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  1. ProcessWire users are using many different versions of published modules. There are in fact some modules that have not been updated, however they most likely are associated with prior versions of ProcessWire. I don't believe there are any 3.x version modules that are not being actively maintained (updated). The other fact is that some modules have been written a long time ago and actually don't have a reason to be updated. If they show 3.x compatibility it means that the module developer has checked and certified that the module works with the current version. Are there modules that may have been abandoned, I'm quite sure there may be a few? It would be insightful to understand what you think would be a better working solution? Thanks again for your concern and input.
  2. Everyone, We have all given our opinions and stated why we disagree. That's should be it. This is a very friendly community of individuals who want the best tools for web creation, hence we are here. We are glad to have everyone be a part of this vibrant community. Hopefully nobody takes offense when our individual thoughts are put online or assertions are challenged. Have a great day and let's continue to work together.
  3. You could not buy or use any of the Pro Modules and you would be able to make use of the great many tools within the ProcessWire core. The praise for ProcessWIre is not due to the Pro Modules. That's your opinion, which you are entitled to, however an opinion is not a fact. Drupal/Wordpress/Joomla are very large Open Source projects with many individuals and companies sponsoring their development. There's nothing wrong with how these projects fund and maintain their communities. The ProcessWire community is small, talented and growing. The developers and designers that use this product, have come from the other bigger communities. Most come here and stay because ProcessWire allows them to create and have the freedom to do things that could not easily be done in the other Open Source platforms. You can do forms without using Form Builder. It's possible and part of the ProcessWIre core. You have Repeaters and Page Tables that are part of the ProcessWIre core. Do the Pro Modules make things easier, of course they do. They are enhancements to an already solid base. There are many individuals producing free third party modules that expand the capabilities of any ProcessWire developer. You are also able to incorporate many existing Front-End Frameworks with ProcessWire with a minimum of effort. You don't need a ProcessWire version of any Open Source tool to have it work with your ProcessWire installation. The productivity of ProcessWire comes from it's ability to make creating websites or web applications not a complicated process. Unfortunately, everyone will not be able to afford the cost of some commercial modules, however that doesn't mean that they can't make outstanding websites without them. Also not based on fact. Questions are answered and solutions given to a range of difficult scenarios on a routine basis. Many participants provide custom code to solve the questions that are asked on this forum. You won't find a more better forum where people willingly give of their talents and time.
  4. I would suggest that you open a ticket in Github to properly track this change/enhancement: https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues or https://github.com/processwire/processwire-requests/issues If you have already done this, please post a link in this post for reference purposes. Thanks.
  5. I normally store my page references in a section of the main website page tree. I give this section a name that contains the word "Configuration ". I also store the results of Page Tables in this section.
  6. I will be giving it a try. Thanks for the heads up.
  7. Yes it is: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/pad-loper/ https://www.padloper.pw/
  8. There are many on this forum who would like to help you. Could you provide some additional information regarding your ProcessWire installation, third-party modules installed and any other special setups/configurations you may have made?
  9. Sorry you ran into those problems, however it was suggested that you try the 2.8 version instead of going for 3.x version right away.
  10. Sorry about that, I fully understand. You can also try the Legacy Version 2.8.62. "Same as 3.x but without namespace, for full 2.x compatibility." Upgrading from ProcessWire 2.7 Upgrading from 2.7 to 2.8.x Login to the admin of your site. Edit your /site/config.php and set $config->debug = true; to ensure you can see error messages. Replace your /wire/ directory and /index.php file with the ones from here. When you've confirmed a successful upgrade: Replace your .htaccess file with the included htaccess.txt file, OR if you have made changes to your .htaccess file, you may want to apply any changes manually (see instructions in section above). Remember to restore the $config->debug setting back to false in your /site/config.php file.
  11. Is there a critical reason that you are still working on an older version of ProcessWire? Have you tried to update to a current version? Thanks.
  12. Please post this and all your Form Builder issues in the Form Builder forum. If you don't have access to it, please pm @ryan
  13. If you are not having this problem on a fresh install but only on one particular PW installation, how are you sure that this is a PW side issue?
  14. I would suggest that you coordinate with your hosting provider, as you have many infrastructure errors that only they can correct. Please make sure you give them these same errors listed and they should be able to help you. Once that has been taken care of, let's see if you continue having problems with installing ProcessWire.