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  1. I share the same need as Can and icietla: the hability to disable the main language of any given page in order to exclude it from listings and access. For the time being, it is only possible to disable for non-default languages.
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    This is big leap in terms of backoffice management. Can't wait for it to come out! Any predictions on when that will happen? Any alpha version released already? Great work!
  3. Got it! I overlooked that section of the documentation. Thank you, both!
  4. Does anyone know how to translate properly the words "Prev" and "Next" that are rendered with Processwire's paginator feature? Thanks!
  5. I just found out what was going on. Since I am using the module LanguageLocalizedURL, I must activate the pagination flag in the translation template (the plugin author calls it the 'gateway'). Also, using page->find din't work, but the method in the first post does! thank you!
  6. Thanks for the answer, Soma. I had already tried with find, but the results are the same. However, I do have some other page->find, but they relate to other things (like setting up some options in a filter-menu). I've just deleted them, but the problem persists.
  7. Another thing that may help: If I type in the template echo $input->pageNum; The result is always one. I don't know what to do. I am this close to create my own pagination based on input attributes, but I rather use PW built-in functions.
  8. Hi everyone, Sometime since I posted something here, but I can't seem to be able to surpass this problem on my own. I've read a bunch of topics that relate to this problem but nevertheless, I fail to fix this pagination display. Let me explain and hope someone help me out. This is my current structure: Home CatalogCatalog (subpage, same type)Product 1 Product 2 ... Product N The script is triggered in the first 'Catalog' in the tree above. The template of this script is similar to the default search.php, where the results are packed into the $out variable and dumped at the end. I don't believe this has anything to do with my problem. At the beginning I have: $query = "limit=3"; $products = $page->get("name=produtos")->children($query); $count = count($products); It returns the correct number of items, and displays the first 3. At the end, I have the pager rendering: echo $jogadores->renderPager(); And it displays the correct number of pages. However, clicking one of the links, the page refreshes with a new URL, but with the same three results. The URL looks like this example for page 3: /path/to/url/page3 I have turned the "Allow Page Numbers?" on the 'catalog' template, so it should work. Thanks in advance!
  9. That's what I am talking about, Soma Thank you! Will test it and will report back anytime soon. Thanks everyone!
  10. That's an idea I had as well. I was just checking if anyone had a more elegant solution to the problem. Thank you and that will come in handy, however my question resides more on the part of "theme/template switching" rather than mobile detection.
  11. I've checked that module (thanks diogo and jukooz) but like jukooz said, it seems I have to have a separate tree of pages for this website. Wouldn't it be simpler to have all my templates duplicated (head.inc to m-head.inc, for example) and then figure a way to match things? In other words, if I needed a theme switcher (and no extra domain) would that module seem fit for the job in your opinion?
  12. Hi all, I was thinking what's the best approach for a multi-themed website. The point of this is to build a website that has a simple website for mobile within a subdomain (m.domain.com, for example). How can this be achieved? I assume everything would be easy if there would be another "/site" folder. Is this it? If so, how can that be achieved? Many thanks in advance! Cheers
  13. Yes, Soma, I agree with you on that. I believe I have to place the language alias before. And about that, I have a question that is connected to this problem. When I want to link to a page, instead of typing the URL with the normal name, I would like to get the URL depending on the language I am at. Here's what I do, but I think this solution is not vert elegant... $homepage = $pages->get("/"); $children = $homepage->children->find("name=pagename"); $child = $children->first(); Then I use $child->url for the url's link. Is there a easier way?
  14. I now realized that part. Search.php treats things differently, so I would need to set the language before the output construction. However I am still unaware on how to achieve this since I tried to use the head.inc language related code lines, and nothing resulted from that. Here's what I have: $lang = $user->language; $langname = $lang->name == 'default' ? 'pt' : $lang->name; I make no sense of this because I don't think it is setting anything (just storing the current languag in variables for further use), but everything else works. How can that be? I am confused now...
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