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  1. In early August I installed the dev branch of ProcessWire 2.5. I'd like to upgrade to the latest dev version. Does that entail just uploading the latest version of the files, then checking the install.sql file and making changes to the database manually? Unfortunately, I did not make note of which Git commit it was I installed from, though I could probably narrow it down to the date. The footer reports v2.4.10, but I don't think that's correct? Thanks for any help. I'm new to running dev versions of PW.
  2. Hello everyone, I'm new here but I'm really looking forward to using this amazing tool to help me complete a new project. I am currently developing a site using a web based database named Omeka for a local art gallery. They have thousands of works available in their archives and their current non dynamic website is no longer able to keep up with its content. The cms that will be handling all of the content is amazing for dealing with objects and their associated metadata, but when it comes to its ability to create custom content it just doesn't have enough tools. So after much searching I came upon processwire, and I am really excited. So here is what I am hoping to achieve. Omeka handles the objects. Processwire handles the pages within the site that need to be curated. So what I currently have is several views that include in the body of the website that are pointed to paths in processwire’s directories and an iframe in my admin panel that points to processwire’s admin panel to create the feeling of a plugin. Where I am now struggling is how I should approach hiding the view’s path from the web, but still allowing them to be included in the rest of the project. Thank you in advance!
  3. Hi there I'm developing a PW site in conjunction with someone else who is offsite they are using their own local machine then I'm copying stuff over onto our main dev server via SFTP and phpmyadmin (ie I'm dumping a new copy of the site folder each time and then dropping all tables and importing new ones from his DB export) one issue I have run into this way - we have different login credentials setup and these keep getting nuked each time we do this is there anyway to maintain the current user credentials and still update the DB and site files? I can't even find where PW is storing user credentials (especially for the superuser) which would be a start
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