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  1. Hi, this is the first time I'm using ProcessWire. I thought I get how fields, template and pages work, but when I create a template in the CMS, it doesn't generate any file in site/templates/ Then I thought I might need to create a blank file myself manually on the FTP (which already seems odd to me). Once I did that, I tried to add fields to the template but again, doesn't write to the php file. When I create a new page and apply said template to it, the page stay blank. AFAIK the mod_rewrite of the apache is on and I went for the worst case scenario described here https://processwire.com/docs/security/file-permissions/ and set all file-permissions for future files to 0666 and folders to 0777 in the config.php What am I not getting and what am I doing wrong? Help is appreciated, stay save everybody, Fred
  2. Hi I installed processwire php PHP 5.3.29 and on the login page, I get a white screen. Front-end works without a problem. Any ideas. No errors in the file errors.txt
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