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  1. quickjeff

    Thahnks Ivan! I am just trying to find the best plugin for the cookies.
  2. quickjeff

    Hi Guys, I wanted to start this thread to see what others are doing to make sure they are compliant with GDPR. Basically, a ton of websites are built on WordPress and I am seeing tons of plugins being rolled out to help with cookie compliance etc. Processwire however, doesn't have anything available. Also, if we are using FormBuilder, do we need an opt-in checkbox?
  3. Hey Guys, Looking for Best Approach to Allow Created By Changes to Non Superusers. Any ideas on the best approach?
  4. Hi, I am also having this issue. Only with 1 form. The other forms I have are not doing it. Any idea?
  5. quickjeff

    Does anyone know best approach to including the featured image in the post itself? Let’s say below the rendered head of the post? I already have it setup as an option in the blog home page but not the post. Thanks!
  6. quickjeff

    @Ivan Gretsky thanks for the Repeater Matrix. This was the solution!! Works amazingly. Everyone, thanks for the help!
  7. quickjeff

    Right, something like this would be good. I may try this approach. Any thoughts on my other approach?
  8. Hi Guys, I recently have received a client who has various page layouts. I wanted to give them the ability to simply add their HTML into a body field with CKEditor to allow HTML customization. However, the client isn't very familiar with HTML. This has left me to build a template that has multiple of the similar field types. The thing is, I cannot use the repeater since I cannot repeat lets say an image for repeated item 1 and only body field for repeater item 2. Therefore, I have to literally add 15 fields for them to totally be able to edit the page without issues. What are your thoughts on this approach? Also, I have to name the template according to what it contains, so I was thinking of using numbers instead of words. Reason being, numbers can describe the amount of title fields, body fields and images. Therefore something like, 3-3-2.php or three-three-two.php I have never run into a situation where the client needed so many fields. I was always able to get around it with repeaters etc. Thoughts?
  9. quickjeff

    Was just thinking how Wordpress does it. Although I am totally against Wordpress their media manager is good.
  10. quickjeff

    One centralized location for images. But I am running your blog module and latest processwire. Just didn’t want to break what I have built.
  11. quickjeff

    How well would it work with your blog module on processwire 3.0?
  12. quickjeff

    Love love love your blog module. I have used it multiple times on sites I have built for clients. Recently ran into a weird issue. I installed your latest version of your blog module on latest processwire. When I got to save the settings in the blog quick settings tab, they dont save. The fields reload blank. Any idea?
  13. quickjeff

    Solved the issue: I had to delete the data that was in assets/cache/FileCompiler/
  14. quickjeff

    Just tested it locally and it works, on the server its not working. So weird!
  15. quickjeff

    I did see this when it came out and had updated the module. However I think this is a namespace issue or something because batcher works but when I try to uninstall it and Hanna code and other modules I get errors.