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  1. Some great discussions going on here, I literally don't know where to start with the likes, quoting and commenting. For me, I have always understood that ProcessWire has been largely for Ryan and his clients, but the massive feature set has always worked for my needs (and many more peoples needs). Luckily for me when I have been looking to do certain things it has always popped up in the core a month or so later and the pro modules help me achieve what I need to with ease (albeit it in a different way to other systems*). The simple fact is, other systems* have file managers and other systems* now have their own take on content builders. Most clients have a previous system* which will definitely have a file manager, and clients will soon be asking for content builders. Yes I can use a module for the files and repeater matrix for content builders, but as Ryan said surely we already have a great starting foundation for these 2 features to break out into something awesome. Whilst a ProcessWire version doesn't have to be exactly the same and I have no doubt that less will be more compared to the theme monster that is WordPress, I think without them I am going to find it increasingly difficult to sway bigger clients decisions when their staff are managing the updates and have used other systems*. * I tried not to spray WordPress all over my post, but being in the UK, this is what a huge percentage of people have heard of, use, and I migrate them over from. And of course they love the end product, but I do think a file manager and content builder are the 2 things I need for my sales process going into 2021.
  2. Keep up the great work @Gadgetto. I love integrations like this.
  3. No need at all to apologise. We hope you and your family stay safe and well.
  4. Something similar happened to me once many years ago. Never got to the bottom of it, it has never happened again.
  5. @desbest I think a new version of Padloper 1 was released the other week fixing some things. Not sure if @kongondo has anything to do with that release or if its still @apeisa. Either way I am glad there was an update in the Padloper world. Never bought a license but I think I will now.
  6. https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ImportPagesCSV for all your import needs. I have moved Drupal sites, Wordpress sites, Joomla sites. As long as you have a good export routine, this module works flawlessly for me.
  7. cb2004

    ProcessWire on the web

    The hosting company 20i here in the UK have added ProcessWire as a 1-click install. This is a really good company, they recently advertised on FileZilla installs (may still do). Here is the announcement: https://mailchi.mp/20i/august-news-for-20i-resellers
  8. Thanks so much for your reply Adrian. In the end I went with a solution in ready.php: $members = wire('pages')->get(1302)->children; $subMembers = array(); foreach($members as $m) $subMembers[] = $m->id; And in config.php: $config->usersPageIDs = array_merge($config->usersPageIDs, $subMembers); Seems to be working ok, but what route would be best/fastest?
  9. I need to get an array of IDs in the config.php files to workaround something. Is there any way to do this, I have tried wire('pages') but dont seem to be having much joy.
  10. Bug report posted: https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/1223
  11. Yes I did try that as well, I think because there is no parent its throwing it off. Will have to be a normal template I guess with email and password field and set a cookie when they login rather than check the member role.
  12. I have a site where the members are organisations, I have setup these members using: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-core-updates-2.5.14/#multiple-templates-or-parents-for-users That way we have nice access control. Those organisations would like to give access to employees, so I went through the process again and thought these could be added below the organisation, but this time I didnt add to the $config->usersPageIDs as these would all be different (the main organisation). Everything works ok, but the user cannot be found by using $users->find("email=address"), so I cant log them in, it can be found with $users->get(2365). I have tried adding check_access=0 but nothing seems to be working, any ideas?
  13. @bernhard this only works if you type in lowercase, is there anything that can be done (I know all Font Awesome icons are named in lower)?
  14. @benbyf I am not sure what version this was added, but if you have 'PagePathHistory' installed, if you go to the 'Settings' tab in a page, you have 'What other URLs redirect to this page?' section. I then use https://modules.processwire.com/modules/process404-logger/. On big sites, I would still potentially use Jumplinks as a power tool.
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