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  1. Hello all, i have a question regarding the following scenario: My customer wants to edit a menu card of a restaurant website directly in the frontend. Each dish / menu is displayed in a row with 4 simple textfields (position nmbr, name, quantity (optional, for drinks) , price). My customer preferably not only wishes to edit/update existing fields/rows, but also add a new one, delete one, or move an existing one up or down to a new position in the card. Would these actions be possible per default in the frontend edit mode, if i'd have e.g. a table profield storing the 4 textfields per dish? Or is this only functional in the backend? In a demo video of a Profield (-> fieldtype table) i saw the requested edit functionality (edit or add a row of fields, drag a row up/down, delete a row, safe) in the backend... Btw., regarding this concrete use case of a menu card: Would i have to use at all a Profield like table or could i accomplish the task also with a Repeater Field or a Pagetable fieldtype? In any case at least i don't want to let my customer mess around with a richtext field / inserting a table within CKEditor in the backend... Maybe there are better approaches than the above mentioned. Edit: I should add, that the site is a static one, equipped with an meanwhile dysfunctional inline frontend editor (that had the capabilitiy of editing, moving, deleting such rows directly inline in the frontend). Now i want to replace this editor with processwire. Thanks in advance