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  2. Why not use a custom page name as a reference/ID across those instances? You could create those "on the fly" when someone is signing-up and therefore that "ID" would be unique. us-[timestamp]-{page->name} eu-[timestamp]-{page->name} Sure... using Page IDs is way easier, yet creating your "own ID" or using a "foreign key" could be an option. Needed this within a product catalogue (not users) but still. It worked out quite well.
  3. Same here... used both in the past until now... almost each day I work with PW and forgot something however. Those are my most used bookmarks across all browsers. Maybe we (the Mods) could update the very first post or add an alert or something. Those resources are key!
  4. What about we make this some kind of universal profile which works with webpack, bun, npm, yarn, vite... whatever. Or at least use this a guide for setting up all of those different setups. I never really used any of these tools - at least six months or so ago - right now I use NPM due to other tools I use now and therefore kind of started to like it (and as it's super portable through all OS I use, have to use or play around with). As soon as I am back at home I could provide a NPM/TailwindCSS/AlpineJS/browser-sync setup. Pre-Version of the mentioned above can be found here: https://github.com/webmanufaktur/processwire-addon-tailwindcss (WIP at best for now)
  5. That domain is already taken as well. Yet... in case of domains... you should know who to ask first.
  6. Here I am again... talking about ProcessWire while looking at other CMS... Has anyone of you tried? https://payloadcms.com/ https://directus.io/ While their feature lists look awesome right from the start, the backends look kind of basic - compared to what we can do in ProcessWire, while extending those seem like kind of a bit of work. No matter what. Yet... there are features we don't have in ProcessWire like default Rest API, GraphQL, and such. (Yeah... I talked about it a lot in the past.) Just asking for your feedback you have. Maybe insights for more details. So... anyone any insights about those? I will try those mentioned CMSs in the next weeks and therefore hopefully can write more about those compared to ProcessWire. If you ever used another CMS like those mentioned above or similar, let's talk about it. I'd like to hear more about it. (Don't worry... ProcessWire is still my absolute favourite CMS I ever used and use till today.)
  7. That's true. The added description and details help a lot. When I looked into this thread there wasn't that much happening. A short intro and a link... which didn't help that much.
  8. Checkout for what? Checkout with which providers? Checkout with which framework? What is your module doing? Don't get me wrong but... a bit more details would be nice. Maybe adding your README here would be a great start. Is this based on Shopify, Snipcart, Foxy or plain ProcessWire? I'd like to play with your module. Easy one-click-solutions are always nice, but... details and some kind of introduction would be really nice. Update: Details were added.
  9. When you search for getSubmitActions you will find some thread talking about adding and removing buttons. At some places you can see how titles/labels of those buttons were set. As a starting point: Maybe that helps? https://processwire.com/talk/search/?&q=getSubmitActions&quick=1&search_and_or=or&sortby=relevancy
  10. Woah... there are a lot of moving parts here. First of all: It always takes way longer than anyone expected it would take. I have seen super simple and minimal projects taking weeks instead of days. Yet I've seen quite large and complex projects that took only a few weeks instead of months. In average the PHP/PW part is most of the time the smallest part within a project that's just dealing with content at least in my projects. It can be tricky when you have to deal with lots of data from different sources, especially when you do more than just displaying that data. Most time and energy in my projects go into: Planning out the whole project Designing each and every bit Content audit, creation, and optimisation Frontendwork HTML, CSS, JS Right after that ProcessWire comes into play with these parts: Templates and fields Site structure, setting up basic pages Modules and global settings Backend logic, data automation, cron/lazycron jobs, automated maintenance On average I'd say it's a 70/30 ratio between those two. To get you some numbers here: We talk about at least a few weeks and maybe even months in total with all kinds of related things like meetings, phone calls, organizing, setting up Google and other tools, like tracking tools, newsletter, etc. To make things clear and a bit more transparent, we talk about projects and websites like these: https://www.restaurant-blechnapf.de/ https://www.klippo-nms.de/ https://www.musikschule-neumuenster.de/ In comparison to the above there are projects I built in my spare time without a lot of planning or almost anything - which took a few hours or maybe two days in total. Like these: https://www.jet-fire.de/ https://www.voss-friseure.de/ The main difference is that the first 3 projects are totally custom and fully optimized, multiple user accounts, access rights, automation and maintenance and design-wise on a totally different level. While the last two use UIKIT or Bootstrap, just display simple content and aren't that well optimized to be honest. Last but not least there are projects like this: https://www.restaurants-neumuenster.de/ It started with a simple splash page, a simlpe form and a bit of content and went online within a few hours. Yet as of today there are several hundred hours of work in it. Quite a bit design (had a few relaunches in the past) but way more in terms of data processing, automation, newsletters and lot's of nice things. TL;DR From about 2 days to a couple of months.
  11. What kind of things are you doing with ProFields Table... I used it once... just for catalogue data entries, that's all. Never really saw any real benefit using that module. Is there something I missed?
  12. You can either use the $sanitizer->truncate() in your template file or set a character limit from within your template settings. For the second option go to: Setup > Templates > Your Template Click on the textarea field (summary) > Switch to Tab: Inputs > Set character limit
  13. In case you want a copy paste version to use RockFrontend with RepeaterMatrix from within a .latte file: {* templateExample.latte *} {foreach $page->repeaterMatrixField as $block} {$rockfrontend->render("fields/repeaterMatrixField/" . $block->type , ["block" => $block])|noescape} {/foreach} {* blockExample.latte *} <div> <h1>{$block->headline}</h1> {$block->body} <img src="{$block->image->url}" alt="{$block->image->description}"> </div>
  14. Oh my... yes, I meant that. And I know why I wrote float at the end. Thanks! (I will update my answer.)
  15. Details/data like vendor, seller, brand or similar could be set as a reference (page reference field). That way your data is super clean and easy to maintain (imagine a seller changes its name and you have to change it 100s of pages compared to one page when using references. This way you can also create individual pages or list for all those data-types - like a list of all brands, sellers, whatever you could imagine. I would create templates for whatever makes sense. Products get the product template, maybe even create different templates for different product types, like books, toys, movies. It depends a bit on what's actually existing in terms of products. Same with other templates. Maybe vendor and sellers are identical with the same details, so you could re-use that template but I'd personally would create separate ones just to have it easier with selectors later on. So you can right away look for vendors and sellers just by template name. That's in the frontend I guess. That's easy. You decide which part is a link, what data is shown and so on. In terms of template... the same. You decide which template is used at what point. What you are looking for is a float decimal field. You can choose this option while creating a field. What's the difference between promo and featured? Is there a voucher available when it's a promo? Either way it might be able to just use a checkbox. But that means you have to manually update all products that aren't a promo/feature anymore. The definition of new could be a checkbox as well or you use the created and/or modified date of a product page.
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