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  1. MateThemes

    Hello! I am fairly new to Processwire. In the past I used OctoberCMS for my project. But I have more and more multilanguage projects and OctoberCMS don't fit my needs anymore. My first question to the community is, is it possible to hide/disable content based on the language. I mean, can a content editor say in German I want this content block and in Englisch I wanna hide this content block, based on the same layout? Thanks for your answers.
  2. Hello I've recently run into a trouble with translatable strings in my template files. Shortly speaking translatable strings show up properly in language panel, I can create and save translations, everything looks just fine in backend. The problem is that the only outputed value is the hardcoded one. It's definitely not a problem with template code itself because this happened even on simple test template with a translatable string alone. There are no errors, I don't see anything special in logs. I just recently moved site from my local server to my ftp. There were some issues with paths in language files, but I have fixed it. It's the newest dev version of PW. I really don't have idea where to look, I'm fighting with this second day, and slowly loosing my nerves.
  3. hey there I guess a lot of you have already heard of the hreflang attribute which tells search engines which URL they should list on their result pages. For some of my projects I build this manually but now I am wondering if there's need to add this as a module to PW modules directory. How do you deal with the hreflang thingy? Would you you be happy if you can use a module for this or do you have concerns that using a module maybe does not cover your current use cases? Cheers, Chris
  4. » A more exhaustive version of this article is also available on Medium in English and German « First, we'd like to thank the very helpful community here for the excellent support. In many cases we found guidance or even finished solutions for our problems. So a big THANK YOU!!! We are pleased to introduce you to the new Ladies Lounge 18 website. The next ICF Women’s Conference will take place in Zurich and several satellite locations across Europe. We embarked on bold new directions for the development of the website — in line with the BRAVE theme. Ladies Lounge 18 — ICF Woman’s Conference website on Processwire ICF Church is a European Church Movement that started 20 years ago in Zurich and since experienced tremendous growth. There are already well over 60 ICF churches across Europe and Asia. ICF is a non-denominational church with a biblical foundation that was born out of the vision to build a dynamic, tangible church that is right at the heartbeat of time. With the growth of the Ladies Lounge from a single-site event to a multi-site event, the demands and challenges to the website have also increased. A simple HTML website no longer cuts it. Simplified frontend Our goal with the development of the new site was it to present the different locations — with different languages and partly different content — under once uniform umbrella — while at the same time minimising the administrative effort. In addition to the new bold look and feel, this year’s website is now simpler and easier and the information is accessible with fewer clicks. Some highlights of the new website Thanks to processwire, all contents are maintained in one place only, even if they are displayed several times on the website 100% customised data model for content creators Content can be edited directly inline with a double-click: Multi-language in the frontend and backend Dynamic Rights: Editors can edit their locations in all available languages and the other content only in their own language Easy login with Google account via OAuth2 Plugin Uikit Frontend with SCSS built using PW internal features (find of files…) Custom Frontend Setup with Layout, Components, Partials and Snippets Only about 3 weeks development time from 0 to 100 (never having published a PW before) Despite multi-location multi-language requirement, the site is easy to use for both visitors and editors: The search for a good CMS is over It’s hard to find a system that combines flexibility and scope with simplicity, both in maintainance and development. The search for such a system is difficult. By and large, the open source world offers you the following options: In most cases, the more powerful a CMS, the more complex the maintenance and development It is usually like that; The functionality of a system also increases the training and operating effort — or the system is easy to use, but is powerless, and must be reporposed for high demands beyond its limits. Quite different Processwire : You do not have to learn a new native language, you don’t have to fight plugin hell and mess around with the loop, you don’t have to torment yourself with system-generated front-end code or even learn an entierly new, old PHP framework . All our basic requirements are met: Custom Content Types Flexible and extensible rights-management Multilanguage Intuitive backend Well curated Plugin Directory Actually working front-end editing Simple templating with 100% frontend freedom In addition, Processwire has an exceptionally friendly and helpful community. As a rule of thumb, questions are answered constructively in a few hours . The development progresses in brisk steps , the code is extremely easy to understand and simple. Processwire has a supremely powerful yet simple API , and for important things there are (not 1000) but certainly one module which at least serves as a good starting point for further development. Last but not least, the documentation is easy to understand, extensive and clever . Our experience shows, that you can find a quick and simple solution with Processwire, even for things like extending the rights-management — most of the time a highly complex task with other systems. This is also reflected positively in the user interface. The otherwise so “simple” Wordpress crumbles when coping with more complex tasks. It sumbles over its apparent simplicity and suddenly becomes complex: Old vs. New — Simple and yet complicated vs. easy and hmmm … easy Our experience with Processwire as first-timers Before we found out about Processwire, we found CraftCMS on our hunt for a better CMS. We were frustrated by the likes of Typo3, WP or Drupal like many here. CraftCMS looked very promising but as we were digging deeper into it, we found it did not met our requirements for some big projects in our pipeline that require many different locations, languages and features. Initially we were sceptical about Processwire because; A. CraftCMS Website (and before UiKit also the admin interface) simply locked much nicer and B. because it is built on top of a Framework It was only later, that we found out, that NOT depending on a Framework is actually a very good thing in Processwire's case. Things tend to get big and cumbersome rather then lean and clean. But now we are convinced, that Processwire is far superior to any of the other CMS right now available in most cases. The good Processwire is the first CMS since time immemorial that is really fun to use (almost) from start to finish— whether API, documentation, community, modules or backend interface. Every few hours you will be pleasantly surprised and a sense of achievement is never far away. The learning curve is very flat and you’ll find your way quickly arround the system. Even modules can be created quickly without much experience. Processwire is not over-engineered and uses no-frills PHP code — and that’s where the power steams from: simplicity = easy to understand = less code = save = easy maintanance = faster development … Even complex modules in Processwire usually only consist of a few hundred lines of code — often much less. And if “hooks” cause wordpress-damaged developers a cold shiver, Hooks in Processwire are a powerful tool to expand the core. The main developer Ryan is a child prodigy — active, eloquent and helpful. Processwire modules are stable even across major releases as the code base is so clean, simple and small. There is a GraphQL Plugin — anyone said Headless-CMS?! Image and file handling is a pleasure: echo "<img src='{$speaker->image->size(400, 600)->url}' alt='{$speaker->fullname}' />"; I could go on all day … The not soooo good Separation of Stucture and Data The definition of the fields and templates is stored in the database, so the separation between content and system is not guaranteed. This complicates clean development with separate live- and development-environments. However, there is a migration module that looks promising — another module, which is expected to write these configurations into the file system, unfortunately nuked our system. I'm sure there will be (and maybe we will invest) some clever solutions for this in the future. Some inspiration could also be drawn here, one of the greatest Plugins for WP: https://deliciousbrains.com/wp-migrate-db-pro/ Access rights The Access-Rights where missing some critical features: Editors needed to be able to edit pages in all languages on their own location, and content on the rest of the page only in their respective language. We solved it by a custom field adding a relation between a page the user and a role that we dynamically add to the user to escalate access rights; /** * Initialize the module. * * ProcessWire calls this when the module is loaded. For 'autoload' modules, this will be called * when ProcessWire's API is ready. As a result, this is a good place to attach hooks. */ public function init() { $this->addHookBefore('ProcessPageEdit::execute', $this, 'addDynPermission'); $this->addHookBefore('ProcessPageAdd::execute', $this, 'addDynPermission'); } public function addDynPermission(HookEvent $event) { $message = false; $page = $event->object->getPage(); $root = $page->rootParent; $user = $this->user; if ($user->template->hasField('dynroles')) { if ($message) { $this->message('User has Dynroles: '.$user->dynroles->each('{name} ')); } // for page add hook… if ($page instanceof NullPage) { // click new and it's get, save it's post… $rootid = wire('input')->get->int('parent_id') ? wire('input')->get->int('parent_id') : wire('input')->post->parent_id; if ($message) { $this->message('Searching Root '.$rootid); } $root = wire('pages')->get($rootid)->rootParent; } elseif ($page->template->hasField('dynroles')) { if ($message) { $this->message('Page "'.$page->name.'" has Dynroles: '.$page->dynroles->each('{name} ')); } foreach ($page->get('dynroles') as $role) { if ($role->id && $user->dynroles->has($role)) { if ($message) { $this->message('Add dynamic role "'.$role->name.'" because of page "'.$page->name.'"'); } $user->addRole($role); } } } if (!($root instanceof NullPage) && $root->template->hasField('dynroles')) { if ($message) { $this->message('Root "'.$root->name.'" has dynamic roles: '.$root->dynroles->each('{name} ')); } foreach ($root->get('dynroles') as $role) { if ($role->id && $user->dynroles->has($role)) { if ($message) { $this->message('Add dynamic role "'.$role->name.'" because of root page "'.$root->name.'"'); } $user->addRole($role); } } } } } With the Droles and Access Groups Modules we were not able to find a solution. I thought it was hard to get absolute URLs out of the system — Ha! What a fool I was. So much for the topic of positive surprise. (Maybe you noticed, the point actually belongs to the top.) But while we’re at it — that I thought it would not work, was due to a somewhat incomplete documentation in a few instances. Although it is far better than many others, it still lacks useful hints at one point or another. As in the example above, however, the friendly community quickly helps here. processwire.com looks a bit old-fashioned and could use some marketing love. You notice the high level to moan with Processwire. There is no free Tesla here. Conclusion Processwire is for anyone who is upset about any Typo3, Wordpress and Drupal lunacy — a fresh breeze of air, clear water, a pure joy. It’s great as a CMF and Headless CMS, and we keep asking ourselves — why is it not more widely known? If you value simple but clean code, flexibility, stability, speed, fast development times and maximum freedom, you should definitely take a look at it. You have to like — or at least not hate PHP — and come to terms with the fact that the system is not over-engineerd to excess. If that’s okay with you, everything is possible — with GraphQL you can even build a completely decoupled frontend. We are convinced of the simplicity of Processwire and will implement future sites from now on using it as a foundation. Links & resources we found helpful API documentation and selectors API cheatsheet pretty handy, not quite complete for version 3.0 Captain Hook Overview of Hooks Weekly.PW newsletter a week, exciting Wireshell command line interface for Processwire Nice article about Processwire Plugins & Techniques that we used Custom Frontend Setup with Uikit 3 and SCSS, and Markup Regions Uikit Backend Theme ( github ) Oauth2 login modules In-house development Login with E-Mail Pro Fields for repeater matrix fields (infos, price tables, daily routines) Wire upgrade to update plugins and the core Wire Mail Mandrill to send mails FunctionalFields for translatable front-end texts that are not part of a content type (headings, button labels, etc.) Runtime markup for dynamic backend fields (combination of first and last name) Tracy debugger for fast debugging Textformatter OEmbed to convert Vimeo and Youtube links into embed codes HideUneditablePages thanks to @adrian
  5. Hi, is there anything else to configure for editing fields in multi-language mode ? i'm always getting following message: Edited language does not match current language (1143 != 1127) when i try to save an edited field in an other language than default language ?
  6. I'm building a multi-language site and wanted to know the best way to deal with images. Because on a multi-language site, they may want a different image for a different language, especially if the image has text in it. What is the best way to deal with this? Should I make another image field for spanish and if they don't put anything there, just use the english image and if there is a spanish image, then use that image for spanish?
  7. Hi, I'm new to PW. I could not find anything about this in the form or the documentation. I installed PW 3.0.54 with the new regular profile using markup regions. Now there are already some pages and blog entries there. Can I install multilanguage on an existing page that had no translation previously? Would seem that this should be possible. But it seems like all pages act as languages now: I compared my installation with a site-multilanguage installation and found there is a template called "language" – this was missing in my site-regular profile so I exported and importet that template. Now I git the following error upon import language.fieldgroupFields: Unable to find field: language_files and after completing import I get a breaking error: Error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function setIsDefaultLanguage() on boolean in /home/ubuntu/workspace/pw3/wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageSupport.module:170 You can see it here: https://dev-pw-icfchurch.c9users.io/admin/ user > thanks4help I'm now kind of lost on how to do it propperly… Basically: Does anyone know how to add languages to an existing single-language website? Thanks for your help
  8. Hello everybody! I am trying to create a new language on a fresh multilanguage install of processwire, and i keep getting this SQL error: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'pages.name1020' in 'where clause' I got this error on the current master release (which i think is 3.0.42 as of now), then i tried to use 3.0.35 to doublecheck, but i still keep getting this error. Steps to reproduce look for me like this: Install PW (using multilangauge profile) Create a new Language The new language is still being created, but is greyed out when editing content. So, is this a bug, or am i overlooking something? Thanks in advance.
  9. Hi guys, I've just had this wonderful idea : I know that multi-language field (example : $page->myfield) are useful whatever the page. I mean you can define a multi-language field in your homepage and make use of that same field in another page and benefit of the different translations there too. Is it the same for translatable string (such as echo __("blablabla")) ? Am I able to translate some strings in one template and benefit of those translated strings in another template ? Thanks
  10. Hi guys, I'm using translatable strings such as : echo __("Hello"); It works on my dev configuration but when I upload the website on the production environment, it only displays the default language. Do I have to upload some special files where could be located the translations ? Thanks
  11. Hi all, Recently I launched a module -ImportPagesPrestashop-, and now I was thinking if it is worthy to translate this module in several languages (starting with a translation in dutch, because I'm from the Netherlands). Is it worth to put the effort into the translation or do you guys think ->English is the best and translations are not needed? Thanks in advance, ~Harmen
  12. Hello (again), My project is a multilanguage one. On the homepage, I have a header menu where I display link of features, example : <?php $lg = $session->lg; echo $page->localHttpUrl("$lg").'dashboard'?> ?> My website displays french by default. The homepage is : www.website.com/ (in french default language) The link in the code above is rendered as : www.website.com/dashboard When I click on this link, it does a 301 -> www.website.com/fr/dashboard dashboard is a child page of the homepage. When I does the same in a non default language, such as 'en' / english for example, it doesn't do that 301 because the generated link in my code is www.website.com/en/dashboard I know there is an option in the core module LanguageSupportPageName to prefix the page of the default language by 'fr' (in my case), but apparently it's not recommended. "Choose Yes if you want the homepage of your default language to be served by the root URL / (recommended). Choose No if you want your root URL to perform a redirect to /name/ (where /name/ is the default language name of your homepage)." Maybe it's not recommended because it's causing a 301 when you arrive the first time on the homepage (from / to /fr). So how I could generate my link in the menu such as it displays www.website.com/fr ? I can do it by hacking some php of course, but perhaps there is a PW way to do it ? Thanks
  13. hey! i want to read a value from a $page which is a multilanguage-field. it is important for me that i get that field NOT language-filtered, so the whole JSON string '{"0":"abdc","1063":"rguer"}'.. is this somehow possible without switching the fileld to not-multilanguage? because i need the filtered output at other places... is there a possibility to read the RAW data? thanks!
  14. I am currently working on a basic module to provide several user interfaces for comfortable page listing and editing apart from the page tree. Everything is working as expected, but its not possible to enable language support for the name field under the settings tab in the editor. In the core ProcessPageType.module is in use to provide listing and editing users, roles, permissions and languages. All these 'pages' have a name field in default language only. How can I force ProcessPageType module to provide the multilanguage page name field under the settings tab? Thanks for any ideas.
  15. Hello, i need some help with an multilanguage site, I have about 5 languages the problem is e.g. that in the Newssection is different content for different countries. The editor from one country should only see his own language. i dont really know how to sove this problem, is it possible to set rights on the multilanguage fields and tabs ? Or is there a better way ? Ive seen the module but dont really know is this the right way ? The next problem how to sitch the default language ? If the default is in German I have to create always an German page http://prntscr.com/bizxca but if i dont need an default page ? How to handle this ? Tnaks EDIT: I think I found the solution for my Problem http://processwire.com/api/modules/multi-site-support/ Multisite ? Or what the Profis say ?
  16. My site has three language, default, chs, eng. Default language is cht (traditional chinese) I have an order template (no output template). Structure look like An order will be created after a successful paypal transaction has been made. When I'm on default language, the order creation is working properly. However, if I switched to chs or eng The order number field i.e. title field cannot be inserted. I just saw an empty title field. All other fields are populated values properly, except the order number Here is my page creation code $p = new Page(); $orderByUser = $user; $p->template = "order"; $counter_name = $order_number_prefix . date('Y'); $number = $this->modules->get('DatabaseCounters')->next($counter_name, 1, 5000); $ordernumber = $counter_name . '-' . sprintf("%06u", $number); $p->title = $ordernumber; $p->member = $orderByUser; $p->payment_method = $session->get("payment_method"); $p->order_time = $session->get("order_time"); $p->paypal_transaction_id = $session->get("paypal_transaction_id"); foreach($session->get("cart_item") as $cart_item) { // create order items $item = $p->order_items->getNew(); $item->product_id = $cart_item['id']; $item->product_name = $cart_item['name']; $item->product_price = $cart_item['price']; $item->product_quantity = $cart_item['quantity']; $item->save(); $p->order_items->add($item); $transaction_amount += ($cart_item['price'] * $cart_item['quantity']); } $p->transaction_amount = $transaction_amount; $p->of(false); $p->save();
  17. hi! i'm using Import Pages from CSV module to import data from csv file, but i see that this module does not support multilanguage fields. did you know any other way to do that? thanks!
  18. Hi folks! I have a little problem with some language-alternate filefields file and file_en inside a repeaterfield. Some repeaters only contain geman files, others only contain english files. Looking at the german version, everything is fine, you see only german files. But looking at the english version, you see both english and german files because the default value is displayed if file_en is empty. Is there a way to not display the default value if file_en is empty? Regards, Falk
  19. Hello guys, I'm new in the PW community and seems like i have a small problem.. I would like to know how can i reach to this page to activate the newly added language.... Thank you for your help....
  20. i did a multilanguage-install. english and german are needed i set german as default (install german languagepack at default) then add english (en) as second language my date-output is custom: %A %d %B %Y (Details Tab) echo $page->date the problem is that i always get the english ouput.
  21. Hello for all, I need to create multilanguage website for non-profit organisation. "Problem" is that ratio between number of pages for default and additional language is about 10:1 because additional content is only for representation (summary of organisation activities with max. frequency of administration 1 per month). Currently there is only 1 additional language (default + english), and probably there would not be any changes in the future. Only what I want is to get much as possible cleaner administration user interface becuse of relatively complex content structure (deep categorisation, featured content, document management, front permissions, related content, events, galleries, archive, tags...). One idea is to avoid standard PW multilanguage concept and use "category" for additional language (understand that in that case need to use "hard coded" queries). Another option can be multiple PW installation but I don't like that because of shared files (images, pdf files), and common content blocks/widgets (galleries...). Additional language content (almost in >75%) is not in direct relation with default language content (like multisite variant, but with common templates, images, documents, media files etc.). Please, what is your suggestion about that website structure organisation? Thanks, Sasa
  22. Hi everyone, I want to use the core module PagePathHistory in a Processwire instance with multi-language URLs/page names activated through the core module LanguageSupportPageNames. From looking at that old Post by Ryan I was pretty sure that it should work without any problems and was surprised that actually it doesn't. PagePathHistory only saves entries to it's DB table when the page name in the main language changes, not when any of the other language names change. Looking at the code this is no suprise as PagePathHistory only hooks Pages::moved(), Pages::renamed() and Pages::deleted(), none of which would be triggered by a change in a language page name. Starry-eyed I started to implement the missing language-awareness in the module, how hard can it be, eh? ...pretty quickly it turned out that this isn't that simple, so I decided to first ask for some help and guidance. Does anyone maybe already work out a solution for this particular problem or something similiar? The problem with the implementation is that after saving a page with changes to language names, there still has to be a means of accessing the old names. For the default language name this is pretty simple because it's saved as $page->namePrevious. For language names the module would have to deposit the original names for later to build the PagePathHistory-URLs. I've been looking through all hookable functions in core classes/modules but haven't found the best place to hook into to implement this functionality. Does anyone have an idea where this would be done best? Any help is appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance Marc
  23. Hello guys, hope you all have a great day. so I want to translate my templates element based on selected languages i.e "read more" button, "follow me" button, etc. in wordpress we can do something like this <?php _e( 'Some text to translate and display.', 'textdomain' ); ?> and then translate it via .mo files, how to achieve similar to this using PW or is there better way doing this?
  24. Hi all, Hope that there is a quick tip that someone already know... Is it possible to search in multilanguage fields only in the current language values without to search in the default language as fallback? See the quote below. In other words.. I would like to search only in the current language (Dutch), no matter if some of the Dutch language values are empty. Is it possible? Thanks
  25. Hello @ all, I am new to Processwire and I am struggling for a while with this problem. I have setted up a multilingual site with a language switcher. The switcher works fine except on the homepage. It seems the aliases for the different languages (German: startseite, English: home) will not be taken on the homepage. If I switch to the other language on the homepage it doesnt work - it wil be always in German. The aliases will not be added to the homepage url so it is always the root url and this maybe causes the problem. I found this in the explanation: Please note that the URL for the default-language homepage is always your site's root URL, regardless of what you specify in the homepage name. This is intentional, as it's not desirable to have a homepage that produces a 404 or immediately performs a redirect to another URL. If populated, your homepage name for the default language is still applicable for the rest of the pages in your site. But how can I switch on the homepage to another language??? Do I need the language prepend in the urls (de, en,...)? I have searched in the forum but I couldnt find a solution to this problem. I use the latest version of Processwire. Can anyone point me into the right direction? Best regards Jürgen