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  1. Sorry, I should have explained myself better in my first post. I would just like to export the assets and group them in folders with the name/title of the page they are used in. It is just for organizing the archiving the assets, because many are only available in the CMS right now. So instead of folder „1234“, „2345“ etc. with the assets for page „Foo“, I want one folder „foo“ with all the assets of this page. Thank you, your script seems to go in the right direction. I will try to modify it for my needs. 👍
  2. Hello, we have many projects as pages containing images inside regular image fields and repeater matrix elements. Now we would like to organize our assets. ProcessWire saves assets with id as folder name and makes separate folders for repeater matrix elements. Is there a way to collect all assets of one page and export them in a folder with the page name/title? I think I could achieve this by using the command line wget for this website or maybe by a hook. But maybe someone has done this before. 😉 Regards, Andreas
  3. Hello @eelkenet, I had that issue on my local MAMP server, when this feature was introduced. I tried this config option, but for me it doesn't work at all. Is it mandatory to edit your .htaccess? Because strategies 1 and 2 didn't work for me, I use strategy 3 with an own config variable ($config->useWebP) and disable WebP on my local MAMP server. Regards, Andreas
  4. I know this is nit picking, but you could also validate the HTML for your responsive images: https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dothiscookingthing.de%2F Many people don't care about HTML validation, but I find it important. 😉 Regards, Andreas
  5. I would recommend using the third WebP strategy for that. 😉
  6. Sorry for my late response, I am more interested in other things right now. There are some great discussions about layout builders at the moment, that I have to catch up and I find it great, because all those new API methods and modules are great, but for me more important is how content can be more flexibel for clients. 🙂 Since you want to here my opinion on this topic: This demo is looking great for a proof of concept and funny thing is, that I had to work with the YOOtheme builder on a WordPress website a month before and thought myself: This is a nice layout builder. Especially how you can make new sections with grids, duplicate them and so on. And all with a live preview. 🤩 One downside was, that you have some many options in the YOOtheme builder to build your own layouts, that it can be confusing some times and you have to search for a few minutes. As for your proof of concept: It is really nice, but if the data would be stored only in the module, I would not use it. Because if something changes in ProcessWire (maybe in version 4) or you would not update the module anymore, I would have to migrate tons of data in the core fields again. I try to build websites with core fields only, that are still working in years and I had to work with projects before, where everything was build around a module that didn't got support be the third-party developer anymore. If it would be possible to combine the power of ProcessWire and its custom fields inside a layout builder field, where the data still would be there without the layout builder field, that would be awesome. So the layout builder would just be an enhancement of the existing structure, instead of the whole structure. I think I will wait for Ryans take on this and you are probably still busy with Padloper 2, but thank you for this proof of concept. It is nice to have people like you, that are driving ProcessWire forward. 👍 Regards, Andreas
  7. Sorry, if I wasn't clear enough in my suggestion: I was just referring to the new Blocks and especially the Layout feature in Kirby 3.5 (linked in my previous post), which looks awesome, although I haven't tried it yet. But I could imagine something similar in ProcessWire and think that should be possible. If the Layout feature would be a pro module, I would be glad to pay for it. It was only my intention to give a pointer what a similar product is offering. 😉
  8. I also wish you all a happy new year. 😀 I know that I am late to the party, and most of my wishes are already mentioned I think, but for the "Flexible content or page building" you could look at your competitor. 😉 Regards, Andreas
  9. I have used session variables in combination with ProCache a few times and it always worked. But that is just my experience.
  10. Hello @B3ta, you could save the decision with a session variable (set). Then you could check (get) if a session variable is set and don't display the modal. As far as I know are session variables and ProCache working good together. Regards, Andreas
  11. AndZyk

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    Kirby 3.5 is now released and the Blocks + Layout feature looks awesome. Something I still miss in ProcessWire. I know for Blocks we have the Repeater Matrix and you could use it for layouts too, but its not that intuitive in the back-end in my opinion. A module like the Layout feature of Kirby would be really awesome. 🙃 By the way, they have a really good marketing strategy in promoting their features. At least it is working for me. 😀
  12. This happened to me again and is a reason for me not to use this module again. I don't have access to the support board right now, but it would be great if someone could get this to @ryans attention. Regards, Andreas
  13. Here is a script I made for the import of thousands of customers. You have to save this as shell script (f. e. sync-customers.php.sh), make the script executable and execute it via command line (./sync-customers.php.sh).
  14. I also would recommend to write your own shell script and bootstrap ProcessWire. You could use for example the PHP League CSV composer package and write your own import script where you save the CSV entries as pages via the API. 😉 It is not that hard and you can import large data this way. If you want to, I could post an example. Regards, Andreas
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