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  1. I have no access to the module to test it myself but.. have you tried enclosing it with html tags? html:<h1>Thank you!<br>We will contact you soon.</h1>
  2. I also see your point in wanting to put it all in the same flow. It might take more time, but I would explore the module in depth coz after quick inspection the necessary methods for registration are hookable.
  3. ...you'd have to add $loginRegister = modules()->get('LoginRegister'); $content = $loginRegister->execute(); echo $content;
  4. Yes you can. I have something similar for a blogging site. Copy/edit/improve here what makes sense to your case... wire()->addHookBefore('LoginRegister::renderList', function($event) { $links = array(); $defaults = $event->arguments(0); if(user()->isLoggedin()) { if (user()->hasRole('member')) { $links['member-list'] = "<a href='" . $this->wire('pages')->get('/directory/')->url . "'>" . $this->_('Member Directory') . "</a>"; } if (user()->hasRole('author')) { $links['blog-admin'] = "<a href='" . $this->wire('pages')->get('/utilities/blog-admin/')->url . "'>" . $this->_('Blog Admin') . "</a>"; } if (user()->hasRole('admin')) { $links['back-admin'] = "<a href='" . $this->wire('pages')->get('template=admin')->url . "'>" . $this->_('Page Admin') . "</a>"; } } else { if($event->object->allowFeature('register')) { $defaults['register'] = "<p>Don't have an account yet? Members can <a href='./?register=1' class='inline'>" . $this->_("register for an account") . "</a></p>"; } } $links = array_merge($links, $defaults); $event->arguments('items', $links); });
  5. Was curious too. I searched and, yes, it was brought up before. Here. TLDR. As mentioned there, it becomes more important when multiple programmers are (or will be--next guy after you) involved. Also mentioned, was the additional benefit of self-documentation when you follow a naming convention. To answer your question, being all implementors of the PW architecture (and PHP), it probably makes sense for us to be consistent with it. (Compared to other frameworks PW made it easy for us.) Still, I did another round of refactoring recently and felt happier after. None of my direct templates have echos. Reduced them to about 10. Since they mostly describe a type of page (model), it's a 1 word all-lowercase filename. I have a couple of controller classes that I camelCased with an .inc extension so the admin wont see it...and added an underscore so its listed on top. I guess we all have different reasons.
  6. I'm not really sure if this will lead you to something or nothing, but have you tried using a compatible jquery version in the FE? The PW BE uses jquery 1.11.1 with a migrate version 1.2.1 but in my testing jquery ver 2.2.4 worked too. It works for me using something like the following: echo "<div edit='",$input->get->id,".images' >","<a>dbl-click to edit</a></div>"; $scripts = "<script type='text/javascript'>" . "$(document).on('pw-modal-closed', '.pw-edit-modal', function() {" . "var saveButton = document.getElementById('button_save');" . "saveButton.click();" . "});" . "</script>"; $jquery_version = "2.2.4"; Then in my main template I add that jquery variable because for regular FE pages, I use another jquery version. <script>window.jQuery || document.write('<script src="<?php echo $config->urls->skin, "js/jquery-{$jquery_version}.min.js"; ?>"><\/script>')</script>
  7. I just checked my values in a Ubuntu 18 distro and sure enough I get 0, 1000, 1440 for those 3 settings. Thank you much for this. I will be testing and applying your findings for sure.
  8. For a front-end search form? One strategy I often use is concatenating the selector one input field at a time. Just make sure your add your validation. Something like this: $selector = ''; if($place = sanitizer()->selectorValue($input->post->place)) { $input->whitelist('place', $place); $selector .= ", place%=$place"; } if($input->post->doctor) { $input->whitelist('doctor', $input->post->doctor); if($input->post->doctor == '1') { $selector .= ", name=jim"; } elseif($input->post->doctor == '2') { $selector .= ", name=jon"; } elseif($input->post->doctor == '3') { $selector .= ", name=jake"; } } $limit = 12; $template = doctor; $parent = doctors; $selector .= ", sort=sort, limit=$limit"; $selector = "template=$template, parent=$parent" . $selector; $results = pages()->find->($selector);
  9. To whoever might be searching this topic, I just recently found out about $config->appendTemplateFile and started using it in a delayed template method. In my xml type templates (e.g. rss.php), "exit" seems to have the same effect (bypassing the _main.php template). if(input()->urlSegment1 != 'rss') throw new Wire404Exception(); $rss = wire('modules')->get('MarkupRSS'); $rss->title = 'RSS Feed'; $rss->description = ''; $rss->render($items); exit; But for AJAX, i might be inclined to use the suggested solutions above.
  10. I use an IDE and found it stressful to have to work-around deploying config.php This is how I found your thread. Thank you! I integrated your solution into my own workflow and came up with this to share back here: /site/config.php (like @bernhard except last line) // include config file from outside of the repo $client = 'config-' . end(explode('/',__FILE__, -2)); include("../$client.php"); The PHP end() function and the minus 2 in the explode(), always gets the URI domain base. (As long as PW keeps it there.) Since my usual deployment flow is from ABC.dev -> test.mybox.com/ABC -> ABC.com ...in my root folder, safely out of reach (like @bernhard's concept), I then create 3 files each containing config deployment differences. ../config-ABC.dev.php and ../config-ABC.php and ../config-ABC.com.php For those also using PHPStorm, since these files are located out of project, I would add them in Favorites. (And add it's root folders in Deployment Mappings). I can then easily make use of IDE features like "Compare Two Files", "Sync with Deployed to", etc. Removing doubts about what config property I may have missed across the board. No more stress.
  11. Good to know. Thanks. I didn't think to look in the database, and yes, I do see the value in it now but without the labels as you explained. My module implements a WireData. I just use it to store parameters and install some custom classes required for a nightly cron job. I can access the values by $module->get('fieldA'), but I was hoping to get the label too to include in the cron job. I'll probably change the input type to something else that saves both the label and the value. Thanks much all!
  12. Thanks for the quick response. I tried to var_dump the getModuleInfo() but it just gives the module's overview info. I was trying to get deeper, at the Inputfields.
  13. I am trying to get the "text Content" (not the value) portion of an InputfieldSelectMultiple property I created for an installed module. The selected options are saved in PW somewhere. How do I get at it? viz: <select name="fieldA"> <option selected value=0>Content 1</option> <option value=1>Content 2</option> <option selected value=2>Content 3</option> </select> I know its an array and that i'd have to access the options in a loop. But I can't seem to make the right call to any of the methods that return an array. So, here's an example of many that i tried and failed: $module = wire('modules')->get('ImportMyModule'); $field = $module->get('fieldA'); $options = $field->getOptions(); foreach($options as $key => $val) { echo "key: ", $key, " val: ", $val; } I can't figure out to get at just the "text Content" for now , then the selected one's after. (in the above sample "Content 1" and "Content 3") It'll save me a bunch of if's. Thanks forum!
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