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  1. Hello, i need to sort $pages by the first letter an show on the page like A - Aname Page - Aname Page - Aname Page - Aname Page B - Bname Page - Bname Page - Bname Page - Bname Page How can i check which is the first letter from the page.title ?? Tnx
  2. This is a pretty typical thing. Open a page, it does a $pages query, finds 112 things and I list them on the page. There is pagination too, 20 per page. I want a sort dropdown box so the visitor can change alpha sort or whatever other sorts and filters I eventually use. My first thought is to just refresh the page with a url query like "page/?sort=az" and then adjust the query in the template code. But to do this, it will require a page refresh, which means the sort box goes back to its default, and not sure how it effects pagination. If I do a page refresh, I'll have to keep the sort settings in the session or something, to make sure I always apply correct sort on page load. But at the same time, I've already got the $pages array, it would be much nicer to shuffle it and update the page without a page refresh, rather than run the query over and over again. But then again, the pagination buttons already cause page refreshes, so that is already happening anyway, unless I convert the pagination buttons to also be no-refresh somehow. I figure this is a very common problem, to paginate results and give users a sorting/filtering option. What is the common methods for handling it? Session, url query, ajax? If I just add the sort to the url query, how do I make that work in the pagination links?
  3. Hi there, I'm trying to implement a hidden stats page to store various counters and I'm using this article as a basis for my PHP Code I've created a stats page based on a stats template, and the page is set to unpublished with no other attributes. What have I overlooked if the following code returns a Nullpage ? $stats = wire(pages)->get("/stats"); I can "get" a homepage without any issue for reference.
  4. Hi all, I'm building a "news" type site and creating a "related articles" list on article pages. That's easy enough with tags/categories fields I've setup but I'd like to exclude any articles from the list that have already been viewed by the user that session. I can of course store the page IDs that have been viewed in a session array. Is there a way to do this with the PW API eg $pages->find("template=articles, category=localnews, pageid!=34,56,87") or similar? I know I can pull all pages then exclude in PHP afterwards but would rather do without the extra overhead if possible. Thanks Loges
  5. Hi, I have encountered the following problem in the otherwise magnificent CMS ProcessWire: I'm sorting pages according to: "$page->children("sort=...". This is principally working fine, but the problem occurs when values like the following are returned: "10,4m3; 10m3; 8m3...". ProcessWire interprets them as text, which means that it thinks that e.g. "8m3" is greater than "10m3" seeing how the earlier begins on a greater number. Does anyone have any ideas how I could work around this issue, and indeed get PW to sort the values in the following order: "8m3; 10m3; 10,5m3...". Thanks!
  6. I am looking to display Scorecards on a rider_profile.php page. I am using a event_results.php page that has a pagetable field that generated the scorecards. The settings of the pagetable field has the pages being created under a page called scorecards. There are going to be multiple cards throughout the year for each rider depending on how many events they attend. Since there are multiple cards per rider I set the pagetable setting for Automatic Page Name Format to Ymd:His to create different folders for each scorecard. When I did that my code below doesn't work of course. How do I search the children folders? I am using $pages so I don't think I can use children() . $event_hx = $pages->get("/2014-season/scorecards/")->find("template=scorecard, Competitor~=$rider"); foreach($event_hx as $hx) echo "<li><a href='{$hx->url}'>{$hx->Event_Name}</a></li>"; Link to Dr Frankenstein's monster. EDIT: I noticed this thread suggested by the forum as related and changed the code to below and it works. $pages->get("/2014-season/scorecards/, include=all")
  7. Hello, I am following the Basic Website Tutorial http://wiki.processwire.com/index.php/Basic_Website_Tutorial After creating the site settings page and uploading an image to the header_banner img field, the tutorial says to include the path of the image file like so: I changed it to this: However, they should be the same. But unfortunately my image is not showing up. When I pull the code inspector in Chrome, this is the HTML that I see. When I go into my remote folder and navigate to site>assets>files>1008, I see two files: the original jpg I uploaded (pwtut-header.jpg), and one other one (pwtut-header-1.0x100.jpg). What is going on here? Has there been an api change since that tutorial?
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