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  1. Hello, SUBJ 1× PHP Warning: Illegal string offset '_width' in .../www/wire/core/Pageimage.php:627 1× PHP Warning: Illegal string offset '_height' in .../www/wire/core/Pageimage.php:628 1× PHP Warning: Cannot use a scalar value as an array in .../www/wire/core/Pageimage.php:627 1× PHP Warning: Cannot use a scalar value as an array in .../www/wire/core/Pageimage.php:628 http://pwdemo.bepass.work/news/primer-novosti/
  2. Hello. My name is Alexey, I'm a designer. So it turned out that I got carried away by ProcessWire and made several sites (links below the post). I have a desire to make template sites for sale on various markets (where possible), as well as on my own site. I'm clear understand the difference between ProcessWire and WordPress and it's not about templates, but about simple, ready-made solutions that can been easily customized if necessary. I would like to discuss here the possibility of such activities in particular the rights of modules authors. Consider for example a hypothetical site: A simple corporate site in which (commercial and non-commercial) modules are used: AdminTheme BatchChildEditor ClearCacheAdmin EmailNewUser FieldtypeColorPicker FieldtypeMatrix FieldtypeMultiplier FieldtypeRangeSlider FieldtypeRepeaterMatrix FieldtypeSelect FieldtypeTable FieldtypeTextareas FormBuilder ImportPagesCSV InputfieldCKEditor MarkupSimpleNavigation MarkupSitemapXML PageEditPerUser PageTreeAddNewChildsReverse ProcessCustomUploadNames ProcessDatabaseBackups ProcessExportProfile ProcessTemplateEditor ProcessWireUpgrade TextformatterAutoLinks TextformatterVideoEmbed Obviously the use of commercial modules should be discussed with Cramer (or others) personally but can I use non-commercial ones in the similar projects? In general maybe this has already been discussed? —— Some of my works of PW: http://www.twenty-studio.ru/ http://ekaterinburg.guide/ http://bonus.koriphey.ru/ http://trustural.ru/ bonus.koriphey.ru http://plus.koriphey.ru/
  3. Aha, thank you. But I've used sitemap template instead. That's simple and flexible.
  4. Hello! Thanks for the module and could ask a question how can I exclude pages with certain templates? Or children of?
  5. Most of all I'm UX and frontend designer so that's not a problem to make a kind of static js slider. Of course, this project has a very small amount of site visitors, and I will cache main page and sections. A plain pages I leave uncached. But it would be ideal if it should be possible to cache entire page and leave only a fragment. This is inverse case to the markup cache module usage. It just interesting to me to understand the limits of.
  6. In any case, thanks for the replies. I'll experiment with caching in the future.
  7. Not a PW solution. It always available. And in addition in this case all images must been preloaded or ajax loaded. Right? Again, this is perfect solution but the question rather about caching abilities.
  8. No, have not tried it yet. Only read about it but if I understand correctly, I have to mark elements in the cache by parts, I'm afraid it will complicate the design and also may potentially cause overload. No? to Soma — yes but... ))
  9. Tell me please, is it possible to cache entire page with the exception of some part of it. For example I need to load a new random image with every new page update but all others parts of page should be cached for months. PS this page: http://ekaterinburg.guide/souvenirs-from-ural/skul-ptura-iz-bronzy (may disappear later on a production site) btw: thanks for all PW developers for engine )))
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