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  1. Interesting. I always would like to stay with pocketgrid since it is so small and easy and practical. But some things I could never accomplish with pocketgrid in a "normal" way. Like giving a processwire block a background picture. In the end I found a way by using padding-bottom (image height/width x 100)% See this post: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/12830-reaching-the-limit-of-pocket-grid-css/ But still this solution gave me always problems with views on different screens like on desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone So I changed to bootstrap but still thinking about pocketgrid
  2. Hi, I am searching for a file sharing service to host movies and music instead of hosting those files on my web hoster. Then I want to use links to those files in my web code. I tried a few e.g. idrive but the links dont let you access the files directly. Instead the link opens a wrapper that shows a window with downloading options and referring to the file sharing service. Do you guys know a file sharing service that let you use direct links to the files usable in your code ?
  3. Are you guys using uikit both for web interfaces and web site front ends ? So for web site front ends the next question would be: is uikit better than bootstrap ? Digged with Google but would like to hear from you guys from the field directly.
  4. It also depends on what local server your are using to find the wrong config you have now. Are you on windows/mac/linux ? Have you installed Adrians debugger ? Really speeds up finding problems. http://modules.processwire.com/modules/tracy-debugger/
  5. I think it is. It’s not just what your words say anymore, but where they appear.
  6. https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/troubleshooting-guide/page3
  7. You have to empty the cache and sessions in your backup before you can run it locally
  8. Thanks for coming back on this Francis. Code like this is really necessary. Backing up websites and databases takes time. Yes I know this can be done with services provided from your hoster and this works all fine. But I dont want to put my bets on just the hoster. I dont know about you guys but considering the countless hours of work I want second backups on my portable hdd. At night I want my computer to make those second backups with code or scripts.
  9. Welcome back NooseLadder. Is it already a year ago ? Time really flies man. I remember your posts very well. Here you go: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/BlogProfile http://modules.processwire.com/modules/process-blog/ Remembering your posts I think you have enough code experience for using pw.
  10. Its an existential thing. The world is more than the sum of its parts, like processwire is more than the sum of its code.
  11. If he owns the domain the hoster eventually will give new access to the database but this can be a frustrating id process depending on the hoster. Especially if the domain is not registered with the hoster but somewhere else. Speaking out of experience. I just find it strange that a designer who has the admin credentials leaves and then cannot be contacted again.
  12. You have access to change text but not a logo ? So how do you access to change text ? As a user with lesser access rights ? The designer who has the admin login credentials has left and cannot be contacted again ? ? ? If that is true find a skilled white hat hacker to get into the database and let you reset admin access.
  13. Has been discussed before in several threads. I my self grow my own library with processwire themes. It takes time to grow your own library with processwire themes but it is worth it as you can adapt/modify/change a processwire theme into anything a client wants. After you finished a website, clients are always going to call you back and want something changed, modified or added. With processwire, having everything open, no problem. My experience with Wordpress is you depend heavily on plugins or need to learn how to "hack" a wordpress theme into what the client wants. All wasted time as you will never get it right 100% this way and you learn nothing useful new in coding. Besides that, wordpress theme support will never help you with code questions and is limited to functional support. This processwire forum is the best support you can ever wish for if you have any question about processwire.
  14. Hi Francis, yes I am interested in your automated scripts, please post. Thanks in advance.
  15. This is really cool !! Have still to learn this.