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I have a need for users to be able to put in a search term and for Processwire to return a PDF file matching that term. It isn't complicated, if they put in 088 then I need to return a PDF named 088.pdf. My question is, how do I do that in Processwire without having to make a page for every PDF? There will be hundreds of them and they will all be updated each year. Ideally I would like for the file to be served from the file system, not the database. Do I just bypass Processwire for this and use straight PHP? If so, how do I use a processwire template for the look of the site, but use PHP for filesystem access and returning file paths? Thanks.
Hi there, using the multi-language site-profile, yesterday I moved all my files into a directory so that the home page is not displayed on my domain url, then I moved them back to the root directory. Maybe I made a mistake while moving the files, but since then I got a "403" error message: "Forbidden You don't have permission to access this resource." and these new files appeared in FileZilla as shown on the picture : .xsessions.error, etc. The browser show the connection as "not secure" even after clearing the browser data. Help! Thanks in advance
Hi, I think it would be really helpful to have an alternative to the default filesystem for large sites or sites that are hosted on distributed servers where the files can be saved externally to the likes of Amazon S3 instead of the '/assets/files/' folder, especially considering that filesystem on servers have a limit of either 32k or 64k for folders/sub-folders. This can be possibly achieved by creating a custom FieldType or a Module that can hook into the fileupload process, but having this built into the core would be a dream!