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  1. Hi everyone, I have solved the problems presenting with the module, I am already working on improvements to embed Facebook and Instagram content through their API. https://processwire.com/modules/video-or-social-post-embed/
  2. Hi Benjamin: I have made the update indicated by Fliwire, update the module, it is an excellent recommendation Fliwire thanks.
  3. We want to install ProcessWire in 2 server layers In the first layer of servers is only to deliver the static content (css, js, image, html "ProCache"), without php installation the apache would be initialized in worker mode In the second layer of servers, php will be available, the work will be done to process all the requests of the pages that are not in ProCache and of the services that require php execution. The servers of the first layer would reach the servers of the second layer through a ProxyBalancer. My questions are: How can I take the configuration of .htaccess to virtualhost? The setting RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?it=$1 [L,QSA] can be changed for RewriteRule ^(.*)$ proxybalancer://secondservers/index.php?it=$1 [L,QSA]
  4. Hi All! Currently Processwire saves the files in the assets directory as follows assets > files > pageid > jpg, doc, mp4, etc. But what happens I have a project that we developed 2 years ago and currently uses 2 TB of space because the majority of content is video, so I thought that if Processwire could save the files per year, it means that the structure is thus assets > files > year > Pageid > jpg, doc, mp4, etc. This in order to be able to create an NFS volume for each year and that the volume does not grow in an exaggerated way, since the bigger the volume, the longer the reading and writing times in that volume. Thanks
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