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  1. Hi @Jonathan Lahijani Thank you for your research into this topic. I agree with you that RepeaterMatrix is a good and probably the best solution for page-building, and should be developed even further in the future.
  2. You should also take a look at Repeater Matrix https://processwire.com/store/pro-fields/repeater-matrix/
  3. Thanks for a great module. Perhaps this is out of the scope for this module, but I will mention it anyway. I think it would be great addition to this module, if it were possible to add any page from the page-tree to the left or right column in the admin-bar. One use-case for this could be to give the user access to some settings-page (e.g. a settings-factory page). Thanks!
  4. Could it perhaps be that the php tags in the template-files are written the "old way" with <? ?> instead of <?php ?> which is required now by newer php versions?
  5. I am pretty sure, the error gets logged to some log-file on the machine. If Tracy is installed as a module, you might find something in the Tracy log-files.
  6. Have you looked into the "error.log" in the "apache / logs"-folder?
  7. I had the same issue. The problem was that there was a templates record in the database created with no-name. When I deleted this record (with Adminer), everything was working again.
  8. Some of the module pages are giving an error when opened: E.g.:
  9. What is the reason that this is set? RewriteCond %{SERVER_ADDR} !=127.0.0.1 I need to remove it to make it work on my production server.
  10. Sometimes you have to burst the css-cache, to ensure that visitors that have visited your site earlier, will get an updated version of the css-file.
  11. The idea is that the link to the css-file will change every second, and the browser will be tricked into thinking this is a new stylesheet and loading it fresh every time (and not cached copy).
  12. @ryan and @Pete Congratulations on the site upgrade! It is impressive to see all the elements of ProcessWire coming together in a unified solution. Best of all, the website seems to be blazingly fast. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Same feeling I had when I found PW around Christmas-time a year and a half ago. It still feels like wrapping up Christmas gifts, every time I find a new useful module (though the modules directory is a bit messy 😀).
  14. @David Karich Thank you for a good module. Your templates-setup also looks very good. I noticed you use Admin Theme Boss. But how do you achieve those very nice looking "View", "Save Only" and "Publish" buttons to the left?
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