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  1. Hi @benbyf Perhaps you should check out this forum thread: Try it if you've already upgraded to PHP 8
  2. @LAPS I too use LPR to add pictures to user profile. Usually the user's image files are in the user's folder. As example: https://mysite.pw/site/assets/files/41/cot.jpg And such pictures are available to everyone, unless you specify otherwise. You can change this behavior in the user template by enabling access control.
  3. @LAPS Use the user page as a normal page. Any user fields can be shown if you have not set a ban in the template. <?php $usr = $users->get('id='.$user_id); if(empty($usr->photo)){ echo "Photo empty"; }else{ echo "<img src='",$usr->photo->httpUrl,"' />"; } ?>
  4. @bernhard It wasn't really a website. It's a catalog of machine parts for the company. We were then looking for a CMS that could display the hierarchical structure of the catalog well. In addition, we needed the templates to have a different structure for different types of parts. One of our young programmers at the time said: there is a great American CMS - ProcessWire, it is perfect for our task. That was in 2012. In any case, we finished this project in 2012. I found a backup now. We used ryancramerdesign-ProcessWire v 2.2 In 2013, we moved our windsurfing store project from a self-described CMS to PW 2.4. By the way, the self-written CMS has been around since 2000. At that time @Soma cheatsheet helped us much. We still maintain that project, but have updated PW each time for new features from @ryan. Back then, there was no PW module for a full-fledged store. But in 2012, @apeisa published an example of such a module Shop-for-ProcessWire. We took it as a basis and now it is a working online shop. In fact, I made my first site in 1994, and it is now also converted to PW. It was such a long story with a happy ending.
  5. @ryan What I love about PW is that you can do the craziest projects with it. The flexibility of PW allows you to implement anything from a payment terminal to an e-book with maps. And even the older versions remain reliable and work as designed. I have PW version 2.3 running somewhere - no complaints from customers. This is a genius invention. Thanks. I hope to post a new project on PW here soon that implements a remote medical equipment management system.
  6. Hi @7Studio Very clean and concise design. Beautiful work. Progressive layout technology. About multilingualism. I recommend to include multilingual features at the very beginning of the site. Otherwise there may be problems that you will have to solve from the beginning.
  7. @fruid I looked for a solution on the forum. I couldn't find it. I had to write an answer for future generations.
  8. Make a static page 404.html Fix the line in the .htaccess file From ErrorDocument 404 /index.php to ErrorDocument 404 /404.html Also, it would be useful to read the article "Optimizing 404 requests in Processwire"
  9. Discovered another bizarre situation. If you upload a video in webm format, the video is uploaded to the editor, but it is not saved. This does not happen with the mp4 video format. The mp4 format is saved and displayed in the frontend.
  10. I was able to install without errors. With the configuration utf8 MyISAM When a delete COLLATE=utf8mb4_0900_ai_ci Other way with configuration utf8mb4 MyISAM - gives an error: A SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1115 Unknown character set: 'utf8mb4mb3' My version MySQL 5.5.62
  11. Some as this problem with installation: SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1273 Unknown collation: 'utf8mb4_0900_ai_ci' Created DB - utf8_bin Server version: 5.5.62 - MySQL Community Server (GPL) Database client version: libmysql - mysqlnd 7.4.30 Here was this collision, I think: CREATE TABLE `textformatter_video_embed` ( `video_id` varchar(128) NOT NULL, `embed_code` varchar(1024) NOT NULL DEFAULT '', `created` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, `data` text, PRIMARY KEY (`video_id`), KEY `created` (`created`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8mb4 COLLATE=utf8mb4_0900_ai_ci; in file - install.sql
  12. Ready to participate in beta testing. It is definitely an interesting development.
  13. @ID Studio Web Agency Sometimes creativity is a delight. The 3D editor in PW is very cool.
  14. Hi @bernhard Thanks for the quick response. I see that you changed the status of RockForms to [deprecated]. Can I practice on the old version or have the terms of use changed? If the module became paid, what are the terms of use for the new module?
  15. Hi @bernhard RockForms looks extremely intriguing. I should definitely give it a try. However, I haven't found how to use the datepicker in the form. Does it have to be external or I just don't get it?
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