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  1. You may also just need to give your user the correct db permissions on the server.
  2. I may not be understanding correctly, but you can also apply uk-grid-margin class to the parent grid div, and that will apply margin between rows automatically when they wrap: https://getuikit.com/docs/grid#component-options
  3. Unfortunately there is no magic bullet to automatically get your site ranked high on Google. They rank your site on a number of different factors (most of which they won't tell you about), including how popular your site is, visits, and mostly, unique content. Meta descriptions are typically only really used in what users see in the search results, not in the actual indexing and ranking that Google uses. It just helps a user know what that particular page is about when they see the result in the search results. So it is a good idea to have a unique meta description for every page of content. First and foremost and probably the best thing you can do to help Google see your site is that you need to get Google Analytics on your page and get it registered with Google Webmaster tools so that the site can be indexed. I don't see any analytics code on your site? I'm not familiar with Joomla backend at all, but there is probably a place in the backend to enter analytics code or ids. Analytics and registering your sitemap with Webmaster tools are automatic ways to get Google to see your site and index it. This is a must if you want any presence on Google. It doesn't hurt to add Bing code as well, but that just gives you exposure on their search engine as well. One of the best ways to get results is to have unique content on each page. So on every page have an intro paragraph of unique content that Google can read and know how to index your page. It has to be unique for every page or you will just get lost in the heap of similar sites. Inside this content is where you would use any keywords. Don't overdo it, make the content relevant to what the page is about, but make sure to include the keywords about the content of that page/your site a few times. Your individual pages are lacking in written content describing the page. A social media presence does help these days as well. So setting up a facebook page or twitter account that links back to your site can be helpful as Google now ranks/indexes social media pages as well. Also what are called "backlinks" help. Get other sites (preferably well visited sites) to post a link to your site that Google's crawlers can follow to find your site. Good luck.
  4. Thanks Robin, The second one seems to be enough for what I need to do, and the simplest. I was overcomplicating the situation. I just had to add another loop to go through the post.category as it's a multiple page reference array.
  5. I'm having some trouble with my logic for categories and a page reference field. I have group of categories (pages) and I have group of entries with a multiple page reference field (an entry can have one or many categories). I'm trying to create an entries/categories listing page that lists only the categories (once each), as headings, then display the entries for that category below that category heading. I can quite easily display all of the categories, even if they don't have entries, or a single category with entries, but I want to loop through dynamically and try to only display categories that actually have entries all on a single page, but having trouble with the page references relation. I've been going in circles and I think I'm just missing something simple in how I'm approaching it. My selectors are fairly simple and not much help: $categories = $pages->find("template=category"); $posts = $pages->find("template=article-post,sort=category"); //category is the page reference field, and it is a multiple select page field Sorry I'm not at my work computer so I don't have the rest of my code, but it wasn't much help anyways. Hoping someone has maybe done something similar and can point me in the right direction.
  6. We are in the process of transferring a LARGE number of websites from an older proprietary CMS to PW and we typically have a huge amount of embedded files/images inside the content, so this will be a very useful module for us. How difficult would it be to also import files (ie: pdf files inside a tags) from external sites, or is this functionality you have considered? I think, just looking at the code, it would be fairly straightforward?
  7. Just wondering if there had been any progress on this module to get it past Alpha? It would be the perfect solution for a site I'm currently working on.
  8. Sorry if this is a repeat, but couldn't find anything about it. Our company is looking at using PW as the main CMS for building new sites on. We have a number of public companies that quite often require content to be created ahead of time, reviewed by a number of stakeholders, then made live at specific times (typically replacing existing content on a page). Just wondering if Prodrafts would have the ability to use a scheduler to make a draft live (ie: replace the content on this page at 1am PT on Thursday)? Could it be combined with something like Schedule Pages? (http://modules.processwire.com/modules/schedule-pages/)