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  1. The links seem to be broken @bernhard. By the way, could you share your experience using nette forms. I did try to incorporate them, but never actually finished((
  2. Great work @teppo! Could explain a bit this feature "- Support for rendering pages that have not been "routed" to Wireframe using the altFilename template setting." Or just point the docs - did not fins corresponding article there.
  3. Z-index does not solve the problem. Chat window is added with js and is always on top.
  4. Good day @adrian! I want to move Tracy bar from right bottom corner to the left. So the online chat box would not be in front of it. I saw the bar being moved here and there, but I can't reproduce it in my installation. How do I do it?
  5. Hey @Wanze! Thanks for this great module. Seems like it is compatible with PW3, but module info is saying it's not. If you got dome time please update compatibility info.
  6. Just to give you another option. Check out this module by @ryan himself. I did not find it in the modules directory. And it did not receive much attention from the author in a while. But it did the job when I used it (a few years ago 😀) . As far as I remember it stores custom data written in site/config.php. And it is manageable from admin without the need to create pages.
  7. Oh gosh! It's so relieving to know mine is still in pretty good shape comparing to you guys. It is still new and shining (when looking from some angles). The only thing with it really is that my then 2-year old managed to take off the up arrow key. I do not know how can a little kid make something totally disappear in just a few seconds. He did not eat it (at least nothing came out). I searched everywhere, found quite a lot of useful stuff, but not the key. So I moved F10 as a substitute as it is obviously much less critical one. A few little tips for someone in the very same situation: Use Esc+0 to quit Midnight commander. Use a pencil to save bios configs. Never worry 'bout anything else!
  8. Hey, @Macaco! This very question has been asked a trillion of times on the forums. And here is the way to find the answers already given: go here and search. The forum search does not work well. The closest to what you desire is probably the Duplicator module, but I never used it in production. I suggest you make yourself comfortable with moving you site here and there "with bare hands" anyway. It is not that hard. You just need to: Copy files. Backup database and restore it where you want the site to be moved to (probably some local dev env like xampp or laragon). Adjust site/config.php (or better use config-dev.php - look here at the very botoom). There is a lot to it only the 1st time)
  9. ProcessWire is mature enough. But is not a ready-made solution for this niche, like the names you mentioned. I have made a system quite similar to what you've described here. But it was a lot of work. And it was made with PW to support dealing with objects already in PW. So I would support @wbmnfktr here. If you got time budget and the skills (or want to aquire them), and you know you will use ProcessWire for some things not available out of the box in the ready-made solutions, than go for it using PW. If not and you just need a quick turnover, use one of a plethora of ready made stuff. Just test it out out before making a final decision.
  10. I use WSL all the time, but my local server is still on Windows. It used to be XAMPP, but now I move to Laragon. One of the beauties of Laragon is that you can easilly swith PHP, Apache, MySQL and everything else versions almost instantly. As far as I know from my attempts to set everything up on Linuх, it is not that that easy there (though, surely, possible). I have not found any configuration for Linux that would be nearly that easy. Docker based Laradock was the closest, but it still required some additional docker skills, was not as fast and more complicated. And docker sucks badly on WSL)))
  11. Hey, @alanxptm! I am just guessing, but maybe you got your description filled only in one language, but output the value of some other (probably default) language. And it is blank.
  12. Probably nothing to do with the ProcessWire core. Maybe you are setting/configuring sesssions in your own code not with the API, but with plain PHP and that causes the warnings?
  13. Hey, @JeevanisM! Seems to be the same question as here. Please be patient and do not doublepost. That would probably do more harm than good (to receive a nice and thorough answer).
  14. Hey, @JeevanisM! You use an Integer Field for the phone number. Maybe that field cannot store such a big number as 9446196667? Test it with a 123 to check. I guess you should store a phone number in some other field any way. Text would be ok (with some frontend and server validation). There are dedicated fields for this as well like this one.
  15. I guess you are referring to this. As far as I can tell from the Wikipedia article, there are different implementations of this and you probably need to be more specific about the one you need to use. Anyway I never heard of a ready-made ProcessWire module for this or a tutorial how to implement it. If there is some library that can be used out of the box, it is probably not so hard to do. I can imagine that Ryan could implement it for his FormBuilder as a paid add-on. I think it make sense to advise this route, because I've found JotForm have already done this and are offering widgets for their form builder. But that requires you to have some budget.
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