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  1. Easiest, fastest, most reliable framework. Considering my workload this past weeks, I'm considering on switching. It supports a wide range of applications:
  2. franciccio-ITALIANO

    Hi, I see this tutorial (but not listen it because I'm italian and don't understand english speaking). I choose this CSS Framework for my homepage, but in my homepage don't appear any image. It's as it not exist, and it is as don't exist any css or js. But in my pc on my browser all work very well. As I see in the video tutorial of Philip Reiner, I create a new Template File, new page, new folders by ftp with css, jss, images... Then, in my Template File I copy the index file of CSS Framework Package and replace the old url with this: ... <script src="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>js/skel.min.js"></script> <script src="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>js/init.js"></script> <noscript> <link rel="stylesheet" href="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>css/skel.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>css/style.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>css/style-wide.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="<?=$config->urls->templates;?>css/style-noscript.css" /> </noscript> ... My page is http://www.casbook.org The words there are, but there aren't any css-js! To Philip happen this too, but then in an istant he risolution all and appear menù and colours and css. When he change href! I changed href but all is remain as before: white and black, less images. Anyone can help me?? I can pay too for this problem, but only a little quantity of money!
  3. pwFoo

    Found Spectre.css framework during I searched the web... could be interesting, so I post it here. Spectre.css is a lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework for faster and extensible development. lightweight and clean starting point for your project and prototype flexbox, responsive and mobile-friendly layout carefully designed elements built in useful components and utilities patterns and html templates soon email templates soon URL: http://picturepan2.github.io/spectre/
  4. https://kristopolous.github.io/BOOTSTRA.386/index.html look great an every screen.....
  5. jmonroe

    I am new to ProcessWire. I just came across it via searching for platforms. I am wanting to build a social site that users can register, activate account via email confirmation, and fill in profile. They will be basically be able to share photos and people can give them a like or dislike. Pretty simple principal but I don't have any clue how to even start that with ProcessWire if it's even possible. Any suggestions? I was going to build it using Symfony or CakePHP...something I know will work as a platform. Thanks in advance.
  6. Today i found a new, at least for me, kind of PHP-framework, which does look very promising. It may be a bit off topic for processwire, but for all programmers here that were using a framework like symfony or laravel, it could be a very interesting alternative. The project is called Phalcon and here is what they are saying about it: I have not used it myself, but not only the perfomance does look promising (from two to four times faster than every other PHP-framework), also the framework is feature-rich. It does not make assumptions about directory-structure. Have a look and tell me what you pros here think about it.
  7. janlonden

    I've been looking at PHP frameworks and considering learning one to make apps. I've been reading some Laravel tutorials and it seems like even I could propably make some simple apps in it But then I thought it might be possible and easier with ProcessWire. Here's my question. Is it possible to have a login form as your homepage which redirects you to a custom page where I can have complete control of the output? Lets say I wanted to create a simple todo app. There would only be a list of items and a create new/delete buttton. This would make all the database, field, users management so much more convenient compared to other frameworks. If this is possible please point me to some tutorials or code examples if you've done something similar yourself. Thanks.
  8. franci77

    Hi, I have a question about PW. For developing totally custom applications/extensions, maybe parse some data from other site or whatever, you should need to build new module. I reckon modules are extensions to PW. It is said that PW is CMF (Content management framework), that shows when you use it's API. But is it also any kind of framework for PHP, that comes in handy, when developing custom applications? Such as is Codeigniter or CakePHP? Or must be code written in pure PHP? Thanks. Best regards, Franci
  9. Biorn

    Hi all.. I was wondering, Is there a nice css/template framework out there? I have been playing around with Twitters Bootstrap, but It has its limitations.. Let me hear your 2 cents..
  10. Luglio7

    Hi all, i'm new to Processwire and i'm very curious about this minimal cms, i'm also a great lover of php frameworks and currently i'm working with Kohana. I love the fact that Processwire has a simple and detailed api and the "include & bootstrap" feature is killer (my 2 cents). Anyway, i tried to implement it with Kohana and i found 2 errors. The first is the double declaration of the __() function (error: "Cannot redeclare __()") fortunately is possible deactivate the translation system in kohana, but the second one is something i cannot solve without modify the core: ErrorException [ Fatal Error ]: Cannot instantiate abstract class Session This makes me think that Processwire uses a class named 'Session', and this name collide with the same Kohana Class. I don't really know how to solve this. Is there a way to create a wrapper for the processwire api or i must just hope that a future versione of Processwire will prefix every core class ? (es: Pw_Session)