Pixrael

Members
  • Content Count

    175
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Pixrael last won the day on October 31 2017

Pixrael had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

196 Excellent

About Pixrael

  • Rank
    Sr. Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Florida, USA

Recent Profile Visitors

1,026 profile views
  1. Pixrael

    Awesome! Keep a record of this post for the future module documentation! You mean "Shipping Package" will be the "Calculate Rate" based on the carriers API?
  2. Pixrael

    If you're not in a hurry, you can wait the new version of Padloper from @kongondo ... it looks great
  3. Pixrael

    Like here for the module version
  4. For multi-language SEO tags you can use a FieldtypeFieldsetGroup in your templates (put it on a new tab for easy access): https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.73-and-new-fieldset-types/ .. echo this vars inside an included file (or use a Markup Region) in the main template file. PS: I never try with FieldtypeFieldsetPage, but can works too
  5. Try to change it in the PHP settings: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8927404/how-to-change-session-save-path-in-php-ini-file
  6. Pixrael

    Forget it, it was just an idea. I think it doesn't work. That is why ask at the end of the paragraph
  7. Pixrael

    maybe is more efficient to use: $config-> homepagehits .. increment it by 1 at home.php template file and later echo it at any template file.. you never need to query any additional page (homepage) to get that counter because $config is present always by default at your hand.. hummm.. is this correct?
  8. check this, I experience that before:
  9. Pixrael

    https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/224
  10. Pixrael

    is Shopmaster ... by the way yesterday I bought a license for Padloper .. and I'll be ready for the new version
  11. Pixrael

    This is a solution I was thinking about at the beginning, but it could be very complex for me ... maybe I'll install WP + WC in a subdomain to act as a "router" and then I can connect to the WC API to get/put information the exact information I'll need about prices, inventory and orders ... it's crazy, but I need that tool, so I need to be creative Thanks for you response
  12. I have a technical question that maybe you can guide me to a solution/idea. I know an online tool that publishes product information and updates prices/inventories regularly from marketplaces such as Amazon, Ebay, etc. to a Wordpress website ... can get the orders information, auto-order it and send back the tracking numbers. All this is done through the Woocommerce API. They don't have an API or CSV option to access this features.. Is it possible to create fake REST endpoints (a clone of WooCommerce) on my site to accept requests from that external website and process this data my way inside PW? The requests to a REST endpoint are POST like in regular forms submits? Sorry I don't have to much technical background about this https://woocommerce.github.io/woocommerce-rest-api-docs/?php#create-a-product https://woocommerce.github.io/woocommerce-rest-api-docs/?php#update-a-product https://woocommerce.github.io/woocommerce-rest-api-docs/?php#retrieve-an-order
  13. Pixrael

    So, what to do when I want to talk about something I don't like? encryption or obfuscation? W0rdpr3ss? We can't fall into these things, no more stress please .. I think with nofollow is enough as everywhere. Anyway nobody will hire that service
  14. Pixrael

    Let's guess ... how much could they be earning with this service? https://profprojects.com/migrate-processwire-to-wordpress/
  15. Pixrael

    Could be interesting if you can integrate this as an option: https://omnipay.thephpleague.com/ because it has several implementations for gateways by the community: https://omnipay.thephpleague.com/gateways/community/ and can be extended easily... It will be perfect if you can check the backend of Shopify (14 days free trial), is really easy to use and understand for the customers. The workflow concepts and the organization of product information, collections, discounts, inventory, etc is very simple and concise, minimal enough for a regular store. My personal recommendation is to stay away from Magento like UI and concepts. Maybe the backend could use some ideas similar to your Media Manager or Visual Page Selector, I like the visual look and the user interaction.