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  1. Hi! Is it possible to specify explicitly the parent section when creating a new child page with a single template? The idea is to save the user from the possibility of mistakenly choosing a section, but not to create unnecessary identical templates What I mean: Let's say I've got 2 parent categories with names articles & news. Each of them utilized the same admin-template (category) with the category.php file. Also, I have 2 different templates for child pages (article & news). Next, I need to add an article page to the articles category with the "create new" button
  2. How to FieldtypePage category as blog? Home - receptek - recept - recept - recept - kategorak - kategoria - kategoria - kategoria recept.php <?php foreach($page->kat_page as $item) { //$item = kategoria echo "<h3>$item->title</h3>"; //kategoria->recept??? }
  3. Hello my friends. Today I started working on my recipe website again and it was the turn to show recipes (pages) that has a specific category assigned in a field. In my NowKnow project for categories I used a parent page where inside of it I had the children and everything seemed to be super easy. This time, however, I decided to change the approach so I created a parent page Recipe categories and assigned to it my 'category' template. Inside the parent I added a few categories that I want to be able to select via PageReferrence field 'recipe_category'. The parent template would show
  4. Hi, I'm quite sure to have read everything, doc and forums, about urlSegment, but I'm still not understanding how to use it. After have set my categories with this excellent post, I'm unable to fix url as I want. Page title | Template | actual url | url I want Categ-publi | parent_categ | categ-publi/article | publication/article -- Article | categories | Publication | basic-template | publication/example1
  5. Hi I read tons of posts/tutorials about categories and variations on the same subject. However, I think there is something I don't understand or just use a wrong design. Does someone could kindly explain where is my problem? Directory (basic-page template) -- Category (links template) --- Link 1 (repeater) I have no problem to output the content of the repeater on his own page of category. However, my problem is to list everything on the directory page. I suppose I can do a $page->find("template=links") but it make no sense to add that on a general basi
  6. Hey guys, So First Structure: Home [template=home] --Category [template=collection_list] ---SubCategory [template=collection_category] ----Articles [template=collection_basic] Each 'Articles' has a field called 'thumbnail' and 'banner'. I want to grab the latest article under a category and output the thumbnail and the banner. I'm quite new to PW (loving it so far) and I'm hoping you guys will be able to support me here.. I know it needs to look something like this... var_dump($pages->find("template=collection_basic, limit=1, sort=id")->thumbnail); ... Yes that's my var
  7. Hello, I'm right now fighting to get content filtered by category. Maybe someone can help me... I have set up a hidden page area as filter option: - categories - cat 1 - cat 2 - cat 3 In some pages I'm able so select these categories as filters - work so far perfect. But: How can I filter the pages which have only the selected filters (categories)? I use the following code as the categories should always be shown: <?php $categories = $pages->find("template=category"); echo "<li>" . "<a href='{$page->url}'>All</a>" . "</li
  8. I'm creating a site to showcase project work from my students. I know this is a breeze with my conventional SQL database and ASP.NET tooling but hopefully I can work this out in Processwire. Can anyone comment on whether this plan holds water? Each Project has: Name Student members (1-4) n photos or videos or audio clips Obviously a page with a backing template with the appropriate field types works here. However, the members need to be selected from a separate list of Students. This suggests a PageReference field I reckon and a repeater to handle 1-4 Students. I have student details (ID &
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