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  1. Dynamic Selects Released 27 July 2016 Dynamic Selects is a commercial module that enables the creation of dynamically related/dependent ajax-driven chained dropdown lists (aka cascading selects) for display and storage of multiple types of data. The module can be used both in the front- (display only) and backend (display and storage of data). Setting up Dynamic Selects is very easy. With minimal effort, site developers can set up simple or complex chained selects. By making a selection in a trigger dropdown, via ajax, values are fetched and dynamically populate options in the d
  2. Hi guys, so this thought came to my head after seeing only a commercial application on Envato Market ( CodeCanyon ), An Hotel application platform using Processwire, because lately as a result of my country, I can't easily do alot of things to get paid via PayPal and there isn't much commercial avenue with Processwire community e.g Marketplace or a store, my question is has anyone ever thought of selling solutions built with Processwire on the themeforest market or experience with that. It is just something I'd figured to raise up here, because it is one of the easiest CMS to have installed an
  3. Variations Released 29 May 2017 Variations is a simple yet powerful commercial ProcessWire module that allows website editors to create attributes and their values and from those generate variations of any entity, most notably products. The module consists of FieldtypeVariations and InputfieldVariations as well as a ProcessVariations for managing variations configurations and attributes. Setting up the field is quite easy. First, create a field of type Variations. Define some custom inputs that will need to be directly ed
  4. Hi, I was wondering if people have any recommendation or share their experiences with websites that either provide free or commercial website templates? Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello. My name is Alexey, I'm a designer. So it turned out that I got carried away by ProcessWire and made several sites (links below the post). I have a desire to make template sites for sale on various markets (where possible), as well as on my own site. I'm clear understand the difference between ProcessWire and WordPress and it's not about templates, but about simple, ready-made solutions that can been easily customized if necessary. I would like to discuss here the possibility of such activities in particular the rights of modules authors. Consider for example a hypothetica
  6. Introducing Variations, an Input- and Fieldtype for product variations and their attributes. Product variations is a topic that has been coming up now and then, especially in the recent past. This module seeks to fill this gap. Though it's in its early stages of development, it is already functional and can be used as is. I decided to make an early announcement (modules development forum) in order to get early feedback from potential users. The module is an alternative take on how variations can be built for a product. Imagine the ubiquitous T-Shirt. The product could vary by ...Si
  7. It occurred to me that a good addition to the forums would be some way for PW users to indicate support for a module idea. Similar to the Wishlist subforum but for functionality that belongs in a module rather than in the core. I'm thinking mainly of commercial modules, although if someone wanted to take up a module request and release it freely that would be cool. So users could propose a module idea, then others would vote for it (using likes or some special voting option) so that a vote means "I'd buy that", with the expectation of pricing in the general ballpark of Ryan's pro modules a
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