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  1. Hi everyone, I am new to processwire, but really appreciate the way its works. Thank you Ryan. I need your help guys, any help would be appreciated, as i am searching the forum since last 1 month. but couldn't found out how to achieve. My issue is as my user registers on my website, it will be assigned a role. eg Register but what i want to achieve is that after login i want user to have edit profile , logout and Add Page. But i want user to add only one time, only single page can be post by him. if user adds the page, and login into account it must show edit pag
  2. Hi, Just started using PW and really love it. I've started to create my own template and was hoping I could get some advice on how best to go about my project. I've created a one page website which uses HTML, CSS and Javascript and want to convert this over for use with PW. The concept is fairly straightforward, it's a series of module blocks of HTML which I can move to alter my layout. Here's an example of the structure: Header Page1 Module1 Module2 Module3 Page2 Module1 Module2 Module3 Footer Page 1 and 2 are essential
  3. AndZyk

    NexWafe

    This is a image and animation heavy single page for NexWafe, a spinoff of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) based in Freiburg, Germany. The sections were realized with Flickity carousels to separate the content into slides. The site features various animations, like parallax separators, fixed lines and two large animations to illustrate the process and production. The animations were realized using ScrollMagic in combination with GSAP. Challenging was to keep the site performant by lazy loading almost every image and disable animations for mobile devices. www.nexwafe
  4. AndZyk

    Langenbachhof

    This is a single page for an old farmhouse deep in the Black Forest, which you can rent for seminars or as a weekend getaway. When visiting the site first you can slide through three full sized background images. To access the main content you can either click the logo, the toggle icon or the container. The content mostly consists of accordion elements, but in the section nächtigen there is also an calendar (using the new Google Calendar Markup module) and an reservation form included. www.langenbachhof.de Modules used: ProCache PageTable Extended Google Client API
  5. Hey guys, I struggled about half a week, okay wasn´t the only thing I´m on..but I´m not getting it. I´m working on a little page with a little shop, just a few books. Of course I know Apeisas shop, but it doesn´t support tax out of the box right now and I want to have the whole shop with cart and checkout on a single page and I had half of it already working with jquery but wanted to have something more scalable. While trying to get it on my own I´m digging more into php and PW Blabla I have a template called order. My plan is to store the cart in order page like "Cart 12.5.2014" and
  6. Hi, I am a newbie to programming and I am developing this site for a client of mine(WIP) : http://greenpantry.in/test820fcec/ It is a single page site, where the content is divided into sections. I want to know if it would be feasible to use Processwire to manage the content of the site. From what I have read, processwire's templating system is based on pages. I want to know if the client will be able to edit each section individually from the admin panel, as I feel creating a single long template for the page will be kind of messy. 'our platters' and 'gallery' are the two sections they wan
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