ottogal

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  1. I have no answer to your question, but would like to mention that using flags as language indicators is not the best idea: why-flags-do-not-represent-language
  2. Create a Hanna Code named cyan of Type PHP with an attribute text and the following code: <?php echo "<h3 class='cyan'>$text</h3>"; ?> Then the call would be [[cyan text='This is cyan text']]
  3. Salve franciccio-ITALIANO, maybe you're looking for something like this: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/7723-protecteddevelopmentmaintenance-mode/ (Or google for "processwire maintenance mode".)
  4. The homepage processwire.com is now displaying correctly 3.0.62, but not so the Download page processwire.com/download. Why not leave out the version numbers on the buttons, just saying "The newest master version of ProcessWire" etc.? And adding a link to Release Notes for more details...
  5. When there is the need to check a new participant if he matches one of the ones enrolled previously, I think you can't avoid having an identifier for every participant. Edit: Assuming every participant is a page (the PW way ), the page's ID would be the natural unique identifer for your purpose.
  6. Why not give the Page 1.1 a modified template with the Family setting "May pages using this template have children?" set to "No"?
  7. Using PW 3.0.41, I made a successful upgrade of AOS from v0.1.5 to v1.4.3 via the backend; but the module's settings page continues showing v0.1.5. (Clearing the compiled files and refreshing doesn't help.) Edit: Logging out and in again helped.
  8. Thank you very much! EDIT: Works like a charm!
  9. Hi @Macrura, would you mind to reveal more details of your obfuscation function? I would highly appreciate it.
  10. @evanmcd You're right, of course - sorry for my stupid intervention.
  11. There is a great tutorial by @kongondo that might be helpful for situations like yours: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/3579-tutorial-approaches-to-categorising-site-content/
  12. Thanks, I'll give it a try.