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  1. Hi, I've been invited by Apple to use their 'News' service for a publication in the UK. https://www.apple.com/uk/news/ A number of CMSs already have plugins to publish content via the API, however Processwire is not one (yet!) https://newsresources.apple.com/en/faq/66346243 It's slightly beyond my technical abilities but would be very interested in anyone that is willing to look at developing a Processwire Module. (for reference here is the Apple News API documentation) Update: Chapter Three have created a PHP Apple News library here https://github.com/chapter-three/AppleNewsAPI
  2. Hello, I am truly stuck. I have a website I built for a client that has become quite successful: http://drydenwire.com It is an independent news agency. The problem is, I built everything from scratch in Processwire and things were purring along until the traffic went up. Now, I keep getting these huge spikes which last about 15 seconds and cause all users to receive a 503 Error. I have created a public repo for review: https://github.com/scramlo/DrydenWire.com/tree/master and can answer any questions that may lead to an answer. I am willing to hire a more experienced developer if the community is unable to help me mine out this issue. I have gone through the usage logs and know that all traffic is legitimate, I am not getting bombarded by a spam IP address or anything like that. Thank you for any and all assistance as this client is getting frustrated and I would rather not lose them!!! -Brian
  3. Hi, I just wanted to check whether or not the following topic is still valid with respect to PW 3.x: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/22-how-to-build-a-news-page/ I am trying to integrate a news section into a basic multisite PW website installation (voluntary project) intended for a community of two villages. Currently there are 4 subdomains (hca-site, hfi-site, hhg-site, hps-site) that link back to the main domain website (https://thehanneys.uk) by clicking on their home buttons. I had a look at the Blog (ProcessBlog & MarkupBlog) module but it is not really what I'm looking for - a simple News section. At the moment we're just concentrating on getting the functionality in place. The styling can come later. The first issue encountered is that there is no checkbox under the Advanced section for "Page Numbers" to turn them on for the news-index template. Secondly, I don't understand why the following text is being displayed above the navigation when I expected it to be displayed after the page title. Thirdly, are the story pages displayed on the index page simply by creating a new child under News (page based on news-index.php template)? Showing 0 of 0 Article(s) | Page 1 of 0 The current code for the news-index.php template is as follows: <?php namespace ProcessWire; // basic-page.php template file // See README.txt for more information // Primary content is the page's body copy $content = $page->body; // If the page has children, then render navigation to them under the body. // See the _func.php for the renderNav example function. if($page->hasChildren) { $content .= renderNav($page->children); } // if the rootParent (section) page has more than 1 child, then render // section navigation in the sidebar if($page->rootParent->hasChildren > 1) { $sidebar = renderNavTree($page->rootParent, 3) . $page->sidebar; } // start the news stories list echo "<ul>"; // get the stories for this page $stories = $page->children("limit=6, sort=-date"); // note if you set the stories to sort by date descending on the /news/ page // in the admin, then you can omit the "sort=-date" above. // cycle through each story and print it in a <li> foreach($stories as $story) { echo " <li><a href='{$story->url}'>{$story->title}</a> <p><strong>Date:</strong> {$story->date}</p> {$story->body} </li> "; } echo "</ul>"; // get values for our placemarker headline $start = $stories->getStart(); $end = $start + count($stories); $total = $stories->getTotal(); $num = $input->pageNum; $lastNum = ceil($total / $stories->getLimit()); // output the placemarker headline echo "<h5>Showing $start - $end of $total Article(s) | Page $num of $lastNum</h5>"; // output pagination links echo $stories->renderPager(); The current code for the news-story.php template is as follows: <?php namespace ProcessWire; // basic-page.php template file // See README.txt for more information // Primary content is the page's body copy echo "<div id='bodycopy'>"; $content = $page->body; echo "</div>"; // If the page has children, then render navigation to them under the body. // See the _func.php for the renderNav example function. if($page->hasChildren) { $content .= renderNav($page->children); } // if the rootParent (section) page has more than 1 child, then render // section navigation in the sidebar if($page->rootParent->hasChildren > 1) { $sidebar = renderNavTree($page->rootParent, 3) . $page->sidebar; } P.S. Are there any books/tutorials specifically covering PW 3.x? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hello guys, how can I view the image field? I need to view the Image associated to the post of the news. Thank you
  5. Hello, I just went through the PW tutorial for making a simple news system: http://wiki.processwire.com/index.php/Simple_News_System But after seeing the result, I'm wondering how this system would scale. Because right now, it seems like if you're creating a new page for each post, things on the administrative UI side will get messy really quickly : I just imagine a really long list of articles as pages under "News Articles" looking like a nightmare. I know I could modify the system so that each article displays a date, but still it just does not look pretty. So I'm wondering whether most of you use some system similar to what is described in the Simple News System tutorial, or if you use something else. If so, what do you use? Do you integrate something else into Processwire? If not, how can I make this simple news system more clean and feasible? E.g. is there a way to further categorize/archive the articles? I mean, I'm guessing that sites like http://www.cmscritic.com/ probably wouldn't use such a system for their powerful news system, would they? How did they do theirs?
  6. Hi guys I've started a new blog on Content Management and while it's not even remotely finished, thought I'd share here. I'm hoping to fill it with news, interviews and tutorials as I proceed. Content is pretty thin at the moment and there's plenty of design bits to fix. http://www.CMSsizzle.com Why and who? The target audience isn't so much you hard-core, seasoned CMS professionals but more likely to be oriented towards people who are new to the CMS's. I also want to highlight the great features of my favourite CMS because I think CMS developers should be more aware of what other platforms are doing. Because it's built in PW, it helps me learn PW and the Blog Module. Anyway, I'll give it a go and hopefully I can find time to update it regularly-ish
  7. Can anyone recommend any good RSS or news feeds geared more towards new web services and APIs, rather than hardware and software packages?
  8. hi everyone, i will appreciate some help of you. if you had to build a news portal with multiple categories and tons of articles, How would you build it? solution 1 home page category 1 item item category 2 item item solution 2 Home Page news category1| template 1 article | template 1,2 article | template 1,2 category2 | template 2 article | template 2,2 article | template 2,2 solution 3 Home Page news | template 1 article -> page field selected category | template 2 article -> page field selected category | template 2 article -> page field selected category | template 2 category page field category 1 category 2 category 3 of course i have study Ryans blog module and i know he use the third solution but i am afraid if this style gone be hard after some thousands of articles to be filtered, searched. thanks
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