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  1. OLSA

    Last few days I am playing with CKE5 inside PW, and here are my first impressions with it. First, what is important to say - CKE5 is totally different product compared to CKE4, but that mostly from development perspective. V5 use different data model, MVC architecture, and for any kind of customization (development) be prepared to use Node.js with dozens of packages. By default, CKE5 has explicit and strict HTML API and right now, as example, you can't set "target" attribute on link (!) and here and here are answers how that can be done. Also, the same goes if you need to place "data" attribute to some DOM element. "View Source" button (option) will never again by default be part of CKEditor and here you can find the answers for that task. Development of my first CKE5 plugin was not a nice experience, as example I build "ViewSource" plugin, but after a while realized that, in this very stricted data model, it is useless. To get some advanced options (eg. insert "target="_blank") need to develope and additional plugins (npm packages). On the other side, this new API provide options to works with content on different ways and maybe that is the best part of new CKE5 editor. As example, in theory, we can store in JSON but with single click that content can be converted to some Markdown or HTML and vice versa. Or maybe we can get option to store content in 1 cell but "descriptions" in other etc... Regards.
  2. Maybe this: https://gist.github.com/jmartsch/768d9dc19293528fe9ae82b7a8ee1c42#file-home-php-L35 change: if ($fieldType === "FieldtypeTable") { to: if ($fieldType === "FieldtypePageTable") {
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    Hello @ratna if I understand your question, here is tested variant to get that. All required templates (or admin page tree) are almost the same just like you done (or what @kongondo suggested), except that I used and "result" template. Result template is child of "person" because for me it's somehow more nature to use "person" template to store only "person" details (eg. address, email etc...), and "result" to store "result" values per that user. Also, using "result" template can gives you flexibility to store and other result details (date, time, etc...). Required templates and fields: people: title - person: title -- result: title, category (page, select), value (float) categories: title - category: title Here are few screenshots from backend, page tree (1) and single result page (2): *** Categories template is used to show "results" (frontend screenshot) // categories.php <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <title><?php echo $page->title;?></title> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="<?php echo $config->urls->templates?>styles/main.css" /> </head> <body> <h1><?php echo $page->title; ?></h1> <ul> <?php foreach($page->children as $category):?> <li> <?php echo $category->title;?> <?php $results = $pages->find("template=result, category=$category, sort=-value");?> <?php if(count($results)):?> <ul> <?php foreach($results as $result):?> <li><?php echo $result->parent->title;?> | <?php echo $result->value;?></li> <?php endforeach;?> </ul> <?php endif;?> </li> <?php endforeach;?> </ul> </body> </html> Regards.
  4. Hello, there is also one "alternate" solution, using Node.js and Puppeteer with headless browser. In this case, export to PDF is only one segment what can be done with that tools (remote login, automated processing, deep testing, etc...). If you have Node.js on your machine, here is example (Windows) where project directory "printer" is in C partition (C:\printer). C:\> mkdir printer cd printer npm i puppeteer easy-pdf-merge After this, inside project directory are all required node modules (Puppeteer, Chromium browser, Easy PDF). Last step is to create index.js file and place it inside project directory ( C:\printer ) // index.js const puppeteer = require('puppeteer'); const merge = require('easy-pdf-merge'); // configuration // *** EDIT THIS: var admin_url = "http://my_site.com/admin_url"; var user = '*****'; var pasw = '*****'; // desired pages // *** EDIT THIS: var pdfUrls = [ "/page/edit/?id=1054&modal=1", "/page/edit/?id=1016&modal=1", "/page/edit/?id=1019&modal=1", "/setup/field/edit?id=1#inputfieldConfig", "/setup/field/edit?id=1&modal=1#inputfieldConfig" ]; var pdfFiles = []; // START async function main(){ const browser = await puppeteer.launch({headless: true, args:['--start-maximized']}); const page = await browser.newPage(); await page.setViewport({width: 1366, height: 768}); // login await page.goto(admin_url, { waitUntil: 'networkidle0' }); await page.type('#login_name', user); await page.type('#login_pass', pasw); // login submit await Promise.all([ page.click('#Inputfield_login_submit'), page.waitForNavigation({ waitUntil: 'networkidle0' }) ]); for(var i = 0; i < pdfUrls.length; i++){ await page.goto(admin_url + pdfUrls[i], {waitUntil: 'networkidle0'}); var pdfFileName = 'page' + (i + 1) + '.pdf'; pdfFiles.push(pdfFileName); await page.pdf({ path: pdfFileName, format: 'A4', printBackground: true,margin: {top: 0, right: 0, bottom: 0, left: 0}}); } await browser.close(); await mergeMultiplePDF(pdfFiles); }; const mergeMultiplePDF = (pdfFiles) => { return new Promise((resolve, reject) => { merge(pdfFiles,'processwire.pdf',function(err){ if(err){ console.log(err); reject(err) } console.log('Success'); resolve() }); }); }; // run all this and exit main().then(process.exit); *** Note: edit this script and write your login parameters and desired urls. After all, run script (inside C:\printer>) node index.js After a while (for this example, ~10 sec.) you will find PDF files in project folder (partials and 1 merged with all). As example here is attachment. Regards. processwire.pdf
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    Hi, I think that you don't need to do that because $page->comments->count return number of comments for page. Some options to sort pages by comments: // example: page template "blog-item" // $pages->find($selector)... // from top by number of comments $selector = 'template=blog-item, sort=-comments.count' // by recent comment $selector = 'template=blog-item, sort=-comments.created' // by upvotes $selector = 'template=blog-item, sort=-comments.upvotes' Or options by downvotes or stars. Also, there are and additions, eg. "AND comments.count > 10" etc... Regards. EDIT: read again your question, and if you have page array (results), than you can try to filter results with this: $my_results->sort("-comments.count");
  6. Preselect option, currently, only in case when you have option value as null "0", as example your "gridsize" field: Label: "Grid size" -- option value: 0, option text: Default -- option value: 1, option text: Grid size 1 -- option value: 2, option text: Grid size 2 In that case, preselected value in admin backend would be "Default". Later in your code: if ($item->grid_settings->gridsize){ // not default (not preselected value) ... } else { // default ... } But there is and "mix" variant, example, some select field with name background: label: "Background color" -- option value: 0, text: Default -- option value: black, text: Black -- option value: orange, text: Orange * preselected text : "Default" Later in code: <?php // configuration form field "settings" with select subfield "background" $background = $page->settings->background ? '-' . $page->settings->background : ''; ?> <div class="bgn<?php echo $background;?>"> * div can have css class values: bgn, bgn-black, bgn-orange Regards.
  7. Hello @jploch in case of select field, you can get only selected option value (and not title/text) or in your case: $grid_size = $item->grid_settings->gridsize;
  8. OLSA

    Hi, just found that we get new CSS framework W3.CSS (from w3Schools). Equality for all browsers: Chrome. Firefox Edge. IE. Safari. Opera. Equality for all devices: Desktop. Laptop. Tablet. Mobile. Standard CSS only (No jQuery or JavaScript library). Also interesting demo section (this, this etc...) Regards.
  9. @Mustafa-Online probably you use Fontawsome v4 and get that situation because ProcessWire also use Fontawesome icons v4 and override module css inclusion. If you go with some other font icons (or FA version v5, Fontelo, IcoMoon...) that would works. Also switch off option "Repeater dynamic loading (AJAX)" for repeater field. Regards.
  10. Hi, this is one of examples how can be used ConfigurationForm module. 1. Create field "translate", fieldtype ConfigurationForm Fieldtype 2. In field setup create desired fields what would store translations (eg. textLanguage fields: readmore and submit, and textareaLanguage fields error and success) Please note how to setup these fields: There is no image for success field setup, but it is the same like for the "error note" (textarea, type: textareaLanguage, name: success). 3. In Actions tab, add "translate" field to desired template (eg. Home). 4. Press ProcessWire Save button (ignore blue Save button). 5. After, on Homepage, you will get this: 6. Write desired translations, please note to language switcher on inputfields right side. Press page Save button. How to render translations? 1. call field->subfield and echo it (subfield name). <?php // get main field (container where are all translations) // our translations are on Homepage $translate = $pages->get(1)->translate; //Submit echo $translate->submit; // Read more echo $translate->readmore // etc... ?> With this you can get elegant solution to store all needed translations, easy to add new and easy to administrate. Also if someone forget to write some translation, output would be default translation content. Regards.
  11. Hello, if page reference field is on user template, then you can try this: $stores = new PageArray(); $users = $pages->find('template=user'); foreach($users as $user){ $stores->add($user->stores); // "stores" is page reference field name on user page } // now $stores contain desired stores pages, check with var_dump or foreach()... // pagination $pagination = $stores->renderPager(); There is option to go with direct sql query, but I'm not sure how that would be "clean" (readable) plus for that need to do some preparation (also using queries). I'm still with PW 3.0.98, but if you are using some of latest dev. versions (>3.0.98) try to find text about new functionality that has been added to page reference field. Maybe that can helps to find some another approach. Regards.
  12. Hi Dragane, sorry for the delayed response (I am on vacation until September 1st). If that's JS errors are in Chrome console inside field setup, that might be in relation with required attribute and Chrome browser (here are more details), but if you insert any values in setup "form" fields maybe you can "skip" that and PW will save field and it's subfields? Also, as a result of the first , maybe you have "empty" field (without subfields), and that cause second error (never noticed before, but I'll investigate that). Here is one important detail that you probably didn't notice, and my fault because I didn't mention, required attribute is not in use in current version. There are few options and buttons what are not in use and I didn't remove because my first plan was to use them all for fields (eg. "Required", "Limit access..." ) or for new features.
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    @gmclelland thanks, yes that is ProcessWire. Ok I will try to describe and share how I works. In that I use "widgets" and "widgets manager" field. Widget is custom content block, and it has template and fields, and at the end it is a PW page. Also, widget can hold shareable content. Widget "lives" inside independent page tree "Addons". Example of widgets: slider, sidebar news, call to action... Widget manager is a field, and as it's name says, it is used to manage widgets. Manager provide options to select desired widget, set it's template position, ordering (when widgets share the same position), visibility rules, etc... Widgets manager field can be used in different ways, but in my case, I place it on parent pages (Home, categories, sub-categories) using visibility options: "default" (parent+children), "only children", "this page only". How I use all this: 1) build all needed widgets, initial content, very easy, very fast 2) create hidden page tree "Addons" and there place all widgets (sometimes categorized) 3) place widget manager on parent pages and select desired widgets (previously created) What administration can do on parent page (eg. Home)? 1) Place/add new widget from Addons tree. 2) Clone or copy existing widget, edit, and get another (same type, different content). 3) Drag and drop to change on page position (ordering). 4) Switch off desired widget(s) etc... with all of that, they can easily change page visual appearance. Rendering Page ask "do I have widgets?", and that "question" it can ask itself, parent, grandparent... until root parent. After all, here is last step where page itself check for widgets inside some position: // on page widgets call <?php if(isset($pos['body'])):?> <?php renderWidgets($pos['body']);?> <?php endif; ?> Some screenshots: "Addons" page tree and "Widgets manager": Some widgets examples: "Slider" and "Featured" Slider: repeater with 3 fields (image + 2 configuration form fieldtype) Featured: 2 fields (configuration form fieldtype). Here are few demos: miq5, builderfox, restaurant, prteam... In short that's it, please feel free to ask if there is anything that is not clear or need more details. Regards.
  14. Zdravo Dragane, I totally agree with you, and I'm aware of all imperfections, but I use it last 2 years in all my projects (multilanguage) and it's play important role in all of them. News is that I am started with development of different version of that module and it's possible that I will include all suggestion in that version, or will do that in next release of current version, and after it post it to Github and in PW module directory. Inputs like text and textarea are multilanguage, but labels are not because that part depends on jQuery FormBuilder plugin (in my case, I write labels in administration default language). I really appreciate all the suggestions to make this module better and thanks for that!
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    Hi, this is not so clear to me in part "pass variable to hidden input"? If need to save image path value to hidden input, than maybe it's better to go with hook in backend (after page save or other). Another option coud be to save image path value to hidden input in runtime (???), if that is the case, than try something like this: <?php foreach($page->dev_repeater as $repeater) { $image_field = $repeater->image_field; foreach($repeater->dev_child_repeater as $url) { // some other stuff, link etc... // check and save hidden_field value inside runtime (???) if($url->hidden_field == ""){ $url->of(false); // $url->save(); uncomment if save on second reload $url->hidden_field = $image_field->url; // <= this? $url->save('hidden_field'); } else { // hidden_field has some value echo $url->hidden_field; } } } ?> But also if there is any option to avoid nested repeater that would be better, and also try to think about using hooks in backend to avoid save in runtime. To me it's ok when need to save "page view counters" or some other events triggered by front-end users/vistors. Sorry if I don't understand your question well. Regards.