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  1. Hello guys. I am almost on the final line of building my second complete website with ProcessWire and got stuck a bit on the recipe nutrition presentation. I am not sure if I would be able to explain it promptly, but will do my best. So I have the code in my HTML template: So to fill up the values in the frontend, I am using a simple TextArea field and dropping the following content: As far as I needed to split the text field into separate lines and every line into 3 parts (nutrition name, quantity and measure) I used regex code to sort everything through and the results are OK. Now the issue I am facing is that as per the theme, I need to assign class to left or right block and on top of that to close the nutrition-detail div after every right-box div. For the class I added $counter and using odd:even managed to assign the class of left-box & right-box. But I am having difficulty to insert the opening div of nutrition-detail on the beginning of every row and the closing div after the second block. Here is the code that sort of works, but is not inserting the divs properly: Any suggestions how to go around or some simple function to introduce to make it work? I tried to add another check for odd:even and if the result is odd, to insert the <div class="nutrition-detail"> and close the div if even, but I am still missing something...
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