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  1. Hello, My client has come to me with a website that has been developed in CodeIgniter by someone else and wants me take over it for some design changes. The website is basically a directory listing of various of books, movies, events etc. related to a specific topic. So this is heavily database driven. I know basic PHP, and have been using ProcessWire for a while now (though not yet an expert at the APIs). I have no knowledge of how CodeIgniter works. What I will be needed to do is to change the design of some elements a bit, and add a couple of fields of information in the database. My questions are- How do I convert this website into a PW website? How long will it take just for the conversion? Do I need to learn CodeIgniter for it?
  2. Hello, all ! I wanted to post this message on dev, but i can't ! So, i use tu use codeigniter to develop specific projects and , i really like the philosopy of processwire ! So between, the two solutions, i don't know what to do ! My problem is that , my developpmet skills are pretty low, and develop wit h codeingiter is really easy! I'll develop a specific application with account , events, payments ... Is it, for example easy to use a payment solution ? I'm affraid to be locked with processwire dut to my development skills, even if it doesn't seems too hard to use ! What is your advise , for a meduim skill developper ? Thank you
  3. Hey guys, I want to manage some contens for a site running on CodeIgniter using PW. But as I try to access CI, I get this error: Unable to complete this request due to an error. I tried these ones, both return that error. <?php if ( ! defined('BASEPATH')) exit('No direct script access allowed'); require __DIR__.'/../../cms/index.php'; class Processwire extends CI_Controller { public function index() { echo '<pre>'; var_dump($wire->pages->get('/news/')); } } /* End of file suche.php */ /* Location: ./system/application/controllers/processwire.php */ <?php if ( ! defined('BASEPATH')) exit('No direct script access allowed'); class Processwire extends CI_Controller { private $wire = null; function __construct() { require __DIR__.'/../../cms/index.php'; $this->wire = $wire; } public function index() { echo '<pre>'; var_dump($this->wire->pages->get('/news/')); } } /* End of file suche.php */ /* Location: ./system/application/controllers/processwire.php */ Any Ideas what might cause the error? PW doesn't log anything, even with debug turned on. It it CI specific, as I can use the same code using a independent php file. Thanks
  4. I'm building my first brand new Processwire site! It's easy and looks really extensible so I'm excited. However, I have a codeigniter app that is going to eventually sit in a directory beneath Processwire and I want to store assets like css, js, and images in a top-level directory that both CI and PW will access. Right now, I've accomplish this by using tags like `<img src="<?php echo $config->urls->templates ?>../../assets/images/russellbits-logo-small.png" alt="Russellbits"/>` Works fine, but it's messy. Is there another way I could do this in PW without making an http call?
  5. Am very happy that I have found PW for building my general client websites. It really suits the way I work perfectly. I have started learning Codeigniter recently also with a view to creating my first web 'application' (if I have grasped the correct meaning...) The idea being that it will take the form of a community website with users and that content will be created on the fly rather than through a "back-end". Now I am pretty sure that PW can manage something on these lines, I was just looking for some good, experienced, honest input from the great community here on the differences between building this with PW or CI. Differences that I can see from the start - PW provides an admin side CI provides several helper classes for things like email and forms
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