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  1. Glad you stopped that infectious thing before it could take CTRL of world domination! 🙂
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    MarkupSrcSet

    Nothing in sight, how could that work? Only setting webp urls, or somehow combined with fallback to non-webp format?
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    Porfolio of Imre Baksa

    Update 2019-11 I'm learning Angular nowadays and this project seemed to be a perfect one for a rewrite. I planned to do that beforehands mainly because of the design and slowliness (frontend issues) anyways. I kept PW as the API source, so I could use the current admin as before. The major change was to remove all template files except for "admin", and added a new "api" template. Of course a bunch of frontend modules were also removed, eg. TemplateLatteReplace. Things are determined in ready.php. There's also a saveMeta() function that creates a meta.json file on the server, that is to be able to dynamically update the Open Graph meta (and page title) in the Angular entry point "index.php" (renamed from "index.php"). See more about this here. There was some unforeseen issues during the development but mostly on the Angular/.htaccess side. ProcessWire itself was easy to handle, my biggest concern was to design the JSON response in an easy-to-process way. Although the initial load may take slightly more time, the speed and responsibility is almost instant afterwards. Images and video thumbs need additional requests but otherwise everything is very snappy. You can read some more about the site on my blog.
  4. I have also used Eleventy to convert some sites to static, used together with Netlify to automate the build and deploy process. It's also a great tool if you need to just generate some complex html (or actually any type of textual document). I even used it to generate .NET model files based on a list of properties to save time.
  5. I see, and it's caused by the template and field edit links submodule. I've tried a few things like prioritizing hooks and changing the execution order but no luck so far.
  6. Thanks both, it's been fixed in v2.0.20. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  7. It's not my module but @Robin S's, just to make it clear :)
  8. Do you have your test files in subdirectories? The breadcrumb should show the subdirectory names (paths). On configurable I meant the "Show breadcrumbs" checkbox above the test list.
  9. Worth mentioning this module here: https://modules.processwire.com/modules/template-field-widths/ GIF: https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1538852/49207167-0cbef100-f419-11e8-965a-ca46b4f256d1.gif
  10. I like the developer satisfacion coming through these lines 🙂
  11. Perhaps using something like $str = function { return if (function_exists('__')) { return __('key'); } ), or something along these lines? Just a quick idea from mobile 🙂
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    SeoMaestro

    Ok, in theory you can circumwent this by creating the missing .latte file and in there include the SeoMaestro module's php file.
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    SeoMaestro

    I see. Unfortunately I don't have this issue but perhaps it's a version mismatch or a result of your template setup (I see "controllers" in the path). I can try to reproduce if you tell these details. Anyway, it's sure not SeoMaestro module's fault, maybe this thread could be merged to the main Latte one?
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    SeoMaestro

    In the Latte module settings add the template name to the excluded templates list.
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