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  1. @Soma I noticed that in the 1.3.6 version of your module that if a field name includes an underscore, the portion after the underscore is removed, which sometimes makes the link to the field incorrect. For example, if I have a field named "images_repeater" then the field will instead display as "images". This module has helped save me countless hours over the years. Thank you for providing it to the ProcessWire community.
  2. @Noel Boss Wow, thank you! I'll let you know how it goes!
  3. @Noel Boss I'm curious, were you able to successfully add an image field?
  4. It looks like the following works: RewriteBase / # RewriteBase /pw/ # RewriteBase /~user/ With this configuration, the 200 OK errors do not display and the PW admin page tree renders properly.
  5. A client of mine is using Network Solutions for their hosting company. I've uploaded a ProcessWire site to their server, but I'm getting a 200 OK error at the bottom of each page in the public site and in PW. Also, the page tree will not load in PW, but I am am able to navigate to any page in the Setup menu. If I uncomment the following lines in the .htaccess file, the 200 OK errors go away, but the PW admin still can't load the page tree. # RewriteBase / # RewriteBase /pw/ # RewriteBase /~user/ Does anyone have any experience with getting PW to run on Network Solutions? The hosting plan meets all of PW's requirements.
  6. I've built a site that uses parent pages as the "container" for child pages: Parent page [page.php] -- Child page [unit-child-a.php] -- Child page [unit-child-b.php] ---- Grandchild page [subunit-grandchild-a.php] ---- Grandchild page [subunit-grandchild-b.php] -- Child page [unit-child-c.php] The child pages are displayed as content on the corresponding parent page using the render method. Some child pages also include their own child pages. (Internally the child page template names start with "unit-" and the grandchild page template names start with "subunit-".) Example: foreach ($page->children("template=template-name,sort=sort") as $child) echo $child->render(); This approach allows content administrators to add and reorder child pages as necessary, but I've come across an issue that I'm not sure how to address. The site includes search functionality, but when a visitor searches for content and it is found in a child or grandchild page, the Parent page should be the one that is displayed in the search results, since the child and grandchild pages are not directly viewable. Since some searches could include more than one child or grandchild page of a parent page, this sometimes means that a parent page could be included more than once. How do I easily redirect the child and grandchild pages to the parent page, and only include the parent page once in the search results?
  7. Ryan, Thanks again for making Login/Register/Profile available. It looks like it will serve 99% of my needs with one exception. What are the chances that the Login/Register/Profile module will support images soon? I've been playing with the module and want to use it on a community project that I've had in mind for a while, but just noticed your disclaimer: "You should stick to using simple text-based fields for now. File/image fields, repeaters, rich text editors and combination fields fields are not supported on the front-end at present." I'm willing to be a guinea pig for testing if that helps facilitate the functionality.
  8. I have to agree that I don't think this module needs to be part of core. But I do think that it needs to remain in active development, even if that means it becomes a Pro module. Modules like ListerPro (which I love and use all of the time) bring value to a project, but they aren't necessarily defined as a project requirement by the client. However, if a project requires the functionality of Login/Register/Profile, this module may mean the difference of a client agreeing to use ProcessWire over another CMS. To me, that's a game changer, and is why it has been on my wishlist for some time. I've already started using it for a community project that I've wanted to build, although I'm hoping that it will play nicely with images very soon.
  9. First, let me say that I've been looking forward to a module like Login/Register/Profile. I think a module like this one helps to bring another category of projects to ProcessWire that otherwise would have been developed in another CMS. I've been playing with the module over the weekend and discovered the following: Opening "Fieldset in Tab" fields display as an option in the module's "Profile form fields" setting. Ending "Fieldset in Tab" fields display with the label "Close an open fieldset". I'm going to assume that "Fieldset in Tab" fields should not display as an option. If an image is added via the "Profile form fields" setting, the default display of that image on the public side displays the Edit functionality for the image. Can this be turned off? If an image's settings restrict the image's dimensions, the image does not display appropriate errors if a larger or smaller image is uploaded. I feel that images need to work well with this module since profiles on most services these days include an option for a profile image. Thank you for making this available!
  10. Because the client needs the ability to add or edit categories. Creating a "Select Options" field would mean that I would have to provide permissions to edit the field itself.
  11. Thanks for your quick response, abdus, and for providing a link to the earlier discussion. Rather than spend any more time on a solution, I think I'll just create two different templates based on your suggestion. Thank you!
  12. I'm working on a site that has both a "Blog" and a "News" section. I'd like to be able to use the same "Post" template for child pages of each of these sections. The catch is that the "Post" template needs to include a Page Reference field that should display categories specific to "Blog" posts -or- specific to "News" posts. In other words, the categories for these two sections are different. What is the best approach in displaying a "Categories" field on the "Post" template that would display the appropriate categories based on if the post is located in the "Blog" or the "News" section? Page tree looks like this: Blog Posts Blog Post 1 (Categories field should only reference blog categories) Blog Post 2 Blog Post 3 Categories Blog Category 1 Blog Category 2 Blog Category 3 News Posts News Post 1 (Categories field should only reference news categories) News Post 2 News Post 3 Categories News Category 1 News Category 2 News Category 3
  13. Thanks for the quick response!
  14. What about this module makes to specific to PW 3.x and above? I would like to be able to use it on site using PW 2.7.2.
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