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Gideon So

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  1. Hi, No need to concatenate your output which means no need to use <?php $content .= page()->your field; ?>. Just do this: <?php echo page()->your field; ?> Gideon
  2. Hi, If you do not login to the system. Your code surely return a null page array. Please check if you are login when you check the result. Gideon
  3. Hi @Anton, Glad to hear that you solved the problem by yourself. Good job. Gideon
  4. What I would do is: 1. go to the directory that your db tables stay to check if the pages table exists. If it does exists go to step 2, otherwise go find your db backup if any. 2. repair the table with myisamchk / phpmyadmin repair table option 3. see if the site works properly. Gideon
  5. Are you sure the Apache rewrite module loads properly? Gideon
  6. Yeah!! Long time Linux user. From Fedora Core 1 (2003) to Fedora 30 (2019). Very happy. Gideon
  7. Seem this is a bug when set limit to 1. I will file a bug report to github. https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/961 Gideon
  8. Hi, I have a image field which set limit to 1 and it works fine until I upgrade the core to 3.0.137. Everytime I try to upload a image to the field, it causes the following error: Recoverable Fatal Error: Argument 1 passed to ProcessWire\Pageimage::setOriginal() must be an instance of ProcessWire\Pageimage, null given, called in /home/web/processwire/WireCore-3.0/core/PageimageVariations.php on line 257 and defined (line 1334 of /home/web/processwire/WireCore-3.0/core/Pageimage.php) When I reload the page and try to edit the page, the backend looks like the following screenshot. The old image is not deleted. And I found that the image record still exists in the database. Any clue is welcome. Gideon
  9. Hi @JeevanisM, Let me see. You should have code like this: <a href="<?php echo $page->pagefile->httpUrl; ?>">Click here to download</a> The code above should output a link to download the file. Gideon
  10. Hi @iNoize, Go check your FB app settings and remove all unnecssary permission. Gideon
  11. Hi @JeevanisM, Try this: echo $page->pagefile->httpUrl; $page: the current page pagefile: the page file field httpUrl: the full url of the pagefile The whole statement means echo the full url of the pagefile in current page. Hope this helps. Gideon
  12. WOW. This is very impressive. Gideon
  13. Imho, This functionality really should be in the core Gideon
  14. Hi @Vaei, Oh. Yeah. I was on the bus when typing. Glad that you make it right yourself. Gideon
  15. Hi @Vaei, You can do this by adding a css style to the head bar. HTML <header class="fixed-top"> Your menu here </header> CSS .fixed-top { position: fixed; top: 0; } Gideon
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