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  1. Hi all, I am new to PW and building up a website for a customer and have some problems with structuring my project: On my main.php file I have a main-tag where I wan't to echo the region called 'content'. But the problem is that the markup inside this wrapper should be variable.Example: I have a page where all the news previews are outputed like in a normal news app--> no additional markup is needed. But on "home" I want to have different sections with content --> <section> <div class="slider"> <!--here i want to have some filtered news articles--> </div> </section> <section> <div class="news"> <!--here i want to have some news articles but with another filter--> </div> </section> How can I realise that? It has to be like that for responsive purposes. Is it maybe possible to create and echo regions inside the "parent region"? Cheers and thank you for your help
  2. Hello Forum members. I just wanted to confirm with you PW gurus on here that i got the thinking behind regions in the latest blog post right: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.49-introduces-a-new-template-file-strategy/ So my understanding from the quick glance of the article is that if i were to use the new regions functionality it would in simple terms work like this: The referenced HTML in any of my other page template files would be inserted at the designated place in the home.php template file instead of replace it with all HTML in that page template file that was requested ? And the home.php template file would become sort of a View, that used HTML from the other templates files to change acording to the needs? So that i would only need to put the HTML that changed in my other page template files and have the "full" HTML markup in the home.php ? I just wanted to see if i got it right. Thx in advance.
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