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    Fantastic site, great job 🙂 Ditto some random postcodes threw an error e.g. IV42 8YD, IV41 8WZ (selected off the web to compare against my home postcode).
  2. I've been using this: 7g firewall with my Processwire sites: https://perishablepress.com/7g-firewall/ Seems to be working effectively.
  3. @jor Not sure if this is the correct way, but on my map template I wrap my code with: if($page->marker->address) { } e.g. if($page->marker->address) { $map = wire('modules')->get('MarkupLeafletMap'); $options = array( 'markerFormatter' => function($page, $marker_options) { if ($page->marker_icon->title) { $marker_options['icon'] = $page->marker_icon->title; } if ($page->marker_colour->title) { $marker_options['markerColor'] = $page->marker_colour->title; } // And the icon colour. This is another text field. Colour values like White, Black or an RGB value are ok here. if ($page->marker_icon_colour->title) { $marker_options['iconColor'] = $page->marker_icon_colour->title; } return $marker_options; }, 'popupFormatter' => function($page) { $out[] = "<strong>$page->headline</strong>"; return implode('<br/>', $out); } ); $content.= $map->render($page, 'marker', $options); } If no address is entered, no map is shown.
  4. Have a look at delayed output strategy. You have one main "template"(_main.php) & can then simply create a new template for a sub-section page where you just add code for regions/sections of your _main template where you want to show different content (summaries, other content etc.). I found the intermediate templates a good starting point to see how _main.php & e.g. home.php or basic.php interact. Once you've learnt this, look at markup regions - super powerful (once mastered)!
  5. @adrianThanks for the speedy reply. Most odd, WHM/Cpanel was reporting PHP 7.2, but I double checked with a "phpinfo" file & it showed PHP5.6! I reset the PHP version to PHP 7.2.32 & it's cleared the error. Apologies for the incorrect info & thanks for the fix for <7 (& for such a great module)!
  6. Has anyone come across this error? Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ':', expecting ';' or '{' in /home/********/public_html/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/TracyDebugger/includes/PwApiData.php on line 516 PW 3.0.148, Tracy Debugger 4.21.20, PHP 7.2. line 516 is private function phpdoc_params(ReflectionMethod $method) : array { Have tried a reinstall & cleared complied files from > Modules. No errors on other sites on same server with same setup.
  7. @Robin S thank you you are lifesaver - I missed this completely. With the addition to the hook it's working perfectly now!
  8. I noted that you can't add an unpublished page to the list of pages a user can edit. It results in error: "Unpublished page /en/members/test/ is not allowed in field "Pages user may edit". To allow unpublished pages, edit the “editable_pages” field and see the setting on the “Details” tab." I'm not sure where to find this - or if it is applicable as Page Edit Per User is a hook in to the system.
  9. @ryan I love this module, makes it super easy to allow users access to edit their own pages, thank you! I can't find a way to allow users to publish/unpublish their pages.... I added these lines to the module public function init() { $this->addHookAfter('Page::publishable', $this, 'hookPageEditable'); } /** * Page::publishable hook * */ public function hookPagePublishable($event) { if($event->return) return; $event->return = $this->onMyBranch($event->object); } & bingo, an "unpublish" button appears & a user can unpublish thier page. However, if they do, they lose access to it (it disappears from the page tree) & only a superuser (site admin) and republish it. Please can you help with this - page publish/unpublish would make this module just perfect! Many thanks 🙂
  10. Many thanks! Both worked. I had tried with {....} but obviously also needed the double quotes. I was outputting directly to .csv which was clearly not the best way to debug! Thanks again.
  11. Stumped with this....please can anyone help? I'm trying to find pages with a field that matches the search page's parent's title. This works $items = $pages->find('template=items-ordered,supplier=Acme Biscuits'); Not this...(did no find any pages). $items = $pages->find('template=items-ordered,supplier=$page->parent->title'); With thanks 🙂
  12. Thanks, very good to hear of other's experiences. I looked at Snipcart, but was put off by the fees (2%/ transactions + gateway fees) just made it too expensive. Yes, back end of foxy is ugly & I needed some help with some aspects of the coding, but have found it usable for simple ecommerce projects.
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