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  1. Hello all! Has anyone with more JavaScript abilities been able to hook into ProcessWire's jQueryUI Panel functionality in order to handle onload events of the panel itself? I'm trying to simply set focus to the first input element of the form after clicking the button that activates the panel, but my click event does not run (I think due to the return false; in the panel.js as shown below). .../wire/modules/Jquery/JqueryUI/panel.js: // delegate events from toggler to pw-panel-button $toggler.click(function() { $btn.click(); return false; }).on('mouseover', function() { $btn.mouseover(); }).on('mouseout', function() { $btn.mouseout(); });
  2. Hey folks, I am building a new site with PW 2.4 and ran into a strange problem: - Image upload via drag and drop is not working (no color change, no upload starting) - Image reordering via drag is not working - I can't delete images Image Field is set to no limit, and resize w/h to 1600, I kept everything else on the default value. When I edit the post with said image field, Jquery UI gives me this error: TypeError: i[1] is undefined Strangely enough, moving categories and posts in the site tree, and dragging field in the templates works fine, and there is no error.. Some more specs: - The server I'm on uses virtual document root, so uncommented the matching rewrite rule in the htaccess.. - Mysql version is 5.5.28 - Php Version is 5.49 (Stable), safe mode is off - Assets, and Files, Cache folders are set to 777 I'm really at a loss at what could cause this :/ It feels like this should be a library not loading, but why would the dragging work in other parts of the admin, but not the images field? Cheers! Phil
  3. Hello there - So I'm migrating an existing yoga studio site that I built into ProcessWire. I created a template for the "teachers" page, which has teacher bios, that uses repeating fields for each teacher & wraps each one in a section tag: <?php foreach($page->Info_Block as $Info_Block) { ?> <section class="bio"> <? echo "<h2>{$Info_Block->Name}</h2>"; echo "<div><img src='{$Info_Block->Image->eq(0)->url}'>"; echo "<p>{$Info_Block->Information}</p></div> "; }?> </section> I would like to make it so that only the teachers' names show, and then the bio section opens when the name is clicked, which I've done with CSS on the existing site: http://saniyoga.com/teachers.php. But the pure CSS solution uses modified inputs, which doesn't seem like a viable solution here. I've tried adding the script for the JQuery UI accordion to the template in both its original form (the containing div for the above code is "dropdown_cont") $(function() { $( ".dropdown_cont" ).accordion(); }); .... and with a modifier to take the section into account, $(function() { $( ".dropdown_cont" ).accordion( { header: '> section.bio > h2' } ); }); but it doesn't work. Still very new to ProcessWire so would appreciate any suggestions.
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