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  1. 3 hours ago, cstevensjr said:

    4.  You made a good point.  I will put some effort towards getting something in place that works.  The intent was that only the blue colored text would be links or clickable.  I otherwise use buttons for other types of links. 

    Related to links, I would also consider adding an underline – or some other obvious visual feature – to links. It's a little thing, but can make a notable difference in terms of accessibility: colour should never be the only thing separating text elements. Same thing goes for things like menus, i.e. active state shouldn't be communicated using colour alone 🙂

    Keep up the great work! Looking forward to featuring PW Review in the Weekly.

    3 hours ago, cstevensjr said:

    Even though it's a mistake, I smiled and said I would still go with it.  I eventually just looked at it as a reminder that life is not perfect and we sometimes have imperfections that we should be able to live with.

    How I wish that clients would sometimes say this too... 😅

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  2. I've been using a very similar solution at weekly.pw, i.e. indexing data into a field called "search_index". The content is mostly built using PageTable, and I'm indexing content from those for the parent page's search_index field as well. No Repeaters or RepeaterMatrix fields here, but they'd require similar processing.

    The whole solution is built into some methods placed in /site/init.php. Might be useful for someone, so here's the code: https://gist.github.com/teppokoivula/83036c6e73d7460be7706def620d80d4.

    Note that in this case I'm not using the same index as an excerpt, but rather the summary field of the page. Excerpt would be better – will probably add them at some point. Once you have the index at hand, it's relatively simple 🙂

    Another thing to note here is that I'm currently using the same index field to store links in link:url format. Since tags are stripped from the index text, URLs wouldn't otherwise be a part of the index – and this also allows me to perform specific link queries, such as https://weekly.pw/search/?q=link:https://modules.processwire.com/modules/sanitizer-transliterate/ 🙂

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  3. Hi there,

    That's somewhat odd question to post to a support forum dedicated ProcessWire, a PHP based CMS/CMF – but no worries, here in the Off Topic area all questions are fine 🙂

    Personally I've not used Redux that much, but have you already checked their own tutorials? The basic tutorial (https://redux.js.org/basics/basic-tutorial) and the advanced tutorial (https://redux.js.org/advanced/advanced-tutorial) should give you a solid understanding of Redux.

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  4. Moderator note: this is not a support board for a new module, so I'm moving it to the General Support area of the forum.

    The "Modules/Plugins" section of the forum is for dedicated module support threads. If you have a general question regarding ProcessWire, ProcessWire core modules, or "how to do [x] with ProcessWire", you should post it to the General Support area – or if it's a question regarding an existing module, check the "Support Board" link from the modules directory entry for that module and post your question to the linked thread instead.

    Thanks!


  5. Moderator note: this is not a support board for a new module, so I'm moving it to the General Support area of the forum.

    The "Modules/Plugins" section of the forum is for dedicated module support threads. If you have a general question regarding ProcessWire, ProcessWire core modules, or "how to do [x] with ProcessWire", you should post it to the General Support area – or if it's a question regarding an existing module, check the "Support Board" link from the modules directory entry for that module and post your question to the linked thread instead.

    Thanks!


  6. Moderator note: this is not a support board for a new module, so I'm moving it to the General Support area of the forum.

    The "Modules/Plugins" section of the forum is for dedicated module support threads. If you have a general question regarding ProcessWire or "how to do [x] with ProcessWire", you should post it to the General Support area – or if it's a question regarding an existing module, check the "Support Board" link from the modules directory entry for that module and post your question to the linked thread instead.

    Thanks!


  7. 7 hours ago, mwa said:

    I can access the homepage but not the login page: 404, says /processwire/admin was not found on the server. 

    Can you access any other pages?

    If not, there's very likely some sort of an issue with your .htaccess file, or rather an incompatibility with your server and the .htacecss file. The 404 error message you're seeing also sounds like the plain text version from server, not a 404 page from within ProcessWire – so most likely rewrite rules configured in the .htaccess file are not working as expected.

    Might also mean that something is missing from the server, though if you just ran the install process, that should've flagged any such issues.

    In a bit of a hurry, but at least the .htaccess file is where I'd start digging into this.


  8. Saturday morning I wrote in the the latest weekly issue this:

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    ... and since it's finally looking like the winter might be (mostly) over here in Finland ...

    And here's the view from my front door just now, Tuesday morning:

    20190409_074625.thumb.jpg.1c0c23093e9f968cb17b3c52a6fe494d.jpg

    I'm not particularly superstitious, but kinda feels like I dropped the ball on this one. To my defence, on Saturday there was literally zero snow here, and the whole day was sunny and warm and all. Proper shorts and T-shirt weather.

    I guess the lesson here is that it's always too early to say that the winter is over.

    Have a great day, folks!

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  9. Actually it seems that ProDrafts already supports Repeaters – this was announced in a blog post along with ProcessWire 3.0.75, and that detail just never made it into the description at the store. In case you have any questions regarding ProDrafts, I'd recommend sending a direct PM to @ryan 🙂

    VersionControl isn't really suitable for this purpose. Repeater support is one thing (though I seem to recall that the module might kinda-sorta work with Repeaters), but a bigger issue is that there's no draft feature. I could definitely hack it to do something like export a version and import it on another site (definitely something I'll keep in mind, sounds interesting!) but currently that's not doable.

    I haven't really used ProcessPagesExportImport, but I know that in case of Ryan the "beta" or "development" label doesn't necessarily mean that it isn't usable. I seem to recall that much of the data for the new processwire.com site was migrated using this feature (someone correct me if I'm wrong), and although I've heard some reports of missing features and such, as far as I know it should be pretty solid already.

    My first choice would definitely be one environment with the ProDrafts module. I'd only consider other options if that one doesn't pan out.

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  10. 2 hours ago, bartelsmedia said:

    Modern browser can resize bitmaps on the client site quite well.

    So, shouldn't the Processwire image resize be disabled to reduce additional http requests (if the user resizes viewport)?

    Do I miss something? Should/can it be disabled?

    If you don't create any variations on the front-end using size, width, etc. calls, ProcessWire won't create anything except for the variations created by default for admin (preview) purposes. Third party modules may still create their own variations, but if you're strictly against that behaviour, you can always avoid using any modules that do this 🙂

    What you're probably missing here is the amount of data: sure, browsers can handle resizing images, but if you're considering load times and amount of data users have to download to use your site, you absolutely want to resize images before they hit the visitors' browsers.

    When you're asking if this behaviour should be disabled to "reduce additional http requests (if the user resizes viewport)", it kind of sounds like you've implemented srcset on your site – otherwise there shouldn't be a additional requests when the viewport is resized due to images. Even then if you start with a larger viewport and then resize it to smaller size, browser shouldn't load the smaller sizes. Only case generating additional requests is when you go the other way, from small to large – otherwise tiny images would likely look pretty awful scaled to a larger size.

    Short answer is: no, it shouldn't be disabled. That being said, you don't have to create any additional variations if you don't want to – but be considerate of the user and don't make them download more data than they actually need 🙂

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  11. Hi,

    Unless I'm misunderstanding something here, what you want is actually a Page field. In your template files you can output the URL of the selected page:

    <?php if ($page->page_field_name): ?>
        <a href="<?php echo $page->page_field_name->url; ?>"><?php echo $page->page_field_name->title ?></a>
    <?php endif; ?>

    Does that sound about right?

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  12. 10 hours ago, bartelsmedia said:

    Thanks! The part in question would be this: "Taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risk of varying likelihood and severity for the rights and freedoms of natural persons, the controller and the processor shall implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk, including inter alia as appropriate [...]"

    GDPR doesn't state that the controller and the processor must encrypt all personal data, period. Loosely translated it says that, taking a lot of things (such as the cost, nature, scope, context, and purpose of data processing) they must take measures appropriate to the risk and its likelihood, and one of the measures that may be appropriate depending on a lot of factors would indeed be encryption. The truth to the matter is that unless there's a court case stating essentially that everything (including specifically email addresses) must be encrypted during storage, this can be interpreted in a multitude of ways.

    Then again, I'm still not a lawyer, and am mainly relying on opinions on the Internet – so don't take my word for it, and please do take every precaution you feel would be appropriate to your case 🙂

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  13. Sadly the recordings are no longer available. For anyone interested, they will be available at wordpress.tv at some point. On a related note I think that's also a great source of information, even for non-WP users 🙂

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  14. 37 minutes ago, ryan said:

    At the other end of the spectrum, if one can access data already, encryption doesn't add any protection if the means of reversing the encryption is located on the same server where the encryption occurs (as it would have to be to make use of it on a website). That's why I think that GDPR statement must be referring to HTTPS, since encrypting these things at the server side would require decrypting them at the server side, and thus wouldn't be very useful (false sense of security).

    There is actually one benefit: if data is stored encrypted and the key is stored separately, even if it's on the same server, someone gaining illegitimate access to just your database but not full access to the server would mean that said data could be considered much less useful to the offending party. At the very least it could take them a long time to figure out what it is that they actually got their hands on.

    Although this predates GDPR, in opinion 03/2014 the Article 29 Working Party stated that breach affecting only encrypted data may also mean that the source of the breach isn't subject to typical breach notification procedures:

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    Nevertheless, if the confidentiality of the key is intact, the data are in principle unintelligible to any person who is not authorised, thus the breach is unlikely to adversely affect the data subject and therefore doesn't need to be notified to the data subject. 

    Just something to consider. I'm personally still not convinced that storing emails encrypted makes a whole lot of sense on a typical website, but I'm also not a lawyer, or a specialist in data privacy for that matter. Still, if my business relied largely on storing personal data, I would probably consider taking every precaution in order to avoid a full-blown disaster 🙂

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  15. 17 hours ago, bartelsmedia said:

    Are the subscriber email addresses stored with encryption in the database? GDPR enforces to use "state of the art" methods to protect user data which includes encryption.

    Just a quick note on this one: to my best understanding GDPR doesn't explicitly require encryption. Encryption is mentioned as a suitable option for data processors and controllers in order to secure user data, but it isn't strictly speaking enforced – and thus not encrypting data (such as email addresses) wouldn't automatically mean that the product can't be GDPR compliant.

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  16. This is less of a bug and more of a.. well, issue: the line length in the forum is kind of crazy. I'm getting 220-240 characters on a single line, while 100-120 would be good for readability. Would be great to get this fixed as well. I'm thinking that there probably should be a max width for the content area – or perhaps the font size should be double what it is now? 🙂

    The font is also really tiny and way too light (at least in some places, such as the breadcrumbs and other "less important" texts), neither of which really helps with the readability issue.

    Anyway, great job getting the update rolled out, and the forum looking more like the main site!

    Edit: I'm officially getting old. Setting browser zoom level to 125% or 150% makes things way more comfortable 😅

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  17. Don't shoot the messenger – I know this is from WordCamp, not ProcessCamp, but there's plenty of quality material there not strictly tied to WordPress 🙂

    https://wpwoofi.com/wordcamp-nordic-paneelit-2019/

    Sadly the recording misses the beginning of the UX for everyone talk by Piccia Neri. This was my absolute favourite in the whole event, there were so many good points there. She has the ability to explain scary-sounding concepts and processes in a way that makes them really easy to grasp, and actually makes them seem attainable even in relatively low-budget projects 👍

    "Lessons from WordPress core on how to (not) write code" has some good pointers for anyone designing dev tools, "Cache is keeping you from reaching your full potential as a developer" contains valid arguments, and although "Continuous integration and deployment with WordPress" is definitely WP-specific, the basic principles can be easily applied to other platforms as well. Just to mention a few.

    Anyhow, I hope someone finds these interesting 👌

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  18. 2 hours ago, happywire said:

    No bad intentions here.

    No worries – no hard feelings here either! It's just that folks sometimes miss the point that having a module that does x for ProcessWire doesn't mean that ProcessWire itself, as in the core package, needs to do that. In this thread alone we've had some posts where this point has been lost.

    What third parties (such as me) build on top of ProcessWire does not have a direct impact on the core.

    I get that this is a topic that can bring some emotions to the surface, so trust me: I for one would not like to see ProcessWire go the "page builder route". At the same time I see a lot of value in having a block editor style Fieldtype – or something similar – as a module that one can plug in if and when that sort of feature makes sense 🙂


  19. 22 minutes ago, Ivan Gretsky said:

    Nobody's talking about bringing content builder stuff to the core.

    This. Please read this before you post. Not a single person here has, to my best understanding, suggested that there should be a page builder in the core. This very topic is in the Modules/Plugins development area of the forum. This topic is not about the ProcessWire core.

    Thank you 🙂

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