "PageUserProfile" template: // Code on the template PageUserProfile $input->get->profile = 1; $loginRegister = $modules->get('LoginRegister'); $user->of(false); echo $loginRegister->execute(); Then I use my own module and inside the init() function, I add two hooks: <?php /** * © ICF Church – <web@icf.ch> */ namespace ProcessWire; class TemplateUser extends WireData implements Module { protected $template = 'user'; public function init() { // handle profile images $this->addHookBefore('Page(template=PageUserProfile)::render', $this, 'profileImageUpload', ['priority' => 6]); $this->addHookAfter('Page(template=PageUserProfile)::render', $this, 'profileImageRemove', ['priority' => 99]); } /** * getModuleInfo is a module required by all modules to tell ProcessWire about them. * * @return array */ public static function getModuleInfo() { return [ 'title' => 'Template User Controller', 'version' => '0.0.1', 'summary' => 'Helps with profile image', 'href' => '', 'singular' => true, 'autoload' => true, 'author' => 'Noël Bossart', 'icon' => 'unlock', ]; } /** * Hock to add profile image to user object. * * @param HookEvent $event */ public function profileImageUpload(HookEvent $event) { $user = wire('user'); $input = wire('input'); if ($input->post->profile_submit) { $upload_path = $user->filesManager->getTempPath(); // name of the inputfield from the LoginRegister Module: $f = new WireUpload('profile_image'); $f->setMaxFiles(1); //$f->setMaxFileSize(1 * 1024 * 1024); $f->setOverwrite(true); $f->setOverwriteFilename('userimage'); $f->setDestinationPath($upload_path); $f->setValidExtensions(['jpg', 'jpeg', 'png', 'gif']); // remove image… if (strpos(implode(array_keys($_POST)), 'delete_profile_image_') !== false) { $user->of(false); $user->image->removeAll(); $user->save(); } $files = $f->execute(); if ($f->getErrors()) { foreach ($files as $filename) { @unlink($upload_path.$filename); } foreach ($f->getErrors() as $e) { echo $e; } } elseif (is_array($files) && count($files)) { $user->of(false); $user->image->removeAll(); // wirearray (line added by @horst: explanation is three posts beneath) foreach ($files as $file) { $user->image->add($upload_path.$file); } $user->save(); foreach ($files as $file) { @unlink($upload_path.$file); } } } } /** * Hock to remove profile image from user * * @param HookEvent $event */ public function profileImageRemove(HookEvent $event) { // remove image… if (strpos(implode(array_keys($_POST)), 'delete_profile_image_') !== false) { $this->user->of(false); $this->user->image->removeAll(); } } }
  18. 1 point
    The problem is that page $f doesn't know the repeater item changed. Those repeater items are individual pages themselves. You can solve this by saving the repeater item ($g) rather than the owning page ($f): 1. Replace your $f->save(); with $g->save(); 2. Also replace your $f->of(false); with $g->of(false); 3. Lastly, I also suggest replacing your first line with this: $found = $pages->find("parent=/invitations/$user->name, guests.guest_name=" . $sanitizer->selectorValue($form['oldname'])); Adding that selectorValue() sanitizer in there will prevent problems from occurring if the guest_name happens to contain characters like commas or quotes.
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