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  1. When working with Checkboxes ("Type: Page Reference - Input field type: Checkboxes - with Page field value type: Multiple pages PageArray" fields, that is), this works: $rs = $pages->find('template=foo, parent=/bar/'); foreach ($rs as $p) { $p->of(false); $p->myCheckboxes = null; // Unset all values first $p->myCheckboxes = 'baz'; // Then set the active checkbox with name (or, use Page ID) $p->save(); }
  2. Small request: When working with files outside ProcessWire, it would be useful to know the the public / web folder. Having this folder or directory will allow me to work with the "non-Processwire file system". Example: /var/sites/www.example.com/public/ <- (or whatever your hosting provider calls the public directory for a website) I can get the directory with $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] - unfortunately, the $_SERVER variable is easily manipulated and therefore unsafe (needs to be escaped and such). sprintf('%s/%s/', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'], 'whatever'); Currently print_r($config->paths) outputs two array keys that hold (too deep) info about the public web directory: [sessions] => /var/sites/www.example.com/public/site/assets/sessions/ [classes] => /var/sites/www.example.com/public/site/classes/
  3. I'm importing data from an external system into ProcessWire. Each of the imported records have a unique ID. How might I use the unique ID to prevent duplicate records in ProcessWire? What I want: When importing data find the foreign record ID use it to check for duplicates if a duplicate record is detected, skip it import data into ProcessWire by creating a page in /import/ continue to next record ProcessWire: Later I'll move each page to another location ... meaning that '/import/' will be empty the next time, I run an import job Looking into possible solutions: Unfortunately, ProcessWire Unique Text Fieldtype doesn't do the trick. (ProcessWire Unique Text Fieldtype will allow the page to be created - only the field with a duplicated field value will be blank. In my case, the duplicate record needs to be blocked / *not* created.) Could it be solved by modifying the code for ProcessWire Unique Text Fieldtype?
  4. Solution: has('name') does the job, that's also self-explanatory .. compared to using IDs, as I did in my tests above. var_dump( $page->config->has('foo') ); // bool(true)
  5. Thanks Andreas @AndZyk - both for solution and find() explanation; never used find() much
  6. It's incredible what you can do with ProcessWire. I did hit a limitation on my side though... 😉 and would like to ask for some support: Problem: I'm using a Page Reference Checkboxes field that gets it's Options from a few Pages; Page field value type is set to "Multiple pages PageArray". Screenshot: What I want: to check if each checkbox is checked or not (without using a foreach loop). What I tried: var_dump( $page->config->has(1898)); var_dump( $page->config->getValues()); // (WireArray is output, I don't know how to use that.) var_dump( $page->config->getValues(1898)->id ); // Warning: Attempt to read property "id" on array var_dump( $page->config->get(1898) ); // NULL var_dump( $page->config->get(1898)->id ); // Warning: Attempt to read property "id" on null var_dump( $page->config->first()->id ); // int(1898) ... better, but how to get the next value? var_dump( $page->config[1898] ); // bool(false) var_dump( $page->config->find(1898) ); var_dump( $page->config->find(1898)->id ); var_dump( $page->config(1898) ); NULL (checkbox is set) var_dump( $page->config->1898 ); // unexpected integer "1898", expecting identifier or variable or "{" or "$" var_dump( $page->config->find(1898)->id ); // Fatal Error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function find() on null var_dump( $page->config->has(1898)); // Fatal Error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function has() on null $a = $page->config->getValues(); echo isset($a->1898->id) ? 1 : 0; $a = $page->config->getValues(); echo isset($a->1898->id) ? 1 : 0; // Parse Error: syntax error, unexpected integer "1898", expecting identifier or variable or "{" or "$" echo isset($a[1898]->id) ? 1 : 0; // 0 (but checkbox is set?) echo isset($a[1898]['id']) ? 1 : 0; // 0 (but checkbox is set?) var_dump( $page->config->eq('foo')->id ); // int(1898) var_dump( $page->config->eq('foo') ); // wirearray var_dump( $page->config->has('foo')); // bool(true) // Is this a bug? eq() returns same Page ID for two names. echo $page->config->eq('foo'); // 1898 (correct) echo $page->config->eq('bar'); // 1898 (incorrect, the ID is 1899. ... and thanks for always being a helpful, constructive, and knowledgeable community! Make a great day! 🙂
  7. When I use the suggested solution, then I loose the default markup from main.php. How might I keep the default markup from main.php
  8. `<?php var_dump($page->content3); ?>` outputs NULL. It seems $page->content3 isn't populated?
  9. I use these Markup Regions and Bulma CSS Framework in _main.php: <section class="section"> <div class="container"> <div id="content1" class="content"></div> </div> </section> <section class="section"> <div class="container is-fluid"> <div id="content2"></div> </div> </section> <section class="section"> <div class="container"> <div id="content3" class="content"></div> </div> </section> I want to specify HTML tags required by a CSS framework - and it shall be output only when the Markup Region produces an output. I want the full SECTION to be hidden in case the region doesn't output - because if the SECTION tags are output then it will affect the layout in unintended ways. So my question is, how can I hide SECTION tags when the region doesn't produce an output? To me, the challenge here is that Bulma requires a layout structure before Content 1-3 are output (specifically, the SECTION and DIV.container tags) - and it seems this pattern is always output by Markup Regions - which is causing the mentioned issues. Feel free to suggest alternative ways to work with Markup Regions and Bulma (or other CSS frameworks).
  10. Regarding multi-language fields such as TextLanguage, TextareaLanguage, and PageTitleLanguage: When multi-language fields are shown in Page Edit mode, I often use them next to non-multi-language fields. That makes the page appear a bit disorganized and cluttered because multi-language fields vs non-multi-language fields don't align horizontally. The reason is that multi-language field have "language switcher tabs" that forces the field to "jump down" whereas normal fields stay in the normal position. See screenshot 1. It makes me sea sick! 😉 Suggested solution is to move the "language switcher tabs" up so that it aligns with the field label. See screenshot 2.
  11. @dragan - That'll work. Thanks! I use the snippet below that copies the full Image object so that all Image properties remain intact for use in the subsequent foreach(): foreach ($page->children() as $p) { $imgs = $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images; if( isset($p->foo->id) && $imgs ) { $gmi = []; foreach ($imgs as $img) { $gmi[] = $img; } foreach ( array_reverse($gmi) as $v) { echo "<img src=\"{$v->width(140)->url}\" alt=\"{$p->foo->title}\">"; } } }
  12. How might I programmatically output images from an Image field from another template in descending order? I want to reverse the order of images on the front-end page (see code below). I want to keep the order in ProcessWire Admin. The Image field accepts multiple images. Code: foreach ($page->children() as $p) { if( isset($p->foo->id) && $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images->count>0 ) { foreach ($pages->get($p->foo->id)->images as $img) { echo "<img data-src=\"{$img->width(140)->url}\" width=\"\" height=\"\" alt=\"{$p->foo->title}\" class=\"uk-align-right uk-visible@m\" uk-img>"; } } } Things I tried (that didn't have an effect): $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images->sort("sort=-sort") $pages->get("id={$p->foo->id},sort=-sort")->images I also wanted to try a for() loop but didn't know how to.. # Failed attempts: $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images[0]; $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images->1; # This works - but only for first and last (not a third image) and I would need to check if each image existed. $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images->first; $pages->get($p->foo->id)->images->last; I am aware that ProcessWire isn't specifically designed for working with child pages this way - it's probably even a bad practice - it's just that it almost always works very, very well. 🙃 PS: Would you normally set the width and height attributes, or leave them out?
  13. @adrian's script works like a charm when executed from a template page - I followed these steps: Step 1 - Create new template with same fields set as on the repeater field. * Field names must match (if they don't, you might map them manually). Step 2 - Add the script to a Template. * I set repeater field name and page template name. * The script will attempt to copy all "repeater pages" found by '$page->$rf'. So, I used a template file that could access the repeater fields with '$page->$rf'. Step 3 - Run the migration by visiting the page. * At this point, I removed the script and inspected the results. Results: * All fields were migrated (saved me a ton of detailed copy-paste work!). * Title field was set to a code ("1234-9234") because my Repeater didn't have a Title field - but it was easy to update manually. * Url name field was set to a code ("1234-9234") - and updated after I manually pressed Save on each page. * Even language fields were correctly migrated. Nice! <?php $rf = "my_source_repeater_fieldname"; //repeater field name $pt = "my-destination-page-template"; //page template name foreach($page->$rf as $r){ $np = new Page(); $np->of(false); $np->template = $pt; $np->parent = $page; foreach($r->fields as $f){ $np->$f = $r->$f; } $np->save(); }
  14. Where I am: Edit Page -> Settings -> Parent -> "+Change". Edit Field -> Page Reference field -> Input tab -> "Selectable pages (Select the parent of the pages that are selectable)" -> "+Change". ... and possibly other locations where the Page Tree is used. Quality of life improvement: When modifying Parent Pages (Edit Page) or Selectable pages (on a Page Reference field) and I press "+Change" to change the Parent Page, it would be nice if the current Parent Page came into focus without effort. Current solution: As an editor, I am required to find the Parent Page / "Page Reference parent page" manually which makes me think ("where did I put that page?"), takes a bit of time ("click, click, click"), and is hard on a larger site with a deep structure. The unmet goals are: I instantly see the context for the current Parent Page. I can effortlessly select another Parent Page. Constraints: Large website makes it hard to navigate and get a view of the Page Tree. I don't want to pick an incorrect Parent Page. It's sometimes difficult to see if I choose the right parent. The Parent Page must be in the current "Page Branch" ("/foo/bar/baz/" -> "/foo/quz/baz/"). I don't always need to see/browse the full Page Tree. Sometimes a lot of parent pages are unnessarily shown (larger websites with 4-5 levels of pages). Better: When I open the Edit Page / Edit Field page and click "+Change", I want the tree structure to expand (in a modal?) and bring the current Parent Page into focus. It's one of those small things that help create a smooth user experience. Additional thoughts: The displayed Page Tree only shows the current Page Branch; this might optionally be specified on the Template. Hide "unneeded" parent pages in a larger websites with 4-5 levels of pages (how?). Perhaps you have additional ideas that might improve working with Parent Pages when editing a page or a field?
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