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  1. jwaldeck


    Hi Everyone! I'm glad to show you guys my first Processwire project: http://www.ihera.com.br/ It's a simple yet tailor made website I did for a clinic specialized in women health in Brazil. We've designed/coded several templates for the backend, used the Skeleton CSS Framework (http://www.getskeleton.com/) to help making it responsive adn some some minor javascript to some pages - and of course, made it very SEO friendly with custom titles and meta description for each page. I'd like to thank Ryan again for this amazing tool! I've never done such a tailor made CMS (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, CMS - I've been there) that's so easy to use that my client didn't need more than 10 minutes of "training" and is super happy about the outcome and the ease of maintaining it. Simple, amazing and beautiful. Best of all: the code is clean and since you code the templates from scratch, you know exactly what is what and speed and great clean markup is an obvious result of it... Let me know what you think! Tks a lot! jw
  2. Hello everyone! I'm about to start a project, but before I do, I'd like to ask you about a particular problem I might face later on. I mean, building the site would be a breeze using processwire, for sure. So I'm putting it off for a bit to learn more about managing user accounts. We're expecting to have thousands of users, all generated by an admin. No user signups. Every account would have to be generated with usernames and passwords. When the users log in, they'll be able to see a couple of pages that only users could see. Although, each user would have a single category or group that determines what pages they can see. It's pretty standard, except for the part that I think it would be such a chore to manage all those accounts. So I'm looking for suggestions on how to manage users, probably generate them from a list or a csv or something, and automate categories and permissions. I'm willing to create a module for this, if the need says so. But if there's an easier way you guys can think of, all help is appreciated. Meanwhile, I'll be lurking around the forums as usual to look for brilliant ideas from previous post! Thanks! And if I may say so, I love how processwire seems to be on fire the past weeks! Alex
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