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  1. Trying to upgrade TD to the latest version and I get this: Fatal Error: Uncaught WireException: No download URL specified in wire/modules/Process/ProcessModule/ProcessModule.module:1072 Happens both on the Modules->New and Settings->Upgrades with the upgrade module. I could upload the zip but that's not the issue. Reason for upgrade was another error message: Fatal error: Uncaught Exception: Serialization of 'Closure' is not allowed in [no active file]:0 Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in [no active file] on line 0 which auto-magically began appearing. I'm not serializing any data and the error disappears when I turn off TD. Any ideas on what's happening here?
  2. @Knubbi that's a question for Ryan in the ProDrafts forum 🙂
  3. If it's only content, there's also https://modules.processwire.com/modules/version-control/
  4. @MoritzLost True, however (unless I missed something), ProDrafts doesn't work for Repeater Matrix whereas my suggestion will work for template development. As I understand it, ProDrafts is more for checking/comparing content before committing changes. I guess it's what @Knubbi is trying to do
  5. You could use site/config .php settings, eg: <?php if ($user->hasRole('dev') { // or whatever role you assign // development templates directory $config->urls->templates = $config->urls->site . 'templates-dev/'; $config->paths->templates = $config->paths->site . 'templates-dev/'; $config->urls->fieldTemplates = $config->urls->templates . 'fields/'; $config->paths->fieldTemplates = $config->paths->templates . 'fields/'; } // other users, including the public, will see the default $config->templates & $config->paths (same for fields)
  6. Some things to try as results can vary depending on the PHP version: Be more explicit in your if statement, and turning off outputting formatting: <?php if(!empty($page->myfield_text_a) && !empty($page->myfield_text_b) && !empty($page->myfield_options) && !empty($page->myfield_date)) { $page->of(false); //.... }
  7. Some things to check which tripped me up when taking over from a previous developer: In site/config.php ensure that the template url & path are pointing to YOUR templates url & path. The default is 'template' however is customisable In Set Up ->Templates -> [your template] -> Files tab, that your template file name is not being overridden in the Alternate File Name field by something the original dev entered HTH
  8. Had the same issue as @LAPS, ie $vars not accessible in the rendered template. Fixed by including an empty array for $options, ie: <?php $vars = [ 'items' => $items, 'homepage' => pages(1), 'category' => $category ]; echo $files->render('inc/item-detail',$vars,[]);
  9. OK @AndZyk get it after the explanation but a bit confusing without that knowledge. The cursor changing to a text selector on edit threw me. Maybe turn off pointer events to let the user know it's just a display thing?
  10. @AndZyk great work. 👏 Only other feedback I have is that the buttons "What do I see?", "What do I hear" & "How does the hustle & bustle affect me?" don't go anywhere/show anything. My cursor changed from normal arrow to an 'edit' icon, not pointer on hover. Is this supposed to happen? I'm using Chrome on an iMac
  11. Check the id's of each form & its submit button If they're the same for both and depending on your embed method, both will submit when either form is submitted. Had a similar issue a while ago and changing the form ID's to be unique helped. See
  12. Thanks @SIERRA Oops! Just re-read my code and noticed a mistake. Should be: <?php if (!empty($input->get->id) { // PW way of accessing $_GET $id = $sanitizer->int($input->get->id); // Clean it up to ensure it's an integer $alertspage = $pages->get($id); // You can also do $pages->get("id=$id") if (!$alertspage instance of NullPage) { // ensure the page exists echo $alertspage->title; } else { echo "There was a problem retrieving the page with ID $id"; } } Missed the curly braces surrounding the first and last lines
  13. Think the issue may be in this line - no $ in front of id. Try: <?php if (!empty($input->get->id) // PW way of accessing $_GET $id = $sanitizer->int($input->get->id); // Clean it up to ensure it's an integer $alertspage = $pages->get($id); // You can also do $pages->get("id=$id") if (!$alertspage instance of NullPage) { // ensure the page exists echo $alertspage->title; } else { echo "There was a problem retrieving the page with ID $id"; }
  14. @Robin S Brilliant! Not quite what I needed but a great starting point. My scenario was: Didn't know the repeater item id Did know the id of a particular (page) field inside the repeater page And wanted any repeater item with that field id to be locked for editing by all, including super users. Here's what worked for me: <?php $wire->addHookAfter('Field::getInputfield', function(HookEvent $event) { $page = $event->arguments(0); if (!$page instanceof RepeaterPage) return; $inputfield = $event->return; // Only for a particular Repeater page field (fieldtype page) ID if($page->my-page-field->id !== 4486) return; // Set collapsed to Inputfield::collapsedNoLocked or Inputfield::collapsedHidden as suits $inputfield->collapsed = Inputfield::collapsedNoLocked; });
  15. Hi @SIERRA Using pure PW, you can go to Pages ->Find (in the dropdown), select your repeater template then add any other filters, eg Title - Contains Text...
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