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  1. Ha ha yes, I feel so silly because this isn't the first time this exact issue has caused me to look for the culprit for about an hour, to finally post on a forum in desperation... only to find the bloody typo just 5 minutes later! I'm alwats torn between blaming Windows / MacOS for not being case sensitive and exact enough, or myself for sticking with CamelCase. Thanks for understanding 😄
  2. Typical. Just as I submit the topic, I find the solution. Turns out I just made a CamelCase boo boo with the filename: Defaultpage.php had to be DefaultPage.php. Sorry to waste your time.
  3. I seem to have some issues with the use of $config->usePageClasses introduced in ProcessWire 3.0.167. I've set it to true so I can use Page Classes. Works perfectly on my own machine, but not on my Staging server. I get the following error: Look out… Error: Exception: Method Page::renderHeading does not exist or is not callable in this context (in wire/core/Wire.php line 544) The method renderHeading() is part of the DefaultPage class. It seems the staging server ignores the classes entirely, as a var_dump() turns out the page is not of the DefaultPage class but the standard Page
  4. No, I simply moved them to a local directory, hoping that would be sufficient. Uploading them via the admin seemed to work, thank you! I'm still curious as to what is the difference (what uploading them via the admin actually does apart from storing the file). I could not find a "translation" system template, did you perhaps mean the language_files_site system Field? That one seems to have an option to allow for overwriting files.
  5. A client of mine wants his translations being done by an external agency. I've showed them the Site Translation Files and they can deliver me the required translations in the same JSON format. I went about it by first making some translation files for each language, so there's an ID and all the fields get an identifier. The intent is to give them the file, they change the content, and we place those files back. From there I've done some testing and it appears we could simply change the content of these files, as long as the JSON format is being respected. Whenever I changed something, th
  6. I have a big collection of Pages with a template called page-product. These products have a few fields describing their properties. Now my client wants to split this template into various types of products, each with their own set of properties. The most obvious solution would be to make a few new specific templates, like page-product-foo or page-product-bar. Doing this would also mean rewriting a lot of existing selector logic. So what I could also do, is allow the client to append a child to the Product that has these properties. For me that would be a good solution, but for my client this m
  7. Thanks guys, but I'm indeed aware how Google works 😃 and had hoped to find a less hacky way of doing things then straight up SQL. The weird this is that when I try to collect the language setting from a user via a selector and $pages, I don't get the actual field value - I get the value in the $user object instead. Something that works around this would also work well for me.
  8. I'm updating a website that is about a year old. The site has two languages: Dutch (default) and English. Now the clients wants English to become the default language. The site has a ton of translations already, so changing the default language in the backend is not really an option. So I'm looking for a way to simulate that behaviour, but in my experience doing it with redirects will lead to messy and unwanted behaviour. Can anyone tell me what the proper way of doing this is?
  9. Hi there! I am making a webapp where the admin can create Surveys, Questions and Answers. These are all Pages with a normal Parent / Child relationship. I want to prevent the admin from making changes to a Survey or it's children as soon as the submissions roll in. For that purpose I am using this code inside a hook, which basicly checks what template the soon-to-be-saved page is. I then find the proper Survey and check whether we have submissions for that Survey in an external table: public function testSave($event) { $page = $event->arguments('page'); $survey = nul
  10. If the server would have a classic timeout on a foreach() it wouldn't serve the page at all... but it does. I'll check the logs as soon as I have access again. Hosting company changed it's control panel... I'll check that module! It goes a bit against the intent of the application to be dependent on superuser actions, but at the very least I learn a few more tricks. I also uploaded a bulk of images on the local server. This one behaves more natural. The first request I do times out due to trying to compress 303 images in a single request. When I do a second request, many images are alread
  11. I have an image gallery based on an Image field with about 300 images in it. That caused a little issues with uploading, since it's on a shared host I had to do that piecemeal in order to not overload the server. I kept refreshing the frontend of that page to make sure the server doesn't run out of memory compressing the images, as such an amount obviously requires thumbnails. After 160 images the frontend no longer updates. I can add images to the backend, but they are not shown on the frontend. The images field is not limited in any way. Is there a cap to the amount of images uploaded to a s
  12. Hello there! I have a question about translations in external files. I remember a topic I started about a year ago about the subject, but I can't find it at the moment. In that topic I had some issues getting translations to work in PHP includes in templates. The solution was the way these files were included. Now I have a similar problem, but it's a bit different. So far I've been able to let external files communicate with the ProcessWire API by including the index file. Imagine that you'd make a folder named ajax in the site folder. Any AJAX script stored there can access the $pages va
  13. Amazing how simple ProcessWire stuff can be to implement! Having no fall back is fine, but thanks for that heads up.
  14. Wow, thanks for your speedy reply @BitPoet! This worked like a charm. I didn't realize the input class was only required for templates. Will this play nice with multi language websites, by the way? I might was well implement multi language support right away.
  15. Hi there! I'm writing a module for a website, and it needs to store a bit of text. This works fine: $inputfields = parent::getInputfields(); $message = $this->modules->get('InputfieldTextarea'); $message->attr('name', 'message'); $message->label = 'Message'; $message->required = true; $message->set("inputfieldClass", "InputfieldCKEditor"); $inputfields->add($message); ...except the part about the inputfieldClass. Is it possible to make these fields have a "CKEditor" instead? My client would need to add a little markup.
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