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  1. So... it seems my SQL is a bit rusty. I fired up ChatGPT, entered my question, along with the mySQL export of all relevant tables (incl. content), and hey: Got a working query back in no time, with nice explanations.
  2. Nice site, congrats! Tip for everyone outside the US: Try visiting with the Tor browser. I could access it without problems from Switzerland. re: forms I can highly recommend the Pro module FormBuilder from Ryan. Well worth the money.
  3. Same here. I've been tinkering with SSE on and off, and that one-liner made the crucial difference.
  4. That site was made with Shopify. Why not choosing the same platform? Why do you want to reinvent the wheel, and then also on a low budget? Makes no sense whatsoever.
  5. On a sidenote: htmx is getting more and more attention. Recent example: It was the spotlight teaser of the last JavaScript Weekly newsletter.
  6. Is https://path.to.API.endpoint another PW instance? Or completely unrelated to your PW site? I would first try the basics: Make a manual request with something like Postman and see if it works at all. Delete all your cookies from the API endpoint domain. The response from the developer is somewhat confusing, and doesn't make sense. If you can't even get a response from the API due to a server error 400, you also can't deliver a PDF.
  7. Well, you can change the CSS for small screens of course. Have you thought about choosing another time format, i.e. omit the timezone? Can't you output the timezone in a separate row? The only other idea I would try is to insert spans and only wrap numbers in a css class that has tabular-nums
  8. Well, I meant if you have ProDrafts installed, but it would be missing the batch publishing feature. I know that building a staging workflow from scratch is far from easy - otherwise we'd have a dozen modules out there already and this forum thread wouldn't even exist 🙂
  9. I have never used ProDrafts, but the docs mention a drafts manager: https://processwire.com/store/pro-drafts/#drafts-manager Sounds like it's exactly what you're asking for. And even if that feature wouldn't exist: It would be quite easy to use ListerPro and write a custom Batch Action I guess...
  10. Try white-space: nowrap; Or if it's a table: table-layout: fixed;
  11. Good work, @bernhard! Reading those links linked above made me smile... especially the pig-with-wings vs. panther analogy from Ryan 🙂 "but we don't want a pig, we want a panther" - someone pls make a meme anim. GIF, or a T-Shirt please 🙂
  12. Check if you have the same "advanced" settings in both sites: $config->advanced = true; Can you open page id 3 (that's Admin > Pages) directly? https://mysite.com/admin/page/edit/?id=3 What do you see in the settings tab? It should look like this, if you have advanced mode activated: Normally, you shouldn't have to play around with these settings on a default admin (system) page. Also... seems obvious to check first, but perhaps you have some hooks or your own custom module installed that interferes with normal behavior?
  13. We're looking for someone to take over a ProcessWire site. I will leave the agency I'm currently working for, and since I was the only PW-developer there, we can't guarantee a professional maintenance anymore. Some information: Site is multilingual, 4 languages Pro modules: FormBuilder, Lister and ProFields Current version is 3.0.210 and was launched 5 years ago. The site makes heavy use of FormBuilder. The data is saved to Google Sheet. That works smooth as silk, but sometimes the client needs a helping hand with config (basically, there is a master form which they always clone, and then change some basic stuff). This Google Sheet has to be moved to another account. There is nothing overly complex about this site. There are a few protected pages. I have written a big manual for the client, i.e. tips about the WYSIWYG editor, recommended image sizes, FormBuilder gotchas, how and where to edit categories (related pages) etc. To be honest, I don't expect a big number of new feature requests in the near-term future. We just want to make sure they know who to call, if there's any questions. However, they mentioned that they want a rehaul of the homepage (they switched hosting recently and bought a new domain). If you're interested, write me a PM.
  14. Sometimes it can help if you choose another syntax, i.e. pages()->find() or \ProcessWire\wire - depending on whether you're editing a template or module. Give it a try. There's also this:
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