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  1. Recently @Wanze starred a free app on Github, just awesome : https://github.com/responsively-org/responsively-app It's a browser modified that show how a website work in all selected devices. I think a lot of people will fall in love for this soft - give them a star on github πŸ˜‰
  2. Welcome here Seema, you just spot a damn good community, ready to help and share in a professional fashion πŸ‘ Where are you from (if its ok) ?
  3. Just a heads-up on this, Really strange, when using nested hannacode, each nested hannacode add 100ms to TTFB. I saw old issue on Github and a commit about nested hannacode but I ask myself if it was tested with a lot of content and something than more than 30 hannacode in the same body field. I used RockReplacer from @bernhard and the whole page load in 200ms instead of 1.8s. It was used like: [[tag element="div" class="row"]] [[tag element="div" class="col-6"]] $content [[end-tag]] [[end-tag]]
  4. @Bike welcome on the forum. Use this search/tool : https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=014789015761400632609:fxrf0rj4wr4 Then check theses threads : Then come back here after some read πŸ‘Š
  5. I found what I was trying to remember. Try what is said in this thread, last answer, it seems it's a related issue (I have the same one in a setup). Direct answer: Modules order in the db.
  6. after a backup, I would delete session files in site/assets/sessions and clean entries in the db, table `session_login_throttle` before going further.
  7. @adrian I spotted something quite "annoying". Check the line number on the bottom of panel. It doesn't show anymore. Before : After : The line is shown only when I over the link with the mouse.
  8. I thought I was in Tracy's thread sorry πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€£
  9. Oke thanks @Klenkes Then he should also verify namespaces on the templates / modules following the stack-trace. I have an issue like this on an install, due to a namespace error, I have to rename each modules called then installing it again.
  10. I don't know why you have this module in `site/modules`. 1 - make a backup 2 - rename the folder `FieldtypeTextareas` to : `.FieldtypeTextareas` and refresh modules, then if you are invited to select a module between `site/modules` and `wire/modules`, choose the last one. 3 - report here
  11. I just hit [enter] at the end of the line, like in CKEditor, a new paragraph is open.
  12. I will edit the post, but it's just to show you that is possible to move easily blocks. For the pros/cons you exposed, I have the same point of view and I still think that CKEditor should stay the default editor in ProcessWire. Look at this screencast : Enregistrement #3.mp4 CTRL/CMD + C, S, X ok πŸ‘ Interesting, what you mean exactly ? That's clear this is something to deal on client basis. Example on personnal experience : - Me, as I am not a content editor, I still prefer to use CKEditor. - A colleague, writing big wall of text, is scratching his head on CKEditor and edit content on Wordpress then paste it in PW πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
  13. Look like you have to call $res = paymentCheckout() which return an array with the form. Then you just echo the form (echo $res[0];). https://github.com/benbyford/PaymentStripeIntents/blob/master/PaymentStripeIntents.module#L62-L139
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