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  1. Thanks. I told the client I couldn't work with that hosting. I've never had trouble installing processwire before on other hosts.
  2. I'm trying to install processwire 3.0.62 on fatcow hosting (client's preferred host). It goes through the installation almost to the end, but then I get this error: Error: Call to a member function execute() on a non-object (line 55 of [directoryname]/index.php) All the requirements checked as ok in the installation precheck process.
  3. vwatson

    Oh, duh! Thanks!
  4. vwatson

    On this site, the phone number in the header should be: 937-537-1739. That is in an include file. The file with that number is in the templates folder. Actually on my phone I see the updated phone number, but on my desktop I continue to see the old number. I've cleared the browser cache, closed the browser, rebooted the computer, etc. I can't figure out why I can't see the new phone number? Anyone have any ideas? http://www.combsbeefarm.com/
  5. vwatson

    Thank you. Seems to have corrected the problem.
  6. vwatson

    This is a remake of an old site, and they have a lot of articles that have subheadings down throughout the content. I style the main headings in the code, but don't see an easy way to style sporadic additional headings the same way. And I was using Chrome. I'll try other browsers and see what happens.
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    Oh, yeah, thanks. Why didn't I think of that? Seems like a bug in the editor. Surprising that it hasn't been corrected.
  8. Let's say I have an H2 element followed by a paragraph tag. Heading some paragraph text... When I delete the heading text, the following paragraph takes on the heading style, as that h tag is not removed from the editor. I've tried deleting the heading first, and leaving the heading and backspacing over it from the paragraph, but no matter how I do it, the paragraph turns into an h tag. This is for a township site. I want to make this as easy as possible for whoever will be editing this when I'm finished. The only way I can fix it now is to go into the source code and switch the h tag to a p tag - really not something I want to have them doing!
  9. vwatson

    Yeah, I was coming to that conclusion - just removing the caption. Will be less confusing for the client that way. Thanks.
  10. When I insert an image into the editor, select Center for alignment and check the box for caption, the image does not appear in the editor (see attached image), however the code is inserted for the image (shown below). PW 3.0.45
  11. vwatson

    Yeah for their newsletter section, which was only 4 per year, I used a repeater. I just thought it would get pretty messy with a repeater for these since there's more of them. They sometimes have a few per month, so as many as 24+ per year.
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    The last two times it's been on the first link in the first table cell. Can't remember if the earlier ones were in that same cell.
  13. vwatson

    It just happened again with the Purifier turned off.
  14. I'm adding links to meeting minutes in pdf format on a site. Four times so far, inserting a link to the pdf file using the ckeditor link icon has resulted in the editor placing the link outside of the table. I need to figure out what's going on as this will freak my client out if this happens when I turn the site over to them. It happens after closing the link dialog box. The link is placed up above the table, rather than in the table cell where the text was initially. For the textarea field I have ACF turned off and HTML Purifier turned on. I'll turn off the Purifier as well and see if it happens again. The attached image shows the editor after the link is misplaced (the 1/11/2012 one). The text was initially in the first table cell. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything like this or if you have a clue what's going on.
  15. vwatson

    Okay. Wow, thanks for all the info! I'll give those techniques a try.