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  1. Hmm. I didn't see $image->url on the API Cheatsheet. Thanks though, I'lll have to try it.
  2. I'm attempting to make a photoblog type of site and was wondering if there's a clean way to get the image directory path when using the $image->size method. The purpose of this is so the user can upload their large images, display as a thumbnail and click to view a medium version no taller than 800px within a modal. As you can see, I've had to hardcode the site/assets/files directory. Is there another method? (*the getThumb function refers to another installed module) foreach($page->images as $image) { echo '<a href="site/assets/files/'.$page->id.'/'.$image->size('','800').'"><img src="'.$image->getThumb('thumbnail').'" alt="'.$image->description.'"/>'; }
  3. This is a very interesting topic. I'm a third party theme developer for WordPress (simplethemes.com) but by no means a purist. I just wanted to chime in and say that I'd be more than willing to collaborate with a few developers and more experienced PW users to bring some of these to life.
  4. Thanks for the explanation, guys. Makes perfect sense. Really impressed with ProcessWire!
  5. Hi, I'm just getting started with ProcessWire and am attempting to make the conversion from ExpressionEngine. My PHP skills are a little rusty, so please bear with me... So I'm trying to make a simple "Related Entries" field. I went with a Pages field type and am accessing the values through the PageArray/WireArray method. Before I get too deep into this, I was wondering if someone could look at this and tell me if I'm going about this in the right way in terms of syntax and native functionality. $a=$page->related; $array = explode("|", $a); if ($a->count()) { echo '<h2>'.$a->getTotal().' Related Entries</h2>'; echo '<ul>'; foreach ($array as $key => $value) { $link = $pages->get($value)->httpUrl; $title = $pages->get($value)->title; $out = '<li><a href="'.$link.'">'.$title.'</a></li>'; echo $out; } echo '</ul>'; }
  6. I'm new to PW and wanted to say thanks for such an awesome, elegant tool. I'm really looking forward to working with it. I hope to be able to help out and contribute some day. Really, though. I'm just blown away. Great job on your own site as well.
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