Tom.

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  1. He's banned off the internet after I found out he was using my credit card to buy bones.
  2. I love you more than my dog.
  3. Hello, We have all our clients on ProcessWire. Even EIZO, a huge monitor manufacturer. Statistics won't make them switch, or any other thing. The only person that can make them switch is you. So what does the client really want? Just to update their website? That can be done faster and easier with ProcessWire. This is how I usually sell ProcessWire in.
  4. Yeah, I was meaning until the bug is fixed.
  5. Could you do? 1=1|Kalundborg Red 2=1035|Education Teal 3=1036|Living Orange 4=1037|Good Life Blue 5=1038|Careers Cyan Then you access it through $page->option->value
  6. @Mustafa Online The Admin Theme Uikit is ready to take to the next level by the community, however, no one has taken a grasp of that project yet. I sadly don't have the time yet to work on it, however I have ideas for it. I expect @renobird will pick it up at some point and guide the project. It will not hit master until UIkit comes out of beta, which from what they say, will be a very long time.
  7. @dweeda worth noting that you can also do $urls->templates as of 3.0.50
  8. @Andreas_D just read that you are a beginner, firstly welcome to ProcessWire. As a beginner, you couldn't have started anywhere else better. I wish I knew about ProcessWire when I started rather than struggling with WordPress. Even now I'm a professional, ProcessWire is something that grows with your skill. It really is the best CMS/CMF out there for everyone at all skills. If you have any questions or need any help, feel free to DM me, I'm always happy to help.
  9. Hi Andreas_D, This isn't due to an error or bug, it's intended Mac OSX functionality. However, it's awful. I hate when browsers change the way the page functions. Now for the work around. I would do something like this, it's not perfect, I just threw it together, but it should work in your case. $(window).on("wheel", function(e) { var delta = e.originalEvent.wheelDelta / 120; var edge = [0, $(document).height() - $(window).height()].indexOf($(this).scrollTop()); if(delta > 0 && edge == 0 || delta < 0 && edge == 1) e.preventDefault(); });
  10. @AndZyk Thank you very much!
  11. Yesterday we (Peter & Paul) launched two websites, Noiascape & Factory. Both a labour of absolute love. We are extremely proud of these and even more proud that our clients share our love for ProcessWire. Thanks for all your great work Ryan! Noiascape An architectural company based in London, Teatum & Teatum, came to us asking for a very different website promoting their unnamed development practice. Teatum & Teatum's creativity influences their buildings, we wanted to capture that in the name, brand & website we created. The name we came up with was Noia/Scape. Noia means new thinking, new approach and new direction. Scape means space, landscape, communities and places. http://www.noiascape.com Factory A multi-award winning sound design and audio facility in London, worked with us to come up with a creative idea to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. The original idea to reskin their website, turned into a rebuild using ProcessWire due to the massive improvement that ProcessWire could bring. Both to the front-end and the back-end. Factory are extremely happy with ProcessWire and are really glad they made the switch. It's always exciting when clients share our passion for ProcessWire. The main piece of work was to create art from sound and use this for a timeline of Factory's history. http://factory.uk.com Thanks Ryan & Community for all your great work and allowing front-end developers such as myself feel limitless when creating websites.
  12. I'm having trouble with sorting by repeater count. We have awards given to each work and the awards are in a repeater. Doing "sort=-awards.count" However it isn't working. Anyone got any ideas?
  13. Hello Bramwolf, As Processwire is a CMF it can do all of these. However it will require quite a lot of custom coding. If you aren't looking to do that, then you will have to use multiple platforms. Getting them to all work together, could prove a nightmare and blow your house down. For the CMS part, you could use ProcessWire and for the membership part you could also use ProcessWire and Stripe/PayPal quite easily. Personally I would suggest Stripe. Advertising platform you can use something like https://www.adbutler.com/ and plug that into ProcessWire, and for Marketing Automation you can now use something like https://mailchimp.com/features/marketing-automation/. The thing that I'll have no idea about is segmenting you users based on personal interest, pages they have visited etc. To me that will be your biggest bulk of work as to track all of this is big data and will require crazy optimisation or a huge database.
  14. Also worth noting @cosmicsafari that you can limit page view permission without the need of a module Edit the template you want permissions for, go to Access and untick View for your user role.
  15. 404 on /processwire doesn't say to me that this is a permission error. Also I don't believe you can remove the administration role from the initial admin account without taking from the database. Have you changed the url to the login page? Can you echo out <?=$page->editUrl?> this will give you the url with the admin panel.