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  1. Hi, I help sometimes a small non-profit organization by, among other things, improving the website that I created for them. Recently they asked me if I could add a functionality. So, they would like a kind of agenda/calendar. The editor(s) would enter the events, and the members of the association/organization would connect to the website, only to be able to add their names to the list of persons who would attend the event. They would also be able to remove themselves from the list. Perhaps even the number of persons would be a nice addition, but not obligatory. The list could only appear on hovering or clicking the mouse, it shouldn't necessarily need to be visible from the beginning. It should be visible from the other members connected to the website (on the frontend). Each member should have his/her own account, username and password. Of course their access to the admin should be very limited and secured. I already have some pro modules (even some that I haven't used yet), and I am willing to acquire a new one if it helps. I'm welcoming every suggestion (even though I already have some ideas and will continue researching). Have a very nice weekend!
  2. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/HTML/Introduction_to_HTML/The_head_metadata_in_HTML Another note that might also interest you:
  3. Christophe

    other CMSs

    Just to share an accidental discovery. I've just stumbled upon this website: https://getpublii.com
  4. https://www.litespeedtech.com/products/cache-plugins Where is the ProcessWire LSCache module 😊?
  5. https://scout-app.io http://livejs.com https://www.sassmeister.com https://www.npmjs.com/package/livereload (?) https://compass.kkbox.com (?) (I didn't include some that are only free, and not open source.)
  6. https://github.com/oklai/koala "The project has been stopped!! The development method has changed a lot be from the project start time to now, and there are many better alternatives in the open source community. So I think the projet is outdated, and decided to stop maintenance. Sorry about for this. If someone is still willing to continue maintenance, welcome to create a new project, it will be the best way." Too bad!
  7. [ After a quick search for Koala (that I already knew but haven't used for the moment) with things that you are looking for. ] Listed in the video description: https://code.visualstudio.com http://koala-app.com https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ritwickdey.LiveServer https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ritwickdey.live-sass The video is not in English, but apparently it is understandable. You can surely find other videos on the subject.
  8. I've just noticed this: https://devilbox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/examples/setup-processwire.html The ProcessWire recipe is missing here: https://docs.lando.dev/config/recipes.html#supported-recipes
  9. Has anyone tried https://lando.dev? I've just found it. (I need MariaDB and not MySQL.) *** But the hardware requirements are quite high... https://docs.lando.dev/basics/installation.html#hardware-requirements *** And are some of you happy with Devilbox or Laravel Homestead, for example? (Preferably on Linux.) Are they too complex to install or use, or do they take up too much space, for instance? Is it worth it? What are your opinions? Thanks in advance! NB: For the last projects, I developed online. I will normally soon invest in a new computer for several reasons, one of them - not the most important - being the space left.
  10. https://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/index.htm Website I bookmarked some time ago.
  11. https://affinityspotlight.com/article/comedy-wildlife-photography-awards-2019-the-best-entries-so-far/
  12. https://www.comedywildlifephoto.com
  13. 3 other options among many others: https://leoeditor.com https://leoeditor.com/installing.html https://kaleguy.github.io/leovue/#/t/2 https://jupyter.org (and the new JupyterLab) https://rednotebook.sourceforge.io I'll perhaps add other ones when I find them again in my bookmarks or elsewhere.
  14. Mentioned in a book For CSS Grid (and also Flexbox): https://cssgrid.cc https://cssgrid.cc/css-grid-guide.html
  15. Hello, I hope you are all doing as well as possible. A friend has sent me the following link: https://undesign.learn.uno. And there seems to be interesting things also directly at https://learn.uno. Explore topics, Learning tools... Have a nice week! NB: I was not sure whether it was preferable to put this topic in Pub or in Dev Talk...
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