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  1. My EFS setup is no longer running. I decided to take a more traditional approach that lets me login via ssh and make direct changes to the server. Sorry I could not be of more assistance!
  2. If I do this: <link pw-append="html-head" rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" /> <link pw-append="html-head" rel="stylesheet" href="style2.css" /> It prints it on the same line in my source code. <link pw-append="html-head" rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" /><link pw-append="html-head" rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" /> Is it possible to insert a new line after the append? Thanks!
  3. Update. It seems to go back to expected behavior if in the template code, you place the pw-append before the id but not after. The order matters. ie. This works: <div pw-append='main' id='main-content'> This does not: <div id='main-content' pw-append='main'>
  4. I also noticed if I remove the id tags off the code in the template file, it returns to the correct order. What the id tags are named does not seem to effect the order.
  5. I am working with the markup regions method, and I have noticed if I do a few pw-append groups in the same file, targeting the same id, they do not go in the same order as they are found in the file. Is that normal? Here is an example: <div id="main"></div> . (located in _main.php) Code in template file: <div id='1' pw-append='main'>First</div> <div id='2' pw-append='main'>Second</div> <div id='3' pw-append='main'>Third</div> May show on page as: <div id="main"> <div id='2'>Second</div> <div id='1'>First</div> <div id='3'>Third</div> </div> Is that expected? Thanks!
  6. I would use it
  7. As a quick patch this fixes the error: Change this: $a[trim($cropItems[1])] = trim($cropItems[0]); To this: if(count($cropItems) > 1){ $a[trim($cropItems[1])] = trim($cropItems[0]); }
  8. Very nice! I am going to do something similar on my next project!
  9. A page tree is very flexible, but I think sometimes users want to be guided more. I think the task based dashboard is the way to go as the default view in my situation. I would be interested in screenshots of any dashboards you have done in the past if you have any you an show!
  10. Icons is another good idea to make the main types stand out. Thanks!
  11. Maybe the best way to accomplish this layout would be to allow the "Pages" page to the be the home root, and the other top level types could be top level in appearance only. Just make a way to flag which pages should look top level when its building the page tree. Or better yet, maybe drop people off at a dashboard instead of the page tree with a layout similar to the above. That way I can organize it without messing with routing.
  12. Instead of putting Home at the top and all pages under home, is it possible to have Home on the same level as other pages? Or possible to have more than one top level page? See this example: Pages Home About Posts Blog Post Categories Category 1 Menus Top Bottom Media Photos Video Settings Location Website All bold pages would be top level pages with their own children. Thanks!
  13. I had to do this as well!
  14. I did some testing and it seems if I turn on PHP OPCache it hurts more than helps. Has anyone else noticed this?
  15. Its working now! I think the "npm --unsafe-perm" i did it!