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  1. Thank you! I think this is what I was looking for
  2. I use the blank template. I can look under the hood of the blog template just to see how it's done if that's what you recommend. I meant blogs OR portfolio. Just the concept of letting a user add ongoing items under one template similar to a Wordpress site.
  3. I love process wire and really want to use it over WordPress but I'm not clear on how it can do blog and portfolio items. I realize you can create fields but how can you make it so the user can add ongoing blog posts and or portfolio items that has the same template?
  4. What's the easiest way to change the logo to our company logo and change the background blue color in the header in the admin dashboard?
  5. No i think wordpress keeps things that keep growing in like one table, but honestly I could care less about Wordpress lol. ProcessWire is definitely better. Just was wondering about this. Maybe I still need to brush up on my database structure skills.
  6. PW is amazing! I was just wondering. It seems adding tables for every field isn't the best database structure for efficiency, but I assume they made the right choice!
  7. I must've done something wrong. I can add a page only by going to the Tree, but it doesn't show in the shortcuts.
  8. Awesome! What is your process as you make changes locally and want to keep local and staging links in sync while you add new page fields and cms content locally?
  9. Excuse my ignorance, this a pure whimsical question, but I noticed that whenever you add a field inside processwire it creates an entire database table out of the field inside the processwire database. Seems like you can easily get to 100 tables. I'm wondering why it was done that way. Is that scalable. I would've thought it's better to just have all processwire fields added into a single database table with a few columns that give context on their associations.
  10. I love this module! I'm wondering though, how to make this easier as we build out a site's cms. Is there a way for when I'm working locally and I create new fields or have some new CMS content updates locally, is there a way to sync up or easily push this to the cloned remote site's database without having to create a whole new backup, upload, create db all over again on the second server?
  11. UPDATE: Solved. I had gulp and the browsersync node module running while I packaged up which added a weird script in the installer.php page. I found it and removed it and re-ran. All good now. When I upload the package and installer and go to the installer.php file on the server i get this error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '__bs_script__' (T_STRING), expecting ',' or ';' in /...n/installer.php on line 334
  12. Ok lol i got the above all working. I found the package manager under Process and I had to re-name the directory of the module from Duplicate-master to Duplicate. Now I'm wondering how does this handle the database on the clone. Does it create the database automatically? How does that work.
  13. Solved: I did find the packager under the Processes heading. i see it now and installed, but after generating a backup, I get this error when I click the installer file that should be created and I think the package needs the installer file...
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