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  1. A weird way to protect against DDoS but ok... Fingers crossed they will find a fix soon.
  2. There is this the fieldtype Color module and the ColorPicker module. You could get you a copy of those, dig through the code to see how they have done it. That's the way I would go in this case. Afterwards I'd take an existing 3rd-party tool or library (GPL oder MIT license) and implement it somehow.
  3. You probably shouldn't change ProcessWire's .htaccess file at all for this kind of redirect. Easiest fix: change the external.tld redirect itself and add that subpage URL.
  4. It should work but as said before: Get a working backup first! Thinking about a way more modern PHP version wouldn't be a bad idea as well. AND doublecheck all your installed modules.
  5. wbmnfktr

    actual date

    You might want to look at Hanna Code then. Maybe a bit overhead but it will get the job done and can be used for lots of other stuff as well. In addition to that you want to use Hanna Code Dialog as well. There are some examples on the modules pages.
  6. wbmnfktr

    actual date

    Where in a page? Somewhere in the editing screen? As a variable in a text/textarea field? Just as an information for content creators?
  7. You probably can. But first of all you should create a backup of your site. A working and tested backup! Then you should find out which version of ProcessWire you are running right now and make sure that all of your modules will work with a newer ProcessWire version. You might have to update your modules as well and maybe even have to take a closer look at your PHP version. You seem to be pretty new to ProcessWire so my advice is: Get a full backup of that site. Install it in a local environment. Try updating ProcessWire, the modules and whatever is needed. I wouldn't recommend to update right way as your installed ProcessWire seems pretty old - maybe even kind of outdated. Can you tell us which version of ProcessWire you are using and what PHP version your hosting has? Is there anything special with that site? Multilanguage? Custom modules? Custom 3rd-party scripts? Something like that?
  8. You are correct @dragan. Well then I guess that feature came somewhere around the time Ryan provided us with the Login/Register/Profile module.
  9. Go to the Core Modules. Look for the Forgot Password module and click the settings button. And you are there.
  10. It's not related to ProcessWire. That's the good news. The bad news are: I don't know the answer. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Some say it's related to your hosting provider, some say it's related to a CDN. I found two similar issues out there in the wild: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/unusual-stuff-in-the-url/ https://community.cloudflare.com/t/website-css-not-loading-loads-with-development-mode-on/128163 So... if there is no CDN involved, try to look into your hosting and maybe even ask their support team. Last but not least: Welcome to the forums. ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. Ok... so start is not necessary. Good to know. My fault. ๐Ÿ˜„ Where does this ukBlogPosts() come from? Are you using one of the included profiles (Regular or how it is called)? If so... I'm out... never used it. ๐Ÿ˜‚ If you don't need it there, you can just go on from here.
  12. Try and use webmin (http://www.webmin.com/) to manage all the server stuff. It's way easier in the beginning. More specific configuration can be added at a later point. There are instruction on webmin.com how you install it on Ubuntu-based systems. @rick good point! - Haven't seen that part in his post.
  13. Ok... those modules you mentioned shouldn't interfere here in any kind. Even PagePathHistory shouldn't kick in there but you can check if there is anything set in the settings tab. Could you post the whole page could or more than just that snippet? Maybe there is something in it.
  14. Check if mod_rewrite is enabled as it is needed. I don't know the easiest way in Mint/Ubuntu to do so - or at least not how it is done nowadays. ๐Ÿ˜‰ But something sudo a2enmod mod_rewrite comes into my mind. You want to look this up to be on the safe side. Another thing is the Apache configuration. In order to make it work on my local machine I needed the AllowOverride all line in my config. <VirtualHost processwire.test:80> DocumentRoot "/var/www/html/processwire" ServerName processwire.test ServerAlias processwire.test <Directory "/var/www/html/processwire"> AllowOverride all allow from all Options None Require all granted </Directory> </VirtualHost> So... in my opinion it's most likely a server-side issue and not a PW-issue here.
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