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joebaich

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  1. Ahhhh Haaaa! That give me something to go on. Most grateful for your help.
  2. I have a similar but different issue on uploading multiple image files using the drag and drop facility or selecting them the 'Choose File' button. The files upload fine and the matching number of thumbnails appear in the Images section. However, when I Save the page, all but the first of the uploaded file thumbnails disappear. All the original image files and asssociated api generated image files are present in assets/files subfolder where you would expect them. GD2 lib is installed in PHP 7. This happens on all the PW sites I have on this host. I don't use another so can't compare. It has been like this for me since I took up PW 5 years ago on successive versions . It's not a huge issue in that I can upload the image files one at a time and then all is well. Any hints or clues as to why this happens and how to fix it?
  3. @flydev most grateful for this ZF6/PW profile. I found your examples in _func.php to be tremendously helpful and enlightening. Thanks too for your introduction to the slick.js carousle/slider. I use the scss version of Foundation and was delighted to find the slick.js scss files in its distro. I chose to slug it out with the ZF6 top nav using @soma's MarkupSimpleNavigation rather than meanmenu.js but glad to learn about that too.
  4. With respect, it may be doing what it's meant to do but it's also doing what it's not meant to do - by that I mean according to a literal interpretation of the preceding comments in that section of the file. Certainly http://mydomain.com/ would be redirected to http://www.mydomain.com. I wanted it to do that. What I didn't want it to do is redirect http://cdn.mydomain.com to http://www.cdn.mydomain.com which it did too. It took me hours to work out that this was what was causing my first ProCache CDN integration to fall over. Like most problems, easy enough to fix once one has identified it but a pain in the rear until then. Only a word or two more about the impact on sub domains would help and explaining that one can exclude them from the rewrite by adding them to the condition e.g. RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^(www|sub1|sub2)\.[NC]
  5. This part of the htaccess file in the current (and previous) PW distributions also rewrites, for me anyway, anything.mydomain.com as www.anything.mydomain.com # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # OPTIONAL: Redirect users to the 'www.' version of the site (uncomment to enable). # For example: http://www.%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]
  6. Thanks for the welcome, Netcarver and I am one and the same as TXP chap of many moons ago. I was having a problem getting the Textile module to work in 2.5 but turns out it was everything to do with me and not the module - plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. To my uninitiated eye the About Textile notes suggested that it wasn't compatible. I should have known better since you are the module's creator. I knew that at some point a project would come along that demanded a PW solution and it has. It's a redesign of an Institute's TXP based site and so I was keen to assess using Textile vs CKEditor particularly as the site's handful of authors are familiar with the former. Alanfluff, thanks for the welcome too. I remember you from the TXP forum. Have you migrated between continents as well as CMS , or is my memory playing tricks on me.
  7. Wondering if a PW 2.5 friendly version of this module is in the stocks?
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