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When I take a look in a PW database I see this: pages are stored in “pages", templates are stored in “templates", sessions are stored in “sessions", forms are stored in "forms” (form builder), ... I want to make a website with a large catalog (1.5 million products). I don’t want that the products are stored in “pages” table in the database, but in the “products” table. Is this possible in PW? End will I maintain the same options, then when I store all products in “pages”? Some advice would be helpful! Kind Regards, Peejay
Hello everyone! I recently started learning cms. Prompt, I want to make a site directory articles .. and this structure will be yourself .. Article ... Article categories, sub-categories and tags for articles ... please tell me where do I start? which modules to study? and is there any homework on this topic ... I want to make a quick site .. and so I think you need to use Procache? is this so? and whether you will need ProFields? Many thanks to everyone for the help!
Still pretty new to all of this, I am looking to build a website with a catalog component showing products in various categories with various options. I assume most of these, if not all, will be set up as pages (allowing maximum flexibility?). The structure isn't concrete yet but that is the loose plan for now. The client has since requested a scope change that any user looking at the site could... add a browsed item to some kind of wish-list functionality "build a quote" that they could... review what they selected on one page (potentially removing or changing quantities i assume) and then... submit this wishlist/quote request, along with some basic contact information, back to the client so that they could follow up further. It isn't an industry where one would ever provide a cart, with prices, and allow someone to buy an item -- so a formal cart seems somewhat overkill. Because of my unfamiliarity I was wondering if someone could help provide some insight as to how something like this could be accomplished with processwire off the shelf, or with a basic module, or perhaps it would need a completely custom module to be built. At the very least it would help me respond to the client with options. Ideally I would like to build with processwire. Thanks for any thoughts.