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  1. AndZyk

    Hello @MarcoPLY, I am glad this post helped you. JSON-LD is the recommended format for structured data. JSON-LD is JSON for Linked Data. Adding structured data with JSON-LD inside <body> is still valid, but usually it is placed inside <head> for better separation. Most of search engine specific code goes inside <head>. You could try the jsonld.js preprocessor, but I think it would be easier just to use PHP, since that is the easiest way to get data from ProcessWire. As far as I know is Google Tag Manager a different tool. Google Tag Manager is great for example online shops, where you want to track the customer experience. It seems to be an analytics tool for internal analytics, but has probably no effect on search results. But I have never used Google tag manager, just watched a few videos, so I could be wrong. Hello @dragan, Breadrcumbs has worked for me, although it is not very useful on websites with only one parent-page. Searchbox, Organization and Article hasn't worked for me. I don't think they will neglect structured data, but the support seems to be lacking. On Google I/O 2017 for example they announced upgrades to the Structured Data Testing Tool, but the upgrade doesn't seem to be available yet. In my opinion I am not that convinced of structured data compared to the time I have wrote this post. The extra effort is not that time consuming, but the results are a little bit disappointing. So I can totally understand if you don't want to bother with it. Regards, Andreas
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    In our use case we needed to import thousands of CSV entries automatically per cronjob. So we ended up with a little shell script using the CSV package by the League of Extraordinary Packages and custom logic to import the CSV entries as pages. This wasn't that difficult thanks to the Composer integration of ProcessWire. Regards, Andreas
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    That one bothers me also always and would be such a easy thing to solve. Disabling source maps in the developer tools is also no option for me, because I use source maps in my projects.
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    Hello, this module is great and I was wondering: Is it possible to use this module inside a template via API functions? Is it possible to set a cron job to automate the import? Or would you recommend for this job to install an package via composer and to write your own logic? I am looking forward for your suggestions. Regards, Andreas
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    Flickity is my favorite slider at the moment, but if you use a framework like UIkit, there usually is slideshow component.
  6. AndZyk

    You are a mind reader. Now the error is gone, thank you.
  7. AndZyk

    Maybe it has been asked before, but when I have TracyDebugger disabled I get this error in the console of my developer tools: Could this be avoided by a try-catch block? It is not too important, but it would be great to not have this error. And I cannot mention enough how great your module is. It helped me a lot of times.
  8. AndZyk

    As mentioned in the documentation of Slick, you need to add your scripts (jQuery and Slick) at the end of your closing body tag: Right now you add your scripts before. Usually it shouldn't matter, but it seems to be in this case.
  9. Hello @suntrop, have you considered using the fieldtype Map Marker for storing your coordinates? Maybe you already have your reasons why you choose the ProField Textareas. I am just curious. This fieldtype would be a better fit for your need. Also in case you have an active license, you could ask in the dedicated ProFields Textareas thread this question. As far as I know, language packs don't change any output on the front-end. Regards, Andreas
  10. AndZyk

    Hello @ROLAND_JUNO As mentioned, just put your Google Analytics Tracking-Code before the closing </head> inside your template files. Depending on your template strategy it could be either in an include or a _main.php, so you don't have to put it in every template file. Regards, Andreas
  11. AndZyk

    Just my opinion, but I don't quite understand whats the benefit to get rid of one dependency to immediately replace it with another dependency. I have no experience with VueJS or Angular yet, but as far as I can see, you would be completely dependent on one of those frameworks. In this case I'm maybe a little bit old school, but I like jQuery and also don't understand, why everybody wants to get rid of it as fast as possible. Also the comparison of ProcessWires API with jQuery was on of the first things, that got me interested. Luckily it is not our decision to decide.
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    Hello @mike62, I haven't used Slick yet, but on the website it says: You are using jQuery 1.2.6. So maybe you should try an newer version of jQuery, because 1.2.6 is really old. Regards, Andreas
  13. Of course you are right. I should have looked closer at your code.
  14. Thanks @abdus and @adrian, I was able to grab the clear password with the Password:setPass hook and saved it into a session variable to pass it between my module functions. Of course I clear the session variable afterwards.
  15. Hello, can somebody tell me, if it is possible to get the clear password of an InputfieldPassword inside a module, before it is encrypted? I have made a custom module which sets the password of an Auth0User after the hook publishReady with a random generated password. When I try to get a clear password from a InputfieldPassword in this hook, it is of course already encrypted (which is of course good). But is there a hook before the encryption, so I could get it one time to send it to Auth0? If there is not such thing, could be another possibility to add a jQuery script to get the value directly from the DOM and save it somewhere temporarily? I know this might be an unusual question, but I would appreciate any feedback. Regards, Andreas