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    I know this is an old thread, but since it looks unsolved I thought I would share what worked for me in case people are searching the forums. Here are the steps I took: renamed mystyles.js to customstyles.js located at site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js edited customstyles.js to change the text from mystyles to customstyles.... CKEDITOR.stylesSet.add( 'custom-styles', [ edit the field settings for the field to point to the new customstyles.js The problem for me was that I needed to change the prefix as well from mystyles:/site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js to customstyles:/site/modules/InputfieldCKEditor/customstyles.js They have to match the file name. Hope that helps someone.
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    Probably a silly question, but do you have Tracy enabled on the frontend?
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    What version of Processwire are you running? I thought this had been fixed already? Maybe you can try with the latest version of Processwire dev branch?
  4. On mobile, Try using ./src/components/etc...
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    @joe_ma The https problems should already be fixed in the latest version. You can download the latest version from
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    Thank you tpr! That was very helpful.
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    @grimezy - Care to share some screen shots of how your setup works?
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    I really like how you used the MarkInPageTree module on your other case study to show which page templates are being used. That might help others here understand your setup better?
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    Hi @tpr , I know this is older now, but it sounds interesting. Care to share any more information about this? What do you name the templates? How exactly does it work? Can you show a screenshot of the different types of RepeaterMatrix items?
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    Yep, web dev is one of things I do. I work for a municipality in a small IT department. makes sense now. I'm a bit tired now, but I'll probably need to re-read this thread and re-watch the video a few times to fully understand everything. Glad monosnap worked for you. I like how you can snap a screenshot, instantly add annotations, and drag it into a post to upload. Thanks for sharing your technique. That's what I love about the Processwire community. Everyone is so helpful.
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    Joe, that was very helpful. Thank you so much...from a fellow Texan(..DFW area)! I really like how you can use Processwire's page hierarchy to build out your pages with components. I'm still a little confused on what the difference between "Page Layout" and "Detail Layout" is? If you set the Page Layout to "Basic Page", does that mean only uikit components can be added as children to the "Content" page below it? If you set a Detail Page Layout to "Service", does that mean only "Service" type pages can be added as children to this page? I'm also a little confused on the "Page Layouts" in your tree. I'm assuming that those are for when you want to reuse the same layout with configured components between pages? For example: If you created two pages "Company Blog" and "Company News" that both use the "Blog" page layout that is under "Page Layouts" in the page tree? Sorry, I know lots of questions... I find this all eye opening and intriguing. Thanks again
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    This might help
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    Thanks joer80! I use for taking screenshots and making recordings. What OS are you using? People on Windows recommend for making gifs. I'm not sure about a web based recorder? Maybe somebody will chime in here? I think on Macs you can also use the builtin Quicktime to record a portion of your screen. I'm also interested in how you made the tabs that contain columns on ?
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    I'm enjoying this discussion. I would love to see more people sharing screenshots of their setups and techniques describing how they handle complex layout requirements. @OLSA - That's a really nice site and a good example of a site with a lot of different page layout styles. Did you create that in Processwire? If so, care to share how the pages are built in Processwire? Looks like another interesting technique was just shared:
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    @joer80 that's an impressive looking setup. I've tried reading through this several times, but I'm finding it hard to wrap my brain around everything. Any way you could put up a quick screencast(or gif) showing how you would edit the homepage and how things can be easily moved or changed? If not, no worries. Thank you for sharing how you achieved this! Another question, what's the reasoning behind having an "Admin Home" and a "Home?"