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Jonathan Lahijani

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About Jonathan Lahijani

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  1. One work-around is to use this package, which I've used with success: https://github.com/tijsverkoyen/CssToInlineStyles
  2. Related: https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/928
  3. This doesn't seem to be a problem with PW 3.0.140 as far as I can tell.
  4. I experienced this issue and the fix was related to JavaScript loading order.
  5. I see that if I enable auto-join for the field, then it circumvents the issue. So that's one solution.
  6. I have a Page field and in ProcessWire, I can get values from it like this: $page->my_page_field; // returns the ID $page->my_page_field->title; // return the title Given my particular situation, I'm hitting an infinite loop as I documented here a few years ago: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire/issues/1962 Is there a way to ONLY get the raw ID of the assigned page without ProcessWire getting all the attributes of that page leading to the loop?
  7. If the field being hooked is inside of a repeater, how can I get the repeater's page id?
  8. I don't use a Mac but I've heard great things about Quiver: https://happenapps.com/
  9. I'm using this now on a site that needs that extra level of metadata. It's working great. Thank you.
  10. https://craigmod.com/essays/fast_software/
  11. https://blog.theodo.com/2019/07/vscode-php-development/
  12. I'm looking to improve my editor (VSCode) in a way whereby it will tell me the value of a ProcessWire setting() value that's been defined in another file as I write an override setting. Let's say I have a file called /site/templates/settings-default.php with the following: setting("my-div", "my-default-class"); And I have another file called /site/templates/settings-override.php with the following: setting("my-div", "my-override-class"); As I'm writing that specific line in "settings-override.php", is it possible through some sort of auto-suggest / intellisense for it to tell me the value of the setting in "settings-default.php" so that it provides context in realtime as I write the override setting? This would prevent me from having to switch between the two files in my editor and improve my workflow. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  13. A sneak preview of a new page builder concept that I'm close to completing. I'll write more about this in coming weeks, but this video demonstrates a lot of unique things going on:
  14. Yes but that doesn't work for some reason. I believe it may have to do with partials being involved.
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