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  1. Hi, is there something like that, or would you consider it useful? Maybe there's another way but I think it would be great. Since I tinkered around a bit with Jekyll (static site generator) I love the idea not depending on php or database acces for clients who don't want to change content that often (or even almost never). Still there would be the huge benefit of pw letting me organize the data in a very comfortable way, when finished, push a button an the site is output into a directory, ready to be used in a static way. Also if a client didn't pay for cms integration, they should not get it =) On a side note: I have so many initial questions, but I don't know if I should ask them each separately (better in my opinion) or all in one post. cheers
  2. I have created my static html front page for my website. a pretty basic one. How do I use it on PW? Do I delete files from site/templates directory? and replace it with the html/css files of my basic website? Tried to delete fields and pages in admin which comes with the default installation of PW. But I cant delete them, it says template/field cannot be deleted. Anyway, I really need to know the steps to use my own static html? Thanks for the help
  3. Hey guys, I need to import a Jekyll-based website, basically a collection of 3000+ static html pages, into ProcessWire, or in other words, import them into PW's database. Is there an easy, automated way to do this? Could you please point me in the right direction? Thanks.
  4. Although not frequent, and usually not for very long, databases will experience problems and just not be able to be connected to. An error message of just "Unable to complete this request due to an error. Error has been logged." just doesn't seem too friendly to visitors. Perhaps I just haven't seen this (or discovered how to do it), but if it isn't currently an option (or a hook) for this, it'd be a welcomed thing. (If there is a way to do this, I apologize...it's sometimes hard to come up with the proper search terms to find results.)
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