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About hollyvalero

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  1. That is - in fact - exactly what I do. I have a variety of pre-staged set ups for different purposes... I checked my set ups and they all had access for the trash to the editor... but this was a website I created about a year ago... it didn't include it, but now it does. 🙂
  2. Thank you, Robin... every time I figure one of these things out, I add it to my screensaver so all day I see messages like "don't forget to...{whatever}"... I will add this one now. 🙂
  3. I create a general "editor" role for managing web pages. And while I can go in as editor and choose the delete tab, once back at the page tree, I do not see the trashcan nor empty options. Once back in super-admin role I can see/trash. The editor role has all page delete permissions, and access to most everything but logs, advanced hanna code, db back ups, page locks and user administration. Any idea what I might need to do?
  4. Well, that explains it. I had ready.php in the templates folder, not up a level in the /site/ folder. I figured it had to be something stupid and I was right 😂 At least now I can get into hooks more... thank you!
  5. Making my semi-monthly attempt to get into hooks 🤪 I tried adding Ryan's renderLinks to ready.php at one of my sites... and then tried various versions of the usage, like: echo $pages->find("parent=/")->renderLinks(); in the templates. I take it as a sign of progress that I am past the 500 server error, but the output I get is the single word "array" this is not urgent of course, but wondering if someone can point me in the right direction?
  6. First of all, thank you so much for taking the time to slog through the set up - and all the screen snaps. I switched the url redirect "/login/" to the page ID to see if that might help, but I think what I did wrong was that --> on the login page template, the editor role could view and EDIT<--. Not just view. All the rest looked the same as far as the set up. I agree that it's a better practice to create a new role instead of just using login-register. Those changes seem to have fixed it... and the redirect($goto) is working too. I assume maybe the login template can be only view access. Let me just add that bit of wisdom to my "when the bad thing happened" file. 🙂 THANK YOU so much!! In the meantime I looked at Login Register Pro ... hopefully can offer either. h
  7. 1. using LoginRegister for a simple username/password to view a demo course. Vanilla installation: $modules->get('LoginRegister')->execute() Login url is /login/ using login template that anyone can see -> and that's working. when not logged in, you see the form. When logged in you see a logout link and copy that shows up upon logging in. -> that's working 2. There is 1 template: demos (for the actual videos) - viewable for login-register role, but not for guest. I have set the template to redirect to: /login/ if you are not logged in. when I go to the demo URL not logged in, I am bumped to /login/ -> that's working. http://test2.hollycodes.net/shop/view-demo-training-videos/security-awareness-for-it-professionals-demo/ 3. the guest role can page-view all except demos and login-register role can see all pages 4. When logged in as super user, I see all pages correctly 5. HOWEVER If I go here: http://test2.hollycodes.net/shop/view-demo-training-videos/ and follow the link to login: http://test2.hollycodes.net/login/ and enter frank daypass123 I get Welcome frank...and the welcome copy and a link to go to the courses... But when I click that course link to the demos template, it bounces me back to the login page, despite being logged in. ----> What am I doing wrong? <------ a. I was originally going to use login/register pro, but it seemed like overkill for a simple u/p combo... b. Then I tried to automatically bounce people back to the course list after logging in: <?php if($user->isLoggedin() && !$input->get('profile') && !$input->get('logout')) { $session->redirect('/shop/view-demo-training-videos/'); } else { // let the LoginRegister module have control echo $modules->get('LoginRegister')->execute(); } but the login just cycled between /shop/view-demo-training-videos/ and /login/ and melted down. Which seems like I should change it in the template, but that just makes no sense... ----> What am I doing wrong? <------ I uninstalled login/register pro, there's nothing in the error logs... tried it in a fresh browser - same issues What dumb thing am I missing here?
  8. Ha ha! Thank you for all your help. I did use Tracy Debugger when I first started and I wasn't skilled enough for it to be helpful... I will try that again! Good idea!
  9. THAT'S very cool. Just need to figure out what the "d" in d($products) means.
  10. I had something like this but it wasn't working... $products = $pages->find("template=product, limit=9, sort=sort" ); if($products > 3) { }
  11. I'm trying to come up with an automatic feature for a home page that will display 3 products (or more) in a slider carousel as long as there is a minimum of 3 items that qualify If there are less than 3, they would just not show up. I've been trying to add a count and this is working but it seems, at best, inelegant... $total = $pages->count("template=product"); if($total > 3) { $products = $pages->find("template=product, limit=9, sort=sort" ); } Is there a better/shorter way to put this?
  12. I haven't used the switch statement yet, but I'm looking into it... this morning I re-uploaded the code and this time, it worked... and I'm getting that first, second-third, rest view I was hoping for! Thank you so much for your input!!
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