Posts posted by incognito.ms
22 minutes ago, Vigilante said:
Simple question. When I have a pagearray object and use methods like import, prepend, append, push, does PW automatically avoid duplicates? Or is it possible for a pagearray to hold multiple references to the same page?
I'm mainly concerned about import because I'm importing a multi-page reference field and don't want duplicate references if a page already exists in the pagearray.
Based on early tests/uses, it doesn't appear to have duplicate references, but I want the official answer about it.
import() skips over any items already present in the WireArray: https://processwire.com/api/ref/wire-array/import/22 minutes ago, Vigilante said:
And while on the subject, is there a difference between append and push? Both are described as adding a page to the end of the array, so not sure.
Push is an alias for append: https://processwire.com/api/ref/wire-array/push/
Hi @Gideon So
basically you have to switch the user's language like this:
$user->language = $languages->get('en'); $page->setAndSave('title', 'My title'); $user->language = $languages->get('de'); $page->setAndSave('title', 'Mein Titel');
Alternatively, you can use the setLanguageValue() function:
$page->of(false); $page->title->setLanguageValue($languages->get('en'), 'My title'); $page->title->setLanguageValue($languages->get('de'), 'Mein Titel'); $page->save();
See docs here
I think it's a matter of personal taste... Alternative syntax would be something like this:
<?php $imgoptions = [ 'quality' => 100, 'upscaling' => false, ]; $products = $page->siblings("id!=$page"); ?> <?php foreach ($products as $prod): ?> <div class='uk-width-1-2@s'> <?php if (count($prod->images)): ?> <a href="<?= $prod->url; ?>"> [... and so on ...] </a> <?php endif;?> </div> <div class='uk-width-1-2@s'> <?= $prod->title; ?> </div> <?php endforeach;?>
Furthermore, I normally separate the controller logic (upper part between <?php ... ?> from the view part (lower part) in different two files. In this case, the controller part is very simple, though.
3 hours ago, Markus Thomas said:
Nice work, but one question, why not multi-language?
Why do you assume it isn't capable of different languages? The source code contains pretty much translatable strings like that: _('You have logged out') – the underscore indicates that it is translatable. What's missing now is the translation itself – feel free to chime in! Here is all you need
I love this module!
Maybe it's just me and my weird server, but installing it on ProcessWire 3.0.61 (fresh install) throws the following notices though:
Notice: Undefined index: showDebugBar in /var/www/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/TracyDebugger/TracyDebugger.module on line 544
Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /var/www/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/TracyDebugger/TracyDebugger.module on line 544
They vanish if the modules configuration is saved for the first time.
2 hours ago, adrian said:
Ah yes - try the latest version - those should also now be translatable.
Yes, that version works like a charm! All entries are translatable now. Fantastic
I submitted the profile of our agency (incognito.ms, 14 employees, 10 of them proudly working with PW) some weeks ago. I wonder if agencies are allowed/wanted to be part of the directory?
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