Miguel Scaramozzino

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  1. Miguel Scaramozzino

    This is amazing. Migrations are the only feature I really missed from my FuelPHP days, a framework I stopped using after switching to PW. Cannot wait to try this out, thank you very much!
  2. Miguel Scaramozzino

    I've installed the PayPal PHP SDK package using Composer and it got automatically loaded and I'm using it without doing anything else. This is really great, thank you Ryan!
  3. Miguel Scaramozzino

    I've set $config->sessionFingerprint to 0 and it's working perfectly now, thank you Adrian!
  4. Miguel Scaramozzino

    I'm having problems with a PW 2.7.3 instalation on PagodaBox. The user logins via backend or frontend and after a few page loads the user gets logged out for no apparent reason. I've tried both file and db sessions. Also at first I was using the LoginPersist module, but I also tried uninstalling it. Sessions seem to timeout about 60 seconds after login, sometimes they last only a few seconds. The exact same code doesn't show this problem on my development (Windows/Apache) and testing (Ubuntu/Apache) servers, but my PagodaBox production instances are constantly logging out the users. BTW I have 2 web instances, 1 mysql, 1 network storage (for site/assets) and 1 worker that processes the email queue in the background. I'm using PHP 5.6 with no strange extensions, just the usual ones (mysql, pdo, gd, curl, etc). Any ideas will be really appreciated!
  5. Miguel Scaramozzino

    If the original HTML template (before it was converted to WP) is a good one, you should get very good HTML code, and it should be as easy as using any other HTML template. I've done it and the results were great, no repeated code, no messy stuff, and really quick, just a couple of hours at most.
  6. Miguel Scaramozzino

    What I did once was downloading the entire template using a web crawler software like HTTrack. That leaves you with a simple HTML copy of the otherwise PHP/WP template. And then you can use it as you wish with ProcessWire.