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  1. dragan

    I didn't install this module, but here's a little hint: Try to remove the @ character on this line: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/MarkupLoadRSS/blob/master/MarkupLoadRSS.module#L371 @ before a function in PHP suppresses error messages. When you do that change, you have to refresh modules. Or delete and re-install it.
  2. You should learn emacs! I'm afraid I don't have any tips for you, but here's two forum threads asking basically the same question:
  3. I would try upgrading to the latest dev version. Ryan mentioned something in his most recent weekly update: I don't know if this will also be the case for image-fields though; didn't have time to test it out myself...
  4. I would rather check if there's a hookable method, or if you can do something with an admin.js/.css instead.
  5. and what does it say? Most probably, you just have to adjust a path/URL. Or maybe you have to create a dummy PW template + page for check_code.php file as well.
  6. dragan

    If you're using Node for your frontend stuff, you could use something like https://www.npmjs.com/package/favicons
  7. perhaps comment this line and see what happens? https://github.com/processwire/processwire/blob/dev/htaccess.txt#L22
  8. Same here. Did you try using a text sanitizer though? https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.13-selector-upgrades-and-new-form-builder-version/#selector-engine-array-support
  9. dragan

    Done. Knowing very little about the subject or the website, I had to guess about 10-20% of the items, e.g. I have no idea what "RAAF C-17 Globemaster" actually is (of course, I could have googled it, but I'm a bit short on time right now...)
  10. dragan

    Since every hosting company can basically configure their servers as they wish, it would be wise to ask them directly. On some hosting environments, you can add PHP/Apache customization via control panel, on others you have to add a user.ini file in your site's root directory. With others you have to use .htaccess. But which methods are allowed or not, can surely be answered by their tech support team.
  11. dragan

    There are helper tools like export/import of pages, fields and templates, built into the core. There are modules like Duplicator you may find useful: https://modules.processwire.com/modules/duplicator/ And here are similar discussions:
  12. PW template files and assets like CSS, JS etc. are meant to be uploaded via FTP. It's just the way PW handles things. You could try the following: Create a new page at root-level, and enter the page-name that Google Analytics provided. random-string-23080980.html. Publish it (no content necessary). Make sure it's hidden (i.e. not searchable, and not appearing in dynamic navigations etc. under page settings) Chances are, PW will add a / to the page-slug. However, you could try to send that to GA anyway, maybe it will be accepted. If not, create a new template just for this purpose, and under the tab "URLs", select "no" under "should page URLs end with a slash?". Assign this template to your GA page, and try again.
  13. dragan

    Not a direct answer to your question, but did you consider building a dashboard? i.e. a special page where you would have useful shortcuts for your admins, like "add news item", "add new event" etc. There are quite a few helpful forum threads with various suggestions how to build something like that.
  14. dragan

    Try switching / updating the admin-theme(s).