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  1. Hi everybody, we started our first Processwire driven project in my new company and for the first time, I was working on one site with more than 2 colleagues on the same site. It didn't take long for us to stumble across some problems when multiple developers work at the same time, conflicts with updating the database on vagrant machines, like duplicate entries for page IDs, errors when setting up fields and stuff like this. We ended up working on a dedicated database server, that we linked to our vagrant machines and most of the problems were gone, but the performance of this conste
  2. Alright. So I'm converting a site I already have to Processwire (really enjoying it so far!). I wanted to convert the previous tables that I had data in to Processwire pages. But I'm wondering what the optimal way to structure pages would be. So basically, I have three main tables. Users (and all accompanying information) Items (and all accompanying information) Aquariums (each user only has 1 aquarium. Currently, user_id is a FK) Fish (type of item. Aquariums may have multiple fish) Aqua_settings (Things like lightness, temperature, etc) So in
  3. Hello! I am using ProcessWire for a good three years now already, and I am really happy with the flexibility it provides. There is one thing though that bugs me. For a recent project, I need lots of templates. I already have a site/templates folder polluted with a package.json, yarn.lock, node_modules, errors, .eslintrc, .git and my entire build setup. And I thought: OK - when I am forced to use site/templates for templates, is it actually correct to put all my javascript, styles, components, functions, classes also there? I mean, at least this is what the default theme encourag
  4. Hello everyone! I recently downloaded ProcessWire and after playing around with it I've found its flexibility and ease of use to be really promising. I'm working on a site to publicize upcoming live music events and archive past events at our venue. Each event has the usual start time/end time/price/etc fields and can be associated with any number of bands (usually just one or two). Each band has name/website/description (short bio)/image fields. At the moment I have a page field on my event template allowing each event to be tagged with the required bands, either by choosing existing ban
  5. Hi, I'm building new categories below the homepage, such as : home /cycle /race /city /motorbike /roadsters /sports How do you handle what's going on if a user hits /home/cycle only ? I have nothing to show here. For now I've associated /cycle with the 'basic-page' template... Do I have to redirect to the first sub-page such as /home/cycle/race for example ? or do you redirect to /home in such a case ? Thanks
  6. Hello, I'm struggling to structure my website, so I thought I could have a little help from you guys. I'm making a doctor/clinic appointment/booking type of website. The website will list several doctors/clinics. The user (front-end) will be able to choose one and make the booking. Each doctor has her own page and offers one or more type of treatment. Each doctor's staff will have their own profile page(back-end) where she can login and update their doctor listing and schedule. The back-end part is my problem. How would you setup that? Regards
  7. Hi Guys, I am trying to create a folder structure in templates folder because i going to have a huge list of templates so for future use i want to create a folder structure in template folder so returning user can easily find and modify them according to requirements. e.g i have few templates for pages and few templates which i am going to use in templates as includes files. i am calling them BLOCKS. so i want to create block folder into the template folder but in admin panel when i am adding new template it's not picking up block1.php file which is located in Templates>Blocks&g
  8. I saw in the 'template structure methods' in the doc section that ryan mentioned a mvc method for beginners. When will it be published? https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/how-to-structure-your-template-files/page5 I'm just curious
  9. Hello, in my project I have about 20 different content types eg: - basic item - news item - publication (image, description, view restriction etc.) - gallery - video file - document (file pdf, docx...) - project (project start date, project end date...) - manager profile (image, CV, position...) - company (company profile, products category...) - event (event date, location ...) - etc... Also there are shared content with additional templates ("widgets/blocks") where I have about 15 types of widgets (weather module, image banner, text banne, slider, header, link button, notification popup e
  10. Hi guys, just wanna ask a simple question and may i get a ok from some experienced guys or a no-way - that helps me to avoid trashing to much time. For now i love PW - and build some easy websites - but i've a real webapp on the desk that screws "i wanna go live". Since i'm working in a NGO for farmers that share manpower and maschines together and we did the clearance for this special kind of service. So we wanna build a webapp where clients could send us records online. Long words short sense..... I've read kongondo's tutorial about structuring (even with colors) but anyway i wanna
  11. Hi, i'm working on a website with some articles and categories. The structure is something like this: Home +Articles --First Article --Second Article +Categories --Category1 --Category2 I'm using the categories page as a field to categorize the articles and create the sections of the general navigation (home / category1 / category2). Currently the URL for a section looks like example.com/categories/category1/ and i want something like: example.com/category1/ Any Ideas? Thanks!
  12. (WARNING: long philosophical post, with no immediate problem solving needed. This is for the ones who might feel like discussing data modelling in PW) Hello! I'm about to start a new project and I ran into a structural problem that I'm not sure exactly how to get about (although I have an idea): I have a project where all data will be tag-based: the same piece of data will show up in different places on the website. In other words it will 'exist' in more than one place. The PW CMS interface is based on a hierarchy, where everything needs to have one (single) main location. I have
  13. I'm building my first brand new Processwire site! It's easy and looks really extensible so I'm excited. However, I have a codeigniter app that is going to eventually sit in a directory beneath Processwire and I want to store assets like css, js, and images in a top-level directory that both CI and PW will access. Right now, I've accomplish this by using tags like `<img src="<?php echo $config->urls->templates ?>../../assets/images/russellbits-logo-small.png" alt="Russellbits"/>` Works fine, but it's messy. Is there another way I could do this in PW without making an htt
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