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  1. I'm trying to create a new page through a file outside of the PW system. require('path/to/index.php'); $p = new Page(); $p->template = 'basic-page'; $p->parent = '/about/'; $p->title = 'Title'; $p->save(); Error: Echoing $wire->config->urls->assets works. I'm executing the code from the command line.
  2. Hi all, I am using Processwire to synchronize Albums form a Facebook Page into Processwire. Works like a charm! I'm using two loops to synchronize the albums One loop that creates a page that stands for the "album" One loop that stores every image within the album as a child of the "album" I experienced that this loop however only synchronizes the first 25 images. I was wondering, is there any kind of limitation that comes with the page creation API? I used the following script as posted before by Ryan if I'm not mistaking $p = new Page(); $p->template = "fb_image"; $p->parent =
  3. Hi, while setting up my first ProcessWire site, I ended up with a very specific problem: The PageNameURL does not consider German umlaute when using the page title to generate the page's URL name. In written German, ae, oe, ue and ss serve as substitutes for the umlaute (mutated vowels) ä, ö, ü and ß, if the actual umlaut cannot be used. As far as I know this is a specific German thing, since other languages use the regular o instead of ø or a instead of å. So here's what happens, if I put some German words in the page title: Page Title: Falsches Üben von Xylophonmusik quält jeden größ
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