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  1. arjen

    Hi tandpasta, The pagination workings of ProcessWire are really well documented. Based on your fieldname (bestanden) you are not using pages but a file field? Not sure if this is possible, it might.
  2. You can't send variables through extends. I don't use this module, but you can include variables like this: {% include('engagement.twig') with: {'title': 'your title here'} %} In your engagement.twig you have access to "title". When you want variables on a higher level you can create another block in your base.twig. Read more here.
  3. Of course. For instance when I have a website for a company called "Hello Inc" and this company is located in three addresses I would create a Multiplier field for the textareas. This field is only used for outputting the three addresses on the contact page. This Street Address field would feel a bit too much for the editors to maintain. Also an error is quickly spotted since there are only three addresses. On the other hand I'm prototyping a database which may hold 1000's of companies. I would definitely use this field because I want it to be accessible and queryable. Therefore the data structure is more essential.
  4. Thanks! This is a difficult one. I've have created so many times different fields and used textareas. Each choice will bite you in the end. It really depends. When you have a several addresses for a company you want to output on a website I would not use this field. When you are building a directory/database of companies or other users I would definitely use this, because you want the data to be structured.
  5. Thanks! I have a rather long commute this evening, so if my phone carrier won't fail me, lot's of time to update and test it.
  6. Thanks, I wasn't looking at spelling per se, but more like the ones in your example. For instance the "eastVILLe street" example. I've looked (the LibAddressInput repo and Google) this morning, but can't seem to find where I can check this. Any clue?
  7. The lay-out works fine, but unfortunately no hints on the wrongly spelled address or postal codes. Is this supposed to work in Dutch? Also, when I type in a city and thereafter empty the field I am getting an js error:
  8. These hints are awesome. Really nice UX @netcarver!
  9. arjen

    I've stumbled into this as well in the past. Most users I've shown the Actions don't really get the current concept. They either forget they are performing actions on all or they forget to filter at all. Ryan came up with some solutions. Personnaly I would like an gmail approach so make sure the user is as notified as possible of what is going to happen. The current UX doesn't really cut it. A modal could work too.
  10. arjen

    We use Forecast for these kind of planning. You might get some inspiration from there. It could be possible with PW, but I wouldn't reinvent the wheel when there are other tools.
  11. arjen

    And the legendary post of building custom admin pages by @bernhard
  12. arjen

    You might want to checkout this awesome module called Duplicator. You can easily migrate complete installations from one host to another.
  13. arjen

    You are in search for a Single Sign On (SSO) solution. You might want to check out this SAML SSO ProcessWire module. Or you might want to check out other PHP SSO of SAML solutions.
  14. Totally missed this one. And this one. Thanks for wrapping this up!
  15. arjen

    Hi @desbest, you also might want to check out this 404 logger module by kixe.