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  1. Go to Setup/Templates: You should now be able to add any additional fields that you need.
  2. Can you please be a little more descriptive of what problems you are having, so someone can adequately help you (i.e. what errors are you getting)? Thanks
  3. Here are some links that should give you some insight to where CSP is at: https://www.w3.org/TR/CSP2/ http://caniuse.com/#feat=contentsecuritypolicy2 https://content-security-policy.com/ https://www.keycdn.com/blog/http-security-headers/ Microsoft - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/dev-guide/security/content-security-policy Google - https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/security/csp/ Mozilla - https://hacks.mozilla.org/2016/02/implementing-content-security-policy/ https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/CSP Opera - https://dev.opera.com/extensions/architecture-overview/ It is also known (reported) that Safari may not be so CSP compliant. I don't believe that Apple has an official Content Security policy. Best Regards, Charles
  4. Could you please explain what you actually did (please give some details) and maybe someone can help you? Thanks.
  5. I would be interested in this service.
  6. A Followup This was an interesting conversation by all parties. What I didn't get was what actual syntax that was put in the /site/config.php file. While this may not matter to more experienced users, it makes a difference to others. My sites don't use Multi-Language and I was still confronted with the error that @EyeDentify noted in the original post when updating an existing site to ProcessWire 3.0.55 This is what I put in the /site/config.php file to make error go away /** * Installer: SetLocale Setting * * This is now needed since ProcessWire 3.0.53 to set local information * */ setlocale(LC_ALL, "en_US.utf8"); As @matjazp stated, it doesn't really matter where in the file this goes. What was confusing to me is that most other settings in the /site/config.php file started with $config and it wasn't clear whether this setting needed to follow that style. As I said, it may not be important to experienced PHP users, but knowing what to put when confronted with this warning is helpful. As an aside, it would also be helpful to know the exact syntax that is needed if using the init or ready files. Maybe I have missed something in reading all this that should have been clear to me and excuse me if I have. If what I have used is incorrect, I ask that someone provide the correct format (styling). Thanks.
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    @justb3a, I see you are extra busy today releasing new modules. Great work!
  8. Yes, I agree. I also believe that It's the infusion of new talent (new users) that will help make that possible. Being able to convey the web building/designing process into words takes a special talent. Unfortunately, in the Tech world it's not always the most talented that have the teaching/mentoring gene. I believe that as time goes on, there will be individuals who will step forward, volunteer their time, and make the technical aspects of ProcessWire easier for the new users. I've been here since 2012 and have seen a remarkable increase in participation and better (more complete) documentation. The ProcessWire community is still quite small compared to others (WP, Joomla, Drupal), however the exchange of information on this Forum is the best that I have ever seen.
  9. @mikeuk, Sorry that you had problems with ProcessWire. We are glad that you have taken the time to try out ProcessWire. Hopefully you will hang in there and will stick with this vibrant community. Numerous members are extremely helpful and go out of their way to help people with their particular problems. I believe anyone can learn from this community and we also would benefit from your future contributions. It can be extremely difficult when things don't quite work out as you had planned. Fortunately, we all learn from these disasters. The important thing is that our community will always be there to help troubleshoot or explain how things work. I believe with time, you will look back and be very pleased that you hung in there with us.
  10. Are you able to test with PHP 7.x? If so, it would be interesting to see what the results are. Thanks.
  11. Maybe rarely used by some, however I make use of it. There are many ways to do many things in ProcessWire, i would hate to lose any functionality or convenience. My two cents on this issue.
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    Good Day, I have installed this module to test out on a new site that I'm building. It shows as Version 0.0.1 When I go to Upgrade it shows that there is a Version 1.0.0 Once You go to upgrade, it says that things were upgraded however it's still at Version 0.0.1 Any help that you can provide is greatly appreciated.
  13. Very nice and very useful. Thanks
  14. I hope you seriously get this working. I would gladly support a commercial module with the feature set listed. Good luck, as always.
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