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Hi Guys, I have been debugging a site for the last 2 hours and cannot solve the issue. I have a site running on 3.0.148. I installed the Kongondo Blog module and was updating the templates to include the website style. Once everything was set and done, I checked the page tree to see an error appear. Template must be assigned a name before 'filename' can be accessed The same error appears in templates. Debugging Steps I checked the templates in the server to ensure I didnt accidentally delete the namespace. Deleted cache in browser and server under assets Still no go. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
Hi, I was searching in the forum about a method how to remove a file extension, like .jpg, but couldn't find anything. There are some php methods out in the wild, but I wanted first to get sure, that Processwire is offering a solution. The background is, that a clients website has a lot of images, packed in different galleries. All image files contain the name, dimensions and other stuff about the image (painting). I want to echo the image name in the image tag. thanks
Hi, I have experimented with naming of images. For people who want try out different settings with images, the current naming scheme isn't of good usage. I have added some code to the Pageimage::size method, Pageimage::isVariation, and to the Imagesizer to make it work like here: http://images.pw.nogajski.de/new-naming-convention/ It is open for discussion --- Additional to that I like to implement a new temporary option on a per image base to force recreation of the requested image also if a cached version is available. I don't like to use all the time $image->removeVariations(). What is a useful option name for that? forcenew recreate forcecreate forcerecreate ...? $options = array( 'cropping' => true, 'quality' => 80, 'forcenew' => true ); $img = $image->size(120, 160, $options); --- And for the naming convention I am unsure if a short custom appendix should be enabled too, or if this would be to much? $customappendix: a-z0-9 strlen max 10 ?