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  1. ...couldn't resist to fork it and clean the code of this framework a little bit if i get the time...
  2. at this time the repeatermatrix wasn't there and i've time to go as far as i could take it for the UI. And yes edit is within modal mode. It works even on an actual 3.x installation so far. To go to the point where bard is better i would go a different route today and take a deeper look into frontend editing of this all the heavy lifting like preview and how the repeater looks a all obsolet. Since i edit the content how every visitor get it. Just some frontend links to add the predefined blocks of a repeater field and we would be much more flexible on that topic like bard is now...;)
  3. i build a full block using prerendering system for some the ui could be managed to work closely like the example above. It is much work and not so trivial, but at the end it is a great interface...(i build this this is running on some 2.7er installations)
  4. nothing fancy i just drop the extrem use of shadows and converted it fits a little bit normal in the PW: calendar.css custom_1.css but notice it is just a proof of concept - not browsertested - just some fast playing. Best regard mr-fan
  5. Thank you Robin - will try asap! [ot]At the moment i'm a little but lethal snuffy...and could not think clearly (i think it is deadly man-flu). So don't think i'm to lazy to search a solution...i'm not...i've read your code and it was clear for me that my question was silly...i'm just standing a little beside me but i think that the peak of my desease is done. [/ot] Best regards mr-fan
  6. Has anyone a script to get all specific pages that uses a special hanna code... give me me all pages with [[my-hanna-code]] in use? regards mr-fan
  7. Bernhard i wrote it and i repeat it you are really my hero - the admin/backend was always a ? to me since i was flashed about all the options on the frontendside with the API, creating some little modules or changing some or using small hooks to get some results are the level i was before i read your tutorials and examples...:) Wanna share a really cool example im playing with this responsive calendar plugin: in an easy process module i get some results like this (with some CSS tweaks): This is with the example data from but it works like a charm and is seemless responsive within the PW admin. Code i used on the PW side is really easy: now i'm getting hands dirty on trigger some booking data and some actionbuttons... Thank you for sharing your knowlegde! I wish you a healthy and successfull year - best regards mr-fan
  8. triggered Wish all a good time the next two weeks!
  9. First could build a tree branch like: -questions_options --yes --no --don't care --could be changed...later and use a reapeaterfield for your you can "use" this kind of quiz on every page/template you need it... in the repeaterfield you setup your questions in the simplest mode with a textfield and a pagefield (using the question_options childpages...) to set the right answer - rendering on frontend is obvious with a simple foreach i think. tricky would be to save the entries from users....this would be more complex...;)
  10. Hi, yes you can work with simple repeaters for all questions of a form. For yes/no answers you can use a pagefield or fieldtypeoptions (pagefield would be more flexible if you need more features)... So you could render the form inputfields from the repeater field on frontend. You are on the right track. Best regards mr-fan
  11. the only userfriendly take that i know is going with the repeater matrix or pagetable route, in one project i drilled it with PageTableExtended with rendered Output on Admin Side and different "blocks" of content that a editor could add such as galleries, maps, text with image right or left....and full control over markup on frontend. WYSIWYG with full power is always a mess...on every system. If i've time to play i would try out a combination of repeater matrix for the storage in admin and some kind of "add block" layer on frontend with frontend edit for the single user works complete in frontend....this would be one step more userfriendly since everyone see instant like it is rendered in frontend...but that is just in my mind for now
  12. PW does alter/check every URL that is requested, you need to map it with url segment/url vars and make check if the urls that the script need are blocked. For using external scripts right you have to bootstrap processwire in your script so you can save and find the data via the API. For me i would go and setup the fields and templates in processwire and just simple use the calendar generation and you could use the HTML, JS and CSS and replace the PHP magic with PW API magic....this yould be much more flexible on the long run. regards mr-fan
  13. Just to clarify... a) you wanna integrate this tool into processwire? or b) you wanna use this script beside a processwire website?
  14. Thank you very much...very easy entry on this topic....the last years i used AdminCustomPages but this is a little bit outdated since 3.x so this will be the only way to go. Best regards from the neighborhood
  15. you can simple use things like $posts = $pages->find("template=blog-entry, categorySelect=$category, limit=10"); or your example with count() to be more efficient on big datasets...