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  1. For a long time I dived directly in templates and code to build a website. I changed that old workflow and use prototyping and wireframing a website first in Lunacy and Pencil. Only after that I port it to processwire code.
  2. In general: Apache servers are case sensitive. A request for /directory/file will be treated as a request for a different file than one for /Directory/File. Search engine’s are case sensitive. They’re going to view /directory/file and /Directory/File as the locations of two different documents In processwire: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/23223-allow-upper-case-in-url/ https://processwire.com/blog/posts/page-name-charset-utf8/
  3. It is no secret that Wordpress attracs a lot of no-coders and low-coders because of it's available template market. The no-coder buys a template on envato, themeforest, templatemonster, etc. and sells it as a website to the client. Most of the clients don't even know they bought an envato template website because they have no time and no website experience. By the time the client needs to have something changed, the wordpress template limitations won't allow for it and the no-coder is long gone selling a template somewhere else. Sooner a later the client is forced to call for a real coder for the needed level of support. Pagebuilders will attract even more no-coders and low coders. Having followed the Pagebuilder scene in Wordpress with Beaver, Bakery, Brizy, VisualComposer, Elementor, Genesis, Gutenberg, Themify, Divi, Oxygen, GeneratePress .... the list goes on and on. There is almost every month a new Wordpress Pagebuilder on the block. Why spend time in learning the Pagebuilder of the day if you could spend that same time in learning html, js, css and php and never need a Pagebuilder in the first place and give the Client a website that he really deserves: without Template limitations, unused theme functions and without all the Pagebuilder bloated code. Coming to my point: I hope that what is happening in the Wordpress Pagebuilder scene will never happen with future Processwire Pagebuilders.
  4. examples <a href="<?php echo $pages->get('/products/')->url; ?>">Products</a> <a href="<?php echo $pages->get('/about/')->url; ?>">About</a> <a href="<?php echo $pages->get('/contact/')->url; ?>">Contact</a> api https://processwire.com/api/ref/pages/get/ https://processwire.com/api/ref/functions/pages/ info https://processwire.com/talk/topic/4909-site-url/ module https://processwire.com/modules/process-menu-builder/
  5. My Updated Quote: - The CMS that looks like usual at start ... - Only to find out how unlimited it is after each use ...
  6. Yes .... 1) It is very hard to compare PW with other cms systems and 2) It takes a lot of PW use to begin to see the appliance potential of it ..... and 3) because most reviewers simply do not spend time with 1) and 2) their reviews are based on habitual thinking they have grown with other cms systems ....
  7. Yes I understand what you are saying there but setting images to be a single-file field is only a pre-option that you can choose to set before starting to use images. Why not just leave images as an array and use the api and/or php to do whatever you need from it to get whatever you want from it.
  8. images is an array .... so how would $page->images->url work ?
  9. Hi at Gebeer, really thanks for this write up. I followed lately the posts about RockMigrations and the other Modules of Bernhard. Didn't really know how to start or apply with them. Thanks to your writing it gives me a wider perspective and motivation to jump start.
  10. Why would that need to be "workaroundable" ? Pages in Processwire that are associated with Pages that show up on the Front as website Pages work with a Template that has a Template File. Pages in Processwire that are associated with the Backend as Functional Pages (data - sitewide media - configurations - etc.) can work with Templates without a Template File. That all makes sense as it should be so I don't understand your question.
  11. Although I only asked for some coding examples your reply about Processwire in general is very welcome. Ryan is a very clever coder and this forum is full of very clever coders with a lot of experience. If I was a very clever coder too then I would never post my comments from which I know some find them irritating. As as solution I am building my own personal database where I can store, evaluate, sort out and apply the weekly new added coding options. With it I already could apply new coding options to expand on the delayed output strategy that I am using all the time.
  12. Hi at artfulrobot, That sounds very interesting, Besides from Teppo, do you have some code examples ?
  13. @dotnetic thanks for posting about bun, didn't know about that one. Never did anything with javascript outside of the browser. Going trough the docs on https://bun.sh/
  14. You forgot to mention in what way it helps you with both ... any examples ? After so many weekly updates already with new xyz coding options added ... To be honest, I simply cannot keep track of them anymore ... But maybe you can ... After a while ... who is still going to remember all of them ? How many are really going to use them ? Being productive has my focus ... not getting fragmented in weekly new added xyz coding options
  15. While this might be all great ... the more I see these weekly upgrades ... the more I start to wonder: is processwire made to learn coding or to make websites ... Or maybe both ?
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