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  1. The thing with processwire, if you are a none coder and coming from systems like modx, wordpress, drupal, etc. your familiar way of approaching things won't work anymore. You have to invest time to get rid of old habits. Nothing comes out of the box with processwire. But that is the great thing about it. No longer searching for "the" cms that has it all, but a way that let's you do it all - processwire. But one thing is true also, experienced coders have great advantage with processwire compared with none coders.
  2. https://processwire.com/talk/topic/1829-hosting-for-pw-sites/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/10421-hosting-recommendations/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/10538-good-shared-hosting/
  3. I suggest you have a dig in the forum since this question has already been answered from many angles in the forum. Forum jumpstart: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/4173-grouped-forum-posts-links-articles-tutorials-code-snippets/ The answer is yes. To start with Processwire you don't need to know full blown php just a few basic applied php rules like for each, echo, include( ), etc. All the slick templates you see out there for wordpress you can make your self with Processwire but without the need for a dozen plugins. Processwire is fully decoupled so you can use your own html and css frameworks like bootstrap, uikit, etc. or use your own css. My experience: I tried a dozen other cms systems before and if webdesign is your serious work then Processwire is the best to invest your time and energy in. But don't take my words for it, try it out for your self: The tutorials are always a good place to start, https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/but-what-if-i-dont-know-how-to-code/ https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/hello-worlds/ https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/
  4. FTP sync is way too slow, just too many handshakes for every file. I zip the local site folder, upload it and unzip it on the server. Then empty the online database and import the local database. Clean up the cache and sessions and done! So what can this duplicator do more than this ?
  5. True. I always have to install a new copy and e.g. try out a new module first to see what is happening. Usually for a webshop. True also but making changes only is not so much work. Besides the local database would always be different and syncing might overwrite something online.
  6. So you keep on editing your websites locally and then file sync with the website online ? Or just building a website locally ? I edit my sites online and keep daily incremental backups on my own harddisk. It got too much of a hassle for me to keep all my sites going in a local wamp.
  7. Check this also: https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/troubleshooting-guide/
  8. You should have this in your .htaccess file to get rid of the ? in your urls: RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} ^.*/index.php RewriteRule ^(.*)index.php$ /$1 [R=301,L]
  9. He didn't mean a second .htaccess file but that there should be one in the root.
  10. Since this is a one page site as you mentioned there cannot be too much content involved and so I wouldn't bother. Create a backup folder alongside your templates folder, download your template files, delete the pages in the tree and setup a new page in the tree with a template file in your backup folder. You can also make use of Processwires ability to export your templates and fields: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/11720-export-fieldstemplatesconfiguration-from-one-site-to-another/?do=findComment&comment=108958
  11. My last download was uikit 3.0.0-beta.22 I am happy to see that they made it to beta.30 Not sure what you are after but with this code you can see the logo adapts to small screen: <div class="uk-section"> <div class="uk-grid-match uk-grid-small uk-text-center" uk-grid> <div class="uk-width-1-2@s"> <img src="images/logo.png" alt="" width="1183" height="167" /> </div> <div class="uk-width-1-2@s"> <div class="uk-card uk-card-default uk-card-body">1-2@s</div> </div> </div> </div> Have a look at http://www.uikit3.freehostia.com/ and resize your browser window all the way to small and with this code the logo simply is responsive all the way: <div class="uk-section"> <div class="uk-grid-match uk-grid-small uk-text-center" uk-grid> <div class="uk-width-1-1@s"> <img src="images/logo.png" alt="" width="1183" height="167" /> </div> </div> </div>
  12. Yes !! I guess I managed to pick it up my self around 70% but got stuck with the partials, helpers and bags . Downloaded your zip ghost-master and had a look in your templates folder. Especially your _init and _main.php finally made it all clear now. Thanks
  13. I wasn't sure about replying because you are giving wordpress a lot of attention here. But reading your a) and b) I have my 5 cts worth it: That's what I thought also years ago until I learned otherwise. Bumping into a client who wants it done in wordpress: trying to convince a client doesn't work. I spent no longer than 5 minutes opening the door to processwire, then I leave my card and move on. There are unlimited small offices and businesses out there who still don't have a website. Not true. Have a look at the api of processwire. Any experienced coder will pick up the api of processwire in no time. Processwire is decoupled so nothing to learn on the front. Just pick any framework or code your own css. And that is exactly what I tell my clients: If I am not around anymore all you have to do is to find an experienced coder and your website will go on. Heck, I bet an experienced coder will pick up the api of processwire faster than wordpress.
  14. I use winscp so scp will work then. Thanks for the link and tip.
  15. Does runcloud allow uploading custom certificates in the free plan ?