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  1. benbyf

    Not new, but a website I've worked on for a year or so in continous development. http://supercarownerscircle.com/ I originally inherited the site from another web design company - upgraded PW and over the year added ecommerce using the Stripe module and a custom integration, revamped the frontend and added lots of new templates. Also did some frontend work on the shopify shop.
  2. I like to showcase my new website acniti on the forum here. History Building and managing a website is a hobby, over the years, making websites got more complicated and more technologies, knowledge and wisdom are required. I started building my first website around 1997. It started out with a static site built with FrontPage, a WYSIWYG HTML editor. A few years later it was time for the first content management system, I looked at Joomla but settled for MediaWiki. I run those websites for 2 years on the MediaWiki platform and then moved on to WordPress. WordPress was good, it did a good job but over time, it became more complicated to make something out of the box, if it's not a blog, it becomes complicated and to have a feature rich website requires a lot of plugins. Little by little it became less fun and more and more hassle juggling the various plugins. In 2014 I became interested in learning PHP programming, I wanted to do this already for many years, but never had enough time to bite the bullet and work my way through the basics. At the end of the courses I though and now what have I learned, how to put this into action? To built modern website with PHP only is difficult, it also requires knowledge of html, MySQL, CSS, java-script etc. I started looking for a framework experimented a little with CakePHP and then came across Processwire via a CMS Critic blog post. Development setup I developed the acniti website on a Linux Ubuntu 16, with PHP 7 and MySQL as the development server. For the IDE I use PhpStorm, before using Storm I have used and tried some other IDE's such as Zend, Eclipse, Netbeans, Aptana but none of them I liked, some were feature poor, Zend and Eclipse were slow and use a lot of memory. PhpStorm not free but definitely worth the investment. I make use of the free tier Git repository of AWS called CodeCommit, I still use GIT Cola to commit the changes, I could also use PhpStorm for this but I never took the time to change my workflow. For project management I am a big fan of Redmine, Redmine is a web-based open-source project management and issue tracking tool. I use this also for my other work so it easily integrates with the website building flow as well. It's easy for maintaining lists of features you want to carry out per version, it supports a wiki which is easy for making notes and keeping a log of the activities. I use it everyday and it runs on Ruby. For images and graphics I switch back to Windows for some Photoshop. Processwire The acniti website runs on the latest stable Processwire version at the time of writing 3.0.62, the website has 4 languages including an Asian language. The Japanese language URL's are implemented with their 3 alphabets kanji, hiragana, katakana i.e. https://www.acniti.com/ja/インレットフィルタ. Some images on the site have text and image language tags help to select the correct language, the Processwire blog post from 30 June was helpful to get this running. The main site has a bootstrap theme, for the mobile version of the site the google AMP specification is implemented. This was really fun to do but challenging at times as the AMP specification is still a little limited. To visit the AMP pages type /amp/ behind any URL like https://www.acniti.com/amp/ for the homepage. The Google webmaster portal is really easy to troubleshoot and check for the correct AMP implementation. Finally structured data according to schema.org is added to the site via the JSON-LD markup. The commercial modules ProCache and Formbuilder are installed. The ProCache module is really amazing and makes the website lightning fast. Besides the commercial modules around eleven open-source modules are used, Database Backups, Tracy Debugger, Wire Mail SMTP, Protected Mode, Batcher, Upgrades, PublishAsHidden, URL (Multi-language), Twitter Feed Markup, Email Obfuscation (EMO), Login History, Selector test. During development the Processwire forum is really helpful and checked often. The forum is good for two reasons, most of the questions, I had during development of the site, are already on the site. Secondly the only 6 questions I posted over the last 2 years, are quickly and accurately answered. The downside I didn't become a very active member on the forum but see that as a compliment. An open issue on the acniti site is the AMP contact form with Formbuilder, the restricted usage of java-script for the AMP specification requires some more in-depth study. Hosting setup For the hosting services the acniti site uses Amazon EC2, I use AWS already many years to manage my cloud office so it was easy to decide to use it for the web hosting as well. The site is running on a micro instance of EC2 and with the ProCache module CloudFront is serving webpages worldwide fast. Updates from the development server are sent to CodeCommit and from there to the production server. From a site management point of view it would be nice to use AWS RDS to manage the MySQL databases, but from a cost perspective I decide not to do that for now. Via a cron I have set up automatic MySQL backups and these are via another cron job uploaded to AWS S3. To make sure the server is safe, a cron job runs daily snapshots of the server, this is getting initiated via AWS Lambda. Lambda also removes older snapshots because during creation a delete tag is attached for sevens days after their creation. It's important to make a separate MySQL backup as with snapshots the database often gets corrupted and its easier to restore a database backup than to fix a corrupted database. Another nice feature to use AWS Lambda for is a simple HTTP service health checker, which reports to you by email or sms when the website is down. Making use of all these Amazon services cost me probably somewhere between 10 - 15 $ a month, I have to estimate a little since I am running a lot more things on AWS than only the website. The site is running on a Comodo SSL certificate but next year I will change to the free LetsEncrypt, as it is easier to add and will automatically renew after 90 days. The Comodo certificate requires manually copy pasting and editing the certificates in place. Writing Content The content for the site I write in the Redmine wiki, most of the content I write requires research and it takes about two weeks before I publish the content to the Processwire site. For writing content I use the google spell checker with the grammar checker, After the Deadline. To ensure catchy headlines they are optimized with the Headline Analyzer from CoSchedule Social Media Now the site is running, it needs promotion. The robots.txt files shows the search engines the way as does the sitemap.xml both of these I have made in a template file. Most of the blog articles I promote are republished on social networks like, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google+, Twitter, and some branch specific networks as the Waternetwork and Environmental XPRT. To check, the search engines index the site well, Google webmaster and Bing webmaster check for any problems with the site. For statics on the same server there is an instance installed of Piwik. Piwik is a leading open alternative to Google Analytics that gives full control over data. The Piwik setup works very well and gives a good overview of the site usage both on the desktop via the site or via a mobile app. As a part of a test I have installed the open-source SEO-panel on the same server to manage keywords and to further improve the scores in the search engine, a nice feature is that you can also track your competitors. I am still new to SEO panel and have to learn more how to use the tool effectively.
  3. webhoes

    Hello, I want to showcase my website made in processwire. https://chrysemys.nl/ Goal of the website There are quit some websites with information about turtles. Most of them are very limited in information. This website main goal is to be very complete in information. Information about turtles, there natural behaviour, detailed descriptions. Next is also associations ( (bi-)directional links) with caresheets, books, food, illnesses, etc... Second goal is to learn PHP as I started an education for application engineering 4 months ago. Setup It is build on the latest version (3.0.61) and makes use of the latest template strategy. I use the pw-append, pw-replace classes in combination with _main.php and several template files. Most of the rendering is done from custom functions in _functions.php. In the back-end the pages are styled with the options for visibility and group in logical blocks. This is a very nice feature with processwire and makes the pages easier to fill. Next to the core modules I have used the following extra modules: AIOM+ - obviously Connect Page Fields - This module is very important. The whole site is considered a relational database. The base is the enity turtle. This entity has bidirectional associations with books, caresheets, locations (voor google maps), regions (to group locations), the different classifications of the animal taxonomy, food, etc. To make these kind of associations it greatly simplified the output on the other templates. This module was a mandatory feature for being able to create a site as I wanted to. Otherwise it would it would be very inefficient to keep everything up to date. Now I can add a new book and connect it to one ore more turtles. After the save you can see the book also on the turtle page. This goes for all the bidrectional links. This page is about a species - https://chrysemys.nl/schildpadden/emys-orbicularis/ This species has several sub species (basicly the same turtle but live in another country/region and has some different charasteristics). I have decided to make no distinction between species and sub species (on a template level) and use this module to connect them to each other. One reason was that this way the url would not be too long. This turtle lives in several different habitats. These are also bidirectional associations. The same goed for food, books, food to mention some. The biological taxonomy is also build this way as entities that have no parent/child relation. They are connected to each other with page reference (in this case). Both methods (page reference or parent/child) have their pro's and cons, in the end this setup seemed to work best for me. Map Marker - This is used for the map marker field for the locations (verspreiding). Everyt turtle can live in one ore more locations and the will show up on the google map. Also I have the possibility to add location specific information about the climat on the pages (missing on almost all other websites). Map Markup (Google Maps) - For the output of the google map. The js script for this is only outputted on the pages where it is used (template strategy). Markup Sitemap XML - obviously Social Share Buttons - Added this as it is recommended for a better SEO score. Get Video Thumbnails - The blog story can have a youtube link. This module automatically grabs an image and places it as the image for the blog. No more extra steps needed. Video embed for YouTube/Vimeo - I slight changed the output for this module so it always is placed under the body. Datamaps.js - Also I had some very important help from @adrian with help of using datamaps.js. This page is a datamaps script that read all turtles that live in the US and shows them in the correct state. https://chrysemys.nl/kaart-verenigde-staten/ A php function renders the output for the script and fills the variables. These are added to te script on rendering the page. The website is not finished and probably never will be as new information and functionality will be added all the time. But it is finished enough to serve as a showcase. Roadmap There are several things I want to add in the future: A find selector for overview pages (select by size, region, family, etc). Worked on this but, could not get it working. Datamaps.js for all regions (also with a selector to select another region). Optimize the queries to make the site faster. Several front-end improvements (marging/padding/font-size, etc...)
  4. Peejay

    I'm proud to present you: "The Crafters" Premium cocktails from Belgium! Enjoy! https://www.crafters.be/ (Front-end build with https://semantic-ui.com/)
  5. Macrura

    hi all, new PW site launch: http://www.ohmspeaker.com/ some of the modules that were helpful or essential for this: cropimage formbuilder fredi importcsv minify piwik analytics procache batcher redirects version control template decorator modules manager page link abstractor sitemap xml admin custom pages markup simple navigation (for the sitemap) forum topics related to this site dev: Legacy Site URL redirects: http://processwire.com/talk/topic/3641-redirect-legacy-url-to-new-pw-page/ Clean up spelling: http://processwire.com/talk/topic/3519-use-api-to-spellcheck-whole-siteclean-up-spacing/ hashes in URLs on change selected product http://processwire.com/talk/topic/3496-help-with-url-param-change/ FormBuilder http://processwire.com/talk/topic/2904-how-to-redirect-by-id/ http://processwire.com/talk/topic/2821-3rd-party-send-conditionally/ http://processwire.com/talk/topic/2820-use-session-to-remember-form-selections/ Custom Menus http://processwire.com/talk/topic/2787-custom-menu-not-related-to-page-tree/ other notes: The skyscraper profile provided the example for how to get started with the advanced product search, a.k.a. the speaker finder. The standard search has been extended to show results in different categories. there is some use of Soma's word limiter for the news teaser text, and for making meta descriptions out of body fields, from this topic: http://processwire.com/talk/topic/3429-how-to-set-text-linecharacter-limits-in-templates/ the design is built on twitter bootstrap framework Fredi proved to be totally essential for the client, in being able to rapidly edit things without having to find things in the admin. This site is going to replace an existing site on a different domain (ohmspeakers.com). At some point we weren't sure if/how we would be able to handle the shopping cart element, and then found foxycart, which proved to be the best choice, very flexible, and easy to implement for this type of site. FC is hands down the simplest and easiest way (imho) we could achieve things like the legacy product pages, where there are various parts and upgrades displayed on 1 page. this version is sort of a "v1", and will be expanded/improved a lot for a v2, which would happen in about 4 months.. BTW - these speakers are really good; i now own 3 pairs ... they look great and do sound totally amazing...! -marc
  6. benbyf

    New website for Fabrica Captial – Commercial Real Estate Investment http://fabrixcap.com/ (previously at http://www.fabricacapital.com/) Design by http://crookdesign.co.uk/
  7. We're recently completed a sizable project for Qatar Racing (www.qatarracingltd.com). This was a bespoke build pulling in a JSON feed of horses from a 3rd party. This feed was then incorporated into a members area where members could comment and reply on horses, effectively a full messaging app. Qatar Racing (www.qatarracingltd.com)
  8. New site for SteynStudio using bb-starter, AIOM, Batcher, image crop, Textarea Counter, Site-wide File Manager.
  9. luckybusted

    Hey guys, here is a page we made back in 2013 for the SEO department car rental SIXT. Since then we updated the page every year with a new version. It is based on PW V. 2.4.0. This was one my first projects with Processwire. http://www.seo-wiesn.de/ Have fun!
  10. benbyf

    HI! Here's a simple site I finished recently for cotswoldletterpress.co.uk. modules: redirects batcher thumbnailCropImage AIOM template notes page delete pagetree reverse js: jquery unslider
  11. blad

    Hello again everyone. The latest web that I made for a real estate company www.grupoolmos.com. I am proud of code but not with the design. ; ) I created two modules for the backend. One based on jQuery datatables by soma for managing clients and relate properties (what the customer is looking ? What properties are available? ) This information can be sent by email , etc Another module is for the dashboard (a simple module process) .
  12. Work process of my new website. 1.- Client area - Frontend login - View invoices - Submit a ticket - Change password - Domain Expiration - Hosting plan - Logout 2.- Frontend 3.- Backend
  13. Hi Guys, done a small kindergarten project that works with care on kids only in the wood and outdoor. http://waldkindergarten-altfraunhofen.de/ It's my second project with PW and learning so much on every project i'm getting better and better with API, modules, using more special tools.... like on this one first time: AIOM->greatTool MarkupWeather->worksGreat PageProtector + PageRenameOptions for the building time and AllTimeLovers: AdminCustomPages ChangeImageSelect MarkupSimpleNavigation PageListBetterLabels TemplateDecorator VersionControl MarkupSitemapXML ModulesManager CropImage Changelog ListerPro The project is a small budget so i'm relying on a individual changed themeforrest template - no own design this time. With this one i've made my first experience with URL Segments and i love it like everything else in PW! Worked out a little "archive" script with 80 line of Code and some URL Segments for the /archiv/ as SEG1 and cat or year as SEG2 should work great. Using the PagerMarkup with Somas Code for SEO friendly links - Thanks for this one. At least thank you all and especially Ryan for making such little happy things possible!
  14. Peter Knight

    Hu guys I'm delighted to say that my new site is powered by Process Wire. Or rather, "Priceless Wine" and "Princess Wine" as my iPhone mistakenly predictive texts the name. There is also a page on ProcessWire in the CMS section which I'd love your feedback on. Currently I don't think it truly communicates PWs best features for Editors but it's a good start. Only almost finished? The site isn't 100% complete so consider this a "soft launch". Once complete, it'll replace my existing edenweb.ie site which wasn't being updated or developed as much as it should. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Background - Why ProcessWire pt 1. A few months back a key client who uses up approx 3 days of my week (for over 3 years) announced a pause on their web and marketing activities for various internal corporate reasons. This happened quite suddenly and obviously that left me with half my week "open" and needing to be filled. It also meant that I would be looking for new work and approaching prospects with a site which was approx 3 years out of date, under developed and didn't really communicate my latest skills or work. Not ideal! - I rapidly needed something live. But more importantly, I needed something better. I needed something built on a CMS which would allow me to rapidly publish content and accelerate future ideas and development. In short, my current CMS is/was great but I was tired of working around default field sets and presumptions it made about my content (amongst other reasons). With ProcessWire, the ability to have a page with just two fields (if I want) is remarkably underestimated. It means I can customise field layouts appropriate to my content. Even better - it means I can customise field layouts appropriate to my clients content and I choose my CMS on their requirements. Anyway, I made the decision to take a deep breath, take a few weeks to enjoy the extra unexpected free time and to rebuild the site in PW. My business will be 15 years old this January and I thought I'd mark the new year with a new domain, new business name and a new CMS. Here's to new beginnings! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Under the hood At the time of writing, the site is running 2.5.10 dev. There's not a huge amount of Modules running in the background. Where I've used a Module, it's been to accentuate back-end functionality rather than the front end. Config allows me to make setting changes directly within the admin. Its a great Module and saves me editing any config files and manually FTP'ing. Lister Pro gives me an easy way to manage the "studio updates". Hanna Code allows me to work with some of the tricker layouts such as the page on PW Forms is used for the Contact Form and I'm using direct embed with some jQuery and CSS to strip out some unwanted formatting. ProCache is running in the background to speed things up. Thats more out of professional curiosity right now Vs any focuseed attention on site speed. AIOM was running recentlyto minify all my style sheets and JS but I pulled it recently. might revisit. Blog module is running the er, blog! I've some work to do there in terms of content layout etc but it's a wonderful piece of work. RenoTheme is keeping everything lovely in the admin Upgrades is a real life saver and allows me to update the whole CMS in a few clicks MarkupSimpleNavigation is powering the menus. Regarding the actual PHP used in templates, I doubt there's anything there of interest to you seasoned PHP guys. I've achieved 99% of the site using simple foreach loops and PW selectors. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Background - Why ProcessWire pt 2. When I first heard of PW, I was very content with my current CMS so I had a brief look around the site, read some blog posts but ultimately moved on. It looked interesting but I didn't really have a need to investigate further. Fast forward a few years and realising I need to expand my CMS toolset a bit, I had a better look at PW and downloaded it. I really liked *some* elements and appreciated how I could determine the field layout. You see where this is going? Interest increasing! But honestly? I couldn't imagine putting my clients on front of PW with the theme it had (at the time) and TinyMCE as the default editor. It looked real clunky and I wasn't sure I wanted another CMS with the tree representing pages. Somewhat trivial and shallow reasons not to use something but there we go. I'm a designer and I also have to think about my clients experiences too. But I kept an eye on PW and in the background, a few things were happening which were interesting. Communication from Ryan was frequent, open and transparent Planned updates were being released on or before schedule Unplanned updates were often released on or before I realised I even needed them I discovered TinyMCE could be swappable for CK editor and I could use alternative admin themes I discovered a few Modules for listing pages via DataTables as opposed to tree mode Not really sure of the timeline here but this is from mid 2013 onwards btw. The crazy things is from that point onwards, it seemed increasingly impossible to ignore PW. Every few months there was an amazing leap in either the core features or some brilliant module I hoped for was published. EG: I was looking for a way to decrease the time it takes to publish a page in the right place with the right template and the Add New button appeared I was looking for a way to represent pages in a List rather than a tree and ListerPro was announed Hoping for a better way to upgrade PW and the Update module was released Needing a proper blog with categories and the Blog module was there Looking for a better admin UI and RenoTheme came along Needed more flexible field layouts in a matrix and ProFields released Looking for a way to store chunks of html/php etc and Hanna Code was released Ok, that sounds like an Arethra Franklin song about PW but you get the idea! Seriously, it got to the point where I was either silently (or via the Forums) hoping for a particular feature and Ryan would already be working on it or would just release it having finished it. And it was always done in a much more elegant, scalable and powerful way than I imagined or hoped. Just last month I wrote a forum post highlighting a wish for an admin-based settings module. Thinking "nah, there I go complicating things again. Make do with the config.php file" I deleted it. Literally the next day, the Config module was released. It's spooky! Anyway, I've rambled on a bit. But to sum up - I try to redo my site every few years in a different framework and platform. I can see the front-end framework changing in future but I think EdenStudios has found a good, permanent home in PW. PW and Ryan are doing everything right. It's not the only great CMS but it's a damn fine CMS in great hands supported by a great community.
  15. Nicolas

    Hi everyone, I'm glag to introduce pierre-diagnostic.fr. This is the corporate website for a french real estate services agency. It was built with Processwire 2.5.3 and the following modules : AIOM ProcessBatcher Zurb Foundation 5 (wich is a delight to work with) Go Processwire!
  16. Ok since some different things are up to the client now - but the main work was done i'd like to show my first work with PW and give some feedback and kind words about the workflow. First i've to say thank you - ryan for this awesome diamant of code and all members here that treat every other with respect and patience! Domain is not open until some bureaucratic things are ready. http://gs-altfraunhofen.de/ This was no big project but not really easy, since there was no real basic stuff to start with, and the existing things (like a strange version of the logo you could see now) are done by some teachers and changing them was a little hot political thing....hot pavement! For such a little project with less budget i give the easy http://purecss.io/ a try and work with that. Tried to give the website some individual notes, but stay with many given elements by the small CSS Framework (buttons, forms) to save time/budget for the client. Here some screenshots of the page and changing on responsive: Desktop Mobile Backend Some special modules that i used: FieldtypeEvents (with some changes) FormTemplateProcessor (with adding some spamdetection, hidden honeypot and a "leave blanc" field) MarkupSimpleNavigation PageListImageLabel ProcessAdminCustomPages VersionControl Some special adjustments and using of some modules: FormTemplateProcessor Get a Form from given fields in a backend template and save them as pages and/or send them to a mailadress....easy task with the FormTemplateProcessor. For some spamdetection a added a hidden field as a honeypot and a questfield to leave blanc to check against bots. //Changes for better Spamprotection with a hidden additional field as a honeypot // create a text input a hide it via CSS .Inputfield_name2 display:none - see CSS example on the end of this module $field = $this->modules->get("InputfieldText"); $field->label = "Name2"; $field->attr('id+name','name2'); $field->required = 0; $form->add($field); // append the field to the form //end changes /**and at the end**/ //Create a field quest in the form template with heading like "please show us youre human an leave this blanc" //Set the Spamfilter and check if field quest or spam are blank! $questfield = $this->input->post->quest; $spamfield = $this->input->post->name2; if(empty($spamfield) && empty($questfield)) { echo "<h3>Ihre Email wurde gesendet!</h3>"; // see if any errors occurred if(count($form->getErrors())) { // re-render the form, it will include the error messages $out .= $form->render(); } else { // successful form submission, so populate the new page with the new values. foreach($form as $field) { $this->contact->set($field->name, $field->value); } if($this->email) $this->sendEmail($form); //if($this->parent) $this->savePage($form); $out .= $this->successMessage; } return $out; } else { echo "<h3>Es ist ein Fehler aufgetreten - Sie haben das letzte Feld ausgefüllt bitte versuchen Sie es erneut!</h3>"; } //end changes Frontend Backend ProcessAdminCustomPages This is a real great module for custom made admin pages. You simple add a page to the admin setup the process and add a templatefile in your site folder! Admin stuff made easy even for non devs! example code from the imageoverview (CutomAdminPage Template): <?php // Bilderübersicht Custom Admin Page ?> <style type="text/css" media="screen"> /** * larget magnific popup */ .mfp-iframe-holder .mfp-content { max-width: 1200px!important; } </style> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ajaxComplete(function() { //add trigger class and modal setup $('.PageListActionEdit a').each(function(){ $(this).addClass("lb-edit").attr("href",$(this).attr('href')+"&modal=1"); }); $('.PageListActionNew a').each(function(){ $(this).addClass("lb-edit").attr("href",$(this).attr('href')+"&modal=1"); }); //setup lightbox $('.lb-edit').magnificPopup({ type: 'iframe', disableOn: 0 }); }); </script> <?php //get Magnific css and js $this->modules->get('JqueryMagnific'); //render PageListtree with setting the parent page $formImages = $this->modules->get('InputfieldForm'); // prep the form $wrapperImages = new InputfieldWrapper; // a wrapper $wrapperImages->attr('value', '<h2>Bilder</h2>'); $i = $this->modules->get('ProcessPageList'); // get the pagelist process $i->set('id', 1015); // setting the parent page $pageTreeImages = new InputfieldMarkup; // the placeholder $pageTreeImages->value = $i->execute(); // fill the InputfieldMarkup form field... $wrapperImages->add($pageTreeImages); // put inside the wrapper... $formImages->append($wrapperImages); // append the wrapper echo $formImages->render(); And as result i've a adminpage just with the imagetree. For this kind of websites where i've very less images and use it on different pages - i'd like to have a mediacenter - and this is the way i get it work. Using the image approach from somas imagemanger module: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/3219-images-manager-beta/ But only the setup for the templates (single image fields and cats) - and have an easy administration like the whole site in a PW style. One bad thing with a own usage of the ProcessPageList - while editing after save you will be redirected to the "real pagetree" not the custom one! So no problem, it would be much better to use a kinda a modal editing on this special content - no problem all there just to find and use. (Combined it with the PageListImageLabel to show some thumbs in the pagetree) For the images first i thought i change the Tree where in the Wysiwyg the image is choosen to insert - this works so far mor details here: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/7439-processpageeditimageselect-hook-and-change-default-page/ But then i decided to don't let the users handle images in the wysiwyg and added a fieldset TAB for images and populate them if the users choose some on the right place on every page. So i've with a Pageselect field (parent page is the image-root) a simple "click on the images to show gallery" possible on every page: Here some screens on the backend of the custom admin page for the images with the template from above: Did the same for the documents section where i again use soma setup for files as pages: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/4602-flexible-downloads-using-pages/ This is a real great tutorial - you can expand all you need for such documents for eg. a counter is simple as easy PHP: 1. Setup a single file field, a counter integer field and a template for the kind of files you are using f.e. doc.php, docx.php, pdf.php and now use such a template file <?php /** * doc.php */ if($page->doc){ $page->of(false); $page->counter += 1; $page->save(array("quiet" => true)); $page->of(true); wireSendFile($page->doc->filename, $options); } Benefits from files as pages are real SEO Links on documents and images like: http://gs-altfraunhofen.de/dokumente/morgenbetreuung.doc/ some tweaks on the contact-page and some others in the admin.php to get them always in the state i want them i've some code like this: /** * setup choosen templates to hidden - equal witch setting the user takes */ $pages->addHook('saveReady', null, 'makePageHidden'); function makePageHidden(HookEvent $event) { $page = $event->arguments(0); if($page->template != 'doc' && $page->template != 'docx' && $page->template != 'pdf' && $page->template != 'image-category' && $page->template != 'image' && $page->template != 'contact_form') return; // replace 'category-site' with your template name if(!$page->is(Page::statusHidden)) $page->addStatus(Page::statusHidden); } For me like wrote i'm not a developer, not a real good coder, but i like the way that PW (and this awesome community) teach me in the right direction and let me be free in the way to solve my challenges! So closing the circle and say again thank you to all that read this and contribute to PW and this forum! Have fun - best regards mr-fan
  17. Macrura

    new site just launched... http://www.charleswuorinen.com/ major modules that were essential: admin template columns AIOM+ colorpicker (for custom page background colors) Font Awesome Page Label Form Builder ProCache jQuery DataTables Modules Manager Changelog Get Video Thumbs Field Change Notifier Hanna Code Redirects Template Notes Version Control Some custom modules for auto page titles, and custom page for managing works Front end Bootstrap Masonry/Isotope Flexslider dataTables Magnific Popup Soundmanager2 Fresco lighbox html5 video (using jackbox) extensively used Hanna codes to output lists of links, PDFs in various places; hanna code is also outputting the music players, scrolling flexslider galleries etc; the compositions list is using dataTables, and shows extra info in a magnific lightbox, which loads from ajax... once again, a site that really could not have been realized without PW!
  18. josedigital

    hello, everyone! been an active reader in the processwire community but never felt like i had anything to contribute. ufortunately, i still don't feel up to speed to contribute much to the community but i thought i'd share a new site. i used ryan's blog profile as a base. it's still not 100% finished (probably at about 90% on the dev side) and the blog hasn't been posted to yet. any opinions/critiques, good or bad, are appreciated. http://revengeofthecakeball.com/ many thanks! alex
  19. benbyf

    http://www.owengildersleeve.com/ - illustrator (built by CodeByBoy and edited by myself) http://ciaraphelan.com/ - illustrator (built by CodeByBoy and edited by myself) http://thehackneypeddler.co.uk/ - vintage bike shop (built myself)
  20. Macrura

    Just deployed a new PW site for a contemporary classical composer: http://www.jonathandawe.com/ AIOM Formbuilder ProCache Redirects MapMarker ImportPagesCSV MarkupSimpleNavigation Hanna Code Version Control Audio plugins used: Soundmanager2, 360 player with visualizer Fancy Music Player And thanks to the combination of AIOM, Procache and Cloudflare, the site seems to be very fast, gets a yslow of 96-98; Homepage Here is the sm2 circle player example with vis, overlaid on a relevant image: [goodbye joomla....!]
  21. joshuag

    Just launched a new Processwire site, http://luxcommunications.ca Comments? Feedback? As always, if you find any bugs or problems please let me know.
  22. More and more, processwire has become my personal haven... I do almost no commercial work with it (I work as a dev, and for payed side-projects I suffer the dread of joomla droppings ) Made this "thing": - http://www.lisboncorrespondent.com/ This is a blog (of sorts) for my father, with make-pretend postcards sent from Portugal. It is essentially a way for me to experiment with and learn a few techs/tools: css 3d transforms (and respective headaches, cross-browser issues, etc) The wonderful angularJS framework Yeoman (build system for js apps, with grunt + bower) Processwire, of course Processwire is amazing for every crazy thing I may ever think up, and using it as a simple RESTy service provider is incredibly simple. Gotchas: This will most likely be a perma-beta site - it is for trying stuff No history back/forward or direct urls - angularJS makes it easy, but it wasn't really my concern. Will have to happen someday, though No SEO whatsoever - I'm perfectly aware that a "blog" in a one page app is a no-no, but again, just toying around Tested with Chrome, Firefox and IE 10, OSX and Win - further compatibility (and mobile) to come Hope you enjoy. And thank you, Ryan, for the wonderful gift of processwire
  23. rosieate

    My second PW site, theanodyne.com, features info for a local bar & pool hall and is designed to look like a vintage menu. They love how easy it is to update the site.
  24. Dear Ryan, Please accept my appreciation on the system that you have created. Processwire is amazing. We were planning to redesign and make our Film Magazine more attractive and easy to manage, especially as it was run by a very short staff. We had been lagging behind in deadlines with each issue. We started the process about 5 months ago, when I started searching for the most suitable system to trust the work to. I have been a wordpress developer for sometime, but I did not want to take that path, frankly very annoyed with the huge amount of mostly defunct and dead plugins and other things that makes it tedious to run a website for a developer ( those are just my thoughts ). The process was gradual, and I was tremendously impressed by the conciseness of the entire Processwire system and the support forums, suffice it to say that, I did not have to ask any questions in the forums to work things out, the answers were all there. This is the first forum post that I am writing and this is after the job has been completed. I invite the community and especially Ryan to please have a look at the Magazine, its available here: PROJECTORHEAD Although it is still a work in progress, but we feel glad to release the magazine with the new issue. The magazine has been in existence for more than 2 years and this is the ninth issue. The blog section on the website is still running wordpress. I would love to hear feedback about the website, both in terms of content and design, and ideas about making it more reader friendly. We present this magazine to the community. Thank you. Suraj Prasad Web-Architect PROJECTORHEAD