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  1. mistergarth

    That explains the closing delimeter thang quite well. Thanks.
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    Eureka! I'm in. Robin's script new user script worked beautifully. Now I have access to the admin panel for the live site and I've got a blank install of PW running on another domain to use as a sandbox so I can figure out if I want to invest a whole bunch of brain cells in PW for future projects. What I'd been doing wrong... I think. I'd been adding a closing delimeter ( ?> ) to the scripts. I thought they were required. I noticed that nobody was using them, so I thought I'd try this one without the close, and voila! This is more of a PHP question than a PW one, but aren't closing delimeters always required? What's different about this case? And thanks for all the help, everybody. It's a big point in PW's favor that it has this active helpful community.
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    I tried a line-by-line approach to find out what's causing the error. It's line 2: $admin = $users->get(41); Is it possible there is no user 41 in this install?
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    This just throws up an internal server error without resetting. Double fiddlesticks.
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    Well, fiddlesticks. It took some fumbling and googling to get terminal access. Then it took a while figure out the path to use to replace "myproject". Once I had the full server path there, the error changed from "no such file or directory" to "could not open input file", but it still didn't work. When I tried Chris' method, I just got a configuration error on the page I tried to view to trigger the reset, and the reset didn't happen. I'm not sure what to try next, perhaps cloning the site to a domain I'm not using on a host environment I'm more familiar with.
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    Impressive, Sergio. You answered my next question before I asked it! Yes, I do not know the admin user name. I was trying the password reset, but I looked at the code (I write vanilla PHP; my OOP PHP is really shaky) and I said "isn't that assuming I know what the admin user name is?" I'll give it a try.
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    Thanks. The problem is, I wasn't given that login. The site was set up by a pre-previous webmaster, so the more recent one almost certainly doesn't have this login. I've got logins for a hosting account, for ftp, and for a database, but not a PW admin. I've looked at the config file, thinking there might be a clue, I've tried using the ftp, db, and hosting logins, thinking the old webmaster might have recycled the login, all to no avail so far.
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    Hi all- I'm a small town generalist web designer/developer, I mostly hand-code sites using Brackets, PHP, MySQLi, etc. I just started work for a new client who has several small sites. Even though the sites have inter-related content, each of them are pretty much in their own world in terms of structure and development tools. One's built on Wordpress, one has a simple custom mysql database, one's fairly sophisticated hand-coded html5 with some Bootstrap, and one is a ProcessWire site. I had never heard of ProcessWire until I got ftp access to this site and started looking at the files. I really don't know where to begin with the existing site in an unfamiliar CMS. Does anybody have any words of wisdom while I poke the thing with a stick? Is there some sort of an admin panel somewhere? Is it database driven? Once I start exploring Processwire am I likely to fall in love and start converting other sites to it? For reference, here's the ProcessWire site: https://guidetodrawing.com/ Here's it's similar-looking, inter-related sister site built with different tools: https://www.guidetooilpainting.com/index.html Thanks in advance Garth