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  1. 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.
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