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  1. Thank you very much @wbmnfktr - that worked perfectly and complies with CSP as well.
  2. I have pages with a masthead image that is loaded to a background using inline styles. They are dynamic depending on the page. The problem is that with CSP I can't use inline styles, therefore I lose the ability to load the background image dynamically as we can't use php in the css file where you would normally move the inline style to. I am checking flexbox at the moment, and have looked at a div with the image covering the whole visible area on a different z-index level, but that is ugly and doesn't work consistently... The reason that I need it as a background is because I have content (text) over. Any ideas appreciated.
  3. Thank you both, I have now got something to work with. @dragan it is my own custom PW module that I wanted to access output from Formbuilder. I just couldn't work out a method. I will go and do some more work.
  4. Is it possible to access a modules output from within another module. I am trying to access Formbuilder output in a function for a sales admin module that I am building. Any how-to's or pointers appreciated.
  5. Thank you Macrura and Robin S - I have finally got it working after trying both methods (and a few others) - in the end, it was a rookie error in that I needed to logout and back into admin to make the changes to the latest legacy pw version. Then it worked as per Robin S - which is where I started 🙂
  6. Hi there, this was addressed way back in I am not able to do this either. It is in a legacy site. I updated to the latest wire version 2.8.62, tried the ideas in the other post, but still cannot get markdown to behave in this field. Any ideas as to how this can be done?
  7. Thanks very much everybody. Several ways to skin the cat there. Thank you once again.
  8. Thank you both. Yes 'financial stuff' wasn't very eloquent or illuminating but you got the gist of it 🙂 - Essentially it would be the structure of a shop without billing or prices, just the ability to choose items and then dump them in a basket and add quantities or delete items then email back the info and confirm to the client. Thank you very much kongondo for your detailed explanation. Much appreciated.
  9. Hi, I am trying to work out the best way to make something like a shopping basket without all the financial stuff. Basically, choose products/items, add to 'basket', view basket, send enquiry. Pre-processwire I did this with sessions etc. Thinking as I have already constructed the catalogue and individual product pages, I should be able to move on from there. Can't get it straight in my head so any guidance would be appreciated.
  10. Actually, it was the #2 @kongondo thank you. I need to read up on the multi-instance feature
  11. Thanks elabx. I am just trying to get my head around centrally updating umpteen subdomains whilst allowing some update in each of those subdomain by the regional user.
  12. Hi there, I am looking at creating a lot (between 25 & 120 over time) of sub-domains that are for regions of a parent company. Most of the content I want to be able to populate at the central admin once, however, I would like to give the local site owners the chance to create content for some areas themselves. I have seen Soma's multisite module but wonder if this is appropriate for my use, or if there are other ideas? Appreciate any comments.
  13. That was the answer Robin S. I had added a list-style: none - where did that come from? ;-) Thanks a lot!
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