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  1. FWIW -- I have a template called "downloads". When someone goes to https://example.com/downloads/specialfilename.php, the file name is treated as a url segment. From the url segment, I will essentially: Search for the file Make sure it's there Then deliver it via the mime process // Get page ($p) where the file lives // Still here, so lets see if we can get the actual file $file = $p->filesManager->getFile($fileNameSanitized); if(!$file) return 'File not found(3)'; header("Content-Type: application/pdf"); header("Content-Disposition: inline; filename=$fileName"); header("Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary"); header("Accept-Ranges: bytes"); @readfile($file->filename); return true;
  2. @JoseFrasher Update: Not really. It is what it is. If you set your 404 page to a page with a protected template, that page will render for Guest and not redirect to the page that it should redirect to **If you have a url segment in the URL**. My solution was to just create a dedicated 404 page with its own template and handle things there. Probably a better approach than what I had originally.
  3. Thanks. Ok, this is a closed application and there's a 404 redirect in config.php set to go to a page/template with active access control. Therefore if I add a url segment to a protected page/template, it will get 404 redirected to a page/template that should redirect to a login page if there is no active session, but that protected page is rendered instead. I hope this makes sense. It's not the end of the world as I will need to do some checking in the code, but it is unexpected behavior.
  4. I have a page: "example.com/privatepage" that has a template requiring users with a specific role. But if I type in "example.com/privatepage/some-url-segment" then the page renders!! I'm not seeing an obvious solution in the template settings...
  5. @elabx Thanks, yes. On other pages, I believe this is now interfering with a SAML check/authentication process as well. $config->prependTemplateFile = '_init.php'; /** * Append template file * * PHP file in /site/templates/ that will be loaded after each page's template file. * Example: _main.php * * @var string * */ $config->useMarkupRegions = true; $config->appendTemplateFile = '_main.php';
  6. Hello - My _init.php file is running twice and it's become urgent. The screenshot below is on the home page of a simple echo 'In Init'. There is nothing fancy going on on the home page that could lead to any path of inquiry. (See thread below AND the github issue referenced therein) Therefore, this is leading me to thing that it has something to do with regions perhaps. // _main.php <div id="main-content"> <footer>Footer content</footer> </div> // template: home.php <div pw-prepend="main-content" class="min-h-full flex flex-col justify-center items-center bg-gray-200"> Some content </div>
  7. Wow. I'm starting to see a pattern here. Thanks again!
  8. Hello. Does anyone have any idea how to get the whole file name to display in the admin?
  9. @da² It certainly is peculiar; disdainful even. But this is that one basis point case where it's simply a convenience to show/format a bunch of legacy content from an old database.
  10. @Robin S Interesting. Looks like another area to brush up on. Thanks again!
  11. This example from https://www.php.net/manual/en/functions.variable-functions.php does not work in PW or any script bootstrapping the same (namespacing?). function foo() { echo "In foo()<br />\n"; } $func = 'foo'; $func(); // This calls foo() I'm sure there is an explanation for this, but I haven't been able to discover that as of yet.
  12. This is terrific. Thank you again! Learning a lot here.
  13. @Robin S When a file is replaced, I need to capture the date of the replacement and put in a page field. I'm not anywhere near your skill level, but starting to get comfortable with the basics all thanks to many of your recent posts and replies. Could you offer some guidance on how I might pursue this either with your module's code or some sort of hook arrangement? Thanks again!
  14. Thank you all for your input. "$"s in PW proper are likely a lost cause for now. But I think I have the right solution. I dug up an old nginx rewrite rule from a while back and it works! rewrite ^/concepts/(.*)$ /downloads/?q=$1 last; So the filename in "/concepts/My_Test_File4$$$.pdf/" can now be captured via $input->get('q') unmolested.
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