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  1. Full disclosure: I'm starting in ProcessWire after having used MODX almost exclusively for the last four or five years. I still tend to think in terms of the parameters that I can set in a function call and, frankly, my knowledge of php has degenerated thanks to every need pretty much being covered by the snippet library there. I am trying to familiarize myself with ProcessWire by coding a simple gallery site (to work my way up to more complex sites as I get more comfortable). I've been able to look up everything I need between the cheat sheet, wiki and the existing forum topics until today. I have finally stumbled into something I can't quite work out (and can't figure out keywords with which to search). Staging site, the gallery in question: http://www.creativejay.com/xine/portfolio/ (I haven't finished setting up fancybox, that's fiddly stuff for later) In the portfolio I have three albums currently. Since these galleries will only grow, I want to add pagination now. I understand how to paginate with MarkupPagerNav and find(), which is how I retrieve the albums themselves, but the individual images in the album are retrieved with a double scoop of foreach. Here's the entire code of my function at the moment: <?php function galleryMain(){ $albums = wire("pages")->find("has_parent=/albums/"); echo "<div class='albumgrid'>"; $out =""; foreach($albums as $album) { $albumimages = $album->gallery; $thumbsize = 140; foreach ($albumimages as $albumimage) { $out .= "<a href='{$albumimage->url}' title='{$albumimage->description}' class='fancybox-button' rel='fancybox-button'>"; $out .= "<img src='{$albumimage->size($thumbsize, $thumbsize)->url}' style='margin-right: 15px; margin-bottom:25px; border: solid 1px #000000;' height='{$thumbsize}' width='{$thumbsize}'>"; $out .= "</a>"; } echo $out; } echo "</div>"; } ?> So what's happening above (as I understand it) is that it's fetching the children of /albums/ which results in three albums. It runs through each one "as $album" and within that it runs through all the items in the album's $gallery field, then loops back and repeats for each album. If I add my pagination limit in the initial find() call, it's actually just limiting the number of albums display. Since my desired thumbnail limit is 30 per page and there are three albums this is moot (aside from not being what I want). If I were to limit within the "as $album" call, or deeper, would it not limit the items displayed from each album, but not necessarily result in pagination in the resulting web page that would lead me to additional pages of thumbnails? So my question is: What syntax (and where) do I use to paginate the code above to display a maximum of 30 gallery thumbnail images, total, from three albums per page? Ideally I'd also like to order them so that the newest images appear first, exclusive of what album they are from. I should note I'm following the gallery tutorial from the wiki and I am more than happy to use different code in my function entirely if it achieves the goal more directly. Thanks a bunch in advance!
  2. Short version Can we make the Page fieldtype as the tagging engine for images? Long version / real example I started using image tags for the first time after reading making efficient use of fields in PW. There's a part titled Use multi-file fields to replace several single-file fields where Ryan mentions tagging. As I was building a site for an interior designer, I needed an almost identical setup and to tag images with a gallery with "basement", "living room", "garden" and "kitchen" tags. At one stage, my client wanted "basement" changed to "basement and garden" and I had to manually edit about 15 images. No big deal really but it doesn't seem very scalable. Having used the Page fieldtype for tagging blog posts and news and experienced how easy it is to make global tag names changes etc, I wondered if the Page fieldtype could be put on the roadmap as the tagging engine for images or at least as an option.
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