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  1. Edit (complete wipe of original message): I couldn't get this to function, so I've changed how I handled my authors to clean up the users for comments etc. This means I'm using the original database/install instead of a separate one for comments.
  2. Thanks everyone, this has all been really helpful!
  3. Excellent. What would be the best way to connect to the second database/website? Should I make another wire instance? I feel like it should be simple.
  4. Oh yeah, I am familiar with the database structure. I should have added that I want people to be signed in before they're allowed to post comments, so the website would see an influx of users. Currently, all "users" on the website are authors who write articles, and I would like to keep this list as small as possible. (I know I can use roles to manage the lists, but I would prefer a simpler solution.) There's also the issue of security: I don't want there to be any risk that a user is able to mess anything up, and I'd prefer to keep them out of the main database.
  5. Hello everyone, I manage a large site and would like to add the ability for visitors to add comments to articles. However, I also want to keep the core website database relatively "clean". So my idea was to install a fresh copy of ProcessWire to a subdomain (say, account.ancientworldmagazine.com), where users can register, sign in, and edit their profile. I could also sign in and manage comments. My idea is to load the new database into the website, so that a page can check if there's any pages with comments in the new database. So, for example, article X on my original website gets
  6. So I've been using FormBuilder on client websites, but now they want to be able to track the form output using Google Analytics. I have no idea how they should go about this. Any suggestions that I could pass onto them? Thank you very much!
  7. Wow, that is perfect! You should add it to the module repository. Thank you so much!
  8. I'm testing it by putting the code in init.php (which gets loaded first), then going to the page in question via another browser with ?preview=true, and I get a 404 page instead of the article I want to preview. But maybe forcing the 404 page to reload would be an idea. (Even though I cannot get that to work either.)
  9. I upgraded to the latest version of PW, but no dice. Doesn't work, with or without slash. I also have AIOM installed -- could that be a problem?
  10. Thank you for the suggestion, but it doesn't work: I still get a 404 error, even when I put it in site/init.php.
  11. So I'm the editor of a large website and it's useful for me if my authors can check their articles before they are published on the web. I'd prefer to do this without needing them to sign in (with either their own account or a preview account). I figured the easiest way to do this is with a GET variable, so if someone goes to e.g. this URL: https://www.examples.com/articles/test?preview=true They would be able to see the specific article in question. But building the override eludes me; I tried to stick it in the template, but it's not working (using $pages->find or $pages->get wi
  12. Cheers @Autofahrn, that put me on the right track. {$page->children} didn't work as expected, but in the PHP file in question, I did loop through all categories to generate a clickable list, so I simply populated $pageSelect with the ID of every item as it looped through them. I then fed the variable into the selector and that did the trick! Thanks again for the help, everyone.
  13. This looks like it ought to work! Sadly, it doesn't. $page->children doesn't seem to do anything (the results get dropped).
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