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  1. Anyone else looking for a solution for bootstrap navigation?

    I have found this wiki but it´s not working:


    Here is my modified solution, I hope there are no bug´s.

    The Navbar

    <nav class="navbar navbar-default">
          <div class="container-fluid">
            <div class="navbar-header">
               <button type="button" class="navbar-toggle collapsed" data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#bs-example-navbar-collapse-1" aria-expanded="false">
             <span class="sr-only">Navigation ein-/ausblenden</span>
             <span class="icon-bar"></span>
             <span class="icon-bar"></span>
             <span class="icon-bar"></span>
           <a class="navbar-brand" href="#"><img src="#" alt="Logo"></a>
              <div lass="collapse navbar-collapse" id="bs-example-navbar-collapse-1">
    <?php include("topnav.inc"); ?>
              </div><!--/.nav-collapse -->
        </nav><!-- /navbar -->

    The Menu

    content of ('topnav.inc')

    Navigation for ProcessWire using the Bootstrap 3.5 markup
    This menu was written by Soma based on work by NetCarver and a bit thrown in by Joss | modified by David Schmidt
    function renderChildrenOf($pa, $output = '', $level = 0) {
        $output = '';
        foreach($pa as $child) {
            $atoggle = '';
            $class = '';
            if ($child->numChildren && count($child->parents) == 1) {
                $class .= 'dropdown';
                $atoggle .= ' class="dropdown-toggle" data-toggle="dropdown" role="button" aria-haspopup="true" aria-expanded="false" ';
            } else if($child->numChildren && $child->id != 1){
                $class .= 'dropdown-menu';
            // Makes the current page and it's top level parent add an active class
            $class .= ($child === wire("page") || $child === wire("page")->rootParent) ? " active" : '';
            $class = strlen($class) ? " class='".trim($class)."'" : '';
            if ($child->numChildren && count($child->parents) >= 1) {
               $output .= "<li$class><a href='$child->url'$atoggle>$child->title<span class='caret'></span></a>";
            else{$output .= "<li$class><a href='$child->url'$atoggle>$child->title</a>";}
            // If this child is itself a parent and not the root page, then render it's children in their own menu too...
            if($child->numChildren && $child->id != 1) {
                $output .= renderChildrenOf($child->children, $output, $level);
            $output .= '</li>';
        $outerclass = ($level == 1) ? "nav navbar-nav" : 'dropdown-menu';
        return "<ul class='$outerclass'>$output</ul>";
    // bundle up the first level pages and prepend the root home page
    $homepage = $pages->get(1);
    $pa = $homepage->children;
    $pa = $pa->prepend($homepage);
    // Set the ball rolling...
    echo renderChildrenOf($pa);

    ...do something great with it.

    Regards David

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  2. Hello guys, my name is David and i´m new here.
    Processwire is
    great CMS but i have a problem with the LanguageFieldTabs. The are not displayed.
    How should I install the tabs exactly?

    Does anyone have a step by step guide?

    I have followed these instructions:

    1. Place the .module file in your /site/modules/ directory. If the
      module contains more than one file (like supporting .css or .js files
      for example), it should be created in it's own directory under
      /site/modules/ with the same name as the module. For instance, the
      AdminBar module and supporting files should be placed in
    2. Login to your ProcessWire admin and click on the Modules tab. Click the check for new modules button. Click the install button next to any of the new modules that you want to install.

    unfortunately there is no further description.

    Best Regards


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