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  1. Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, but I’m getting the following error after updating to 3.0.29. Error: Call to a member function add() on null (line 629 of …/wire/modules/Process/ProcessPageEdit/ProcessPageEdit.module) This error happens in these cases: When trying to edit pages created prior to the 3.0.29 update. It happens **after** step 1 when creating a **new** page. By step 1 I'm referring to the initial create page screen where we assign a Title to a page. Submitting that page throws no errors, but an error is thrown when trying to save on step 2 (where we fill in all other fields). It happens when deleting a page.
  2. Did you find a fix to this? I'm also finding that that code block **doesn't** work either. I'm running PW 3.0.27
  3. Forgot to say thanks, though. I'm going to dive into the first 2 you created sometime this week. Thanks kindly.
  4. Would love to see a simple tut on using hooks from a front-end form. Like if a form creates or saves a PW page, can I take the value of a user ID in that saved form/page, and then use that ID to update an altogether different page.
  5. Thanks man! Exactly what I needed.
  6. I'm eager to try version 3. Is it in a usable state for production sites? I've got a site that is lite duty, more brochure-like and isn't using custom modules.
  7. I’ve got a site that’s hosted in a shared environment. When I try to use ProcessWire’s caching, content changes in the admin are not reflected on the front-end. Turning off cache, resolves it immediately. Doing some research, I found this message on another thread: According to my hosting company with regards to their set-up: So my question is if there’s anything I can do to get ProcessWire’s caching working in my case. None of the cache options (page-level, site level, etc. ) work in my case.
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