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  1. Just working on some smaller projects and take the step into the actual master/dev version and all the new methods and api chunks that are coming with the 3.x series... since i'm not always build websites i'm not always go with the brand new things and put them in my workflow....there is a 24 per day timelimit i think...;) BUT actual i dive deep in markup regions....and holy shit this feature ROCKS! It should put in place better than in some blogposts: http://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.49-introduces-a-new-template-file-strategy/ http://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.62-and-more-on-markup-regions/ or can some admins make a headline in the official docs and link to the blogentries?? This feature is to important to get missed for beginners and other users of PW! I'm just kick my whole workflow and change it for the markup regions....i'm feeling like xmas in summer Thank you @ryan Best regards and happy "new" year....
  2. I am using regions with the tag <region id="whatever"> in the _main.php file. Config file is set up as follows: $config->useMarkupRegions = true; $config->prependTemplateFile = '_init.php'; $config->appendTemplateFile = '_main.php'; When I use a page template that changes a region, all goes well. However, I set up the _main.php file to reflect the output for a basic page. The basic-page.php template needed no customisation so was simply as follows: <?php namespace ProcessWire; ?> When a page with the basic-page template was output, all the <region> tags remained in the HTML, ie were not stripped. When I added a customised region to the basic-page.php template, all the <region> tags were stripped from the output _main.php HTML. Did I do something wrong or is this a bug? Using ProcessWire 3.0.63 © 2017
  3. I've configured my PW site to use regions and mostly it's fabulous. However I encountered a strange problem when appending scripts to the body tag of a template. The body tag id is "bodyTag" (duh!). There are 3 scripts - two external and one inline. My first attempt was to append each script individually thinking they'd appear in the same order on the output: <script id="googlemapskey" type="text/javascript" src="https://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" pw-append="bodyTag"></script> <script id="localMapsJS" type="text/javascript" src="<?=$bootstrap?>js/jquery.gmap.js" pw-append="bodyTag"></script> <script type="text/javascript" pw-append="bodyTag"> jQuery(document).ready(function($){ ... }); </script> Not so! Got lots of js errors and discovered the output had placed the scripts in the incorrect order, ie: <script type="text/javascript" pw-append="bodyTag"> jQuery(document).ready(function($){ ... }); </script> <script id="localMapsJS" type="text/javascript" src="/site/assets/mytheme/js/jquery.gmap.js"></script> <script id="googlemapskey" type="text/javascript" src="https://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"></script> In other places I've appended multiple HTML regions to the same tag and it's worked fine. It only happens with scripts. After trying a few things, I discovered a workaround which was to wrap all the scripts into one div which is then appended to the body tag. This is OK but not ideal. I think (?), the partial is rendered in its entirety before being appended to the body tag: <div pw-append="bodyTag"> <script id="googlemapskey" type="text/javascript" src="https://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"></script> <script id="localMapsJS" type="text/javascript" src="<?=$bootstrap?>js/jquery.gmap.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" pw-append="bodyTag"> jQuery(document).ready(function($){ ... }); </script> </div> Curious to know where I went wrong in the first example with each script appended individually or is this behaviour with scripts an undocumented feature of regions? Using PW 3.0.61 with both Chrome and Firefox