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  1. strandoo

    Hi Folks, I've got a site with some contact and quote forms which get sent to my client and get saved as pages so the client has a record of the submitted forms. He'd like to analyse some of the form data. So for instance, there's a field that asks 'where did you hear about us?' with select options like 'Advertisement', 'Google', 'Recommendation', 'Magazine', etc. I'd like provide a page so the client could see how many respondents chose 'Google' vs 'Advertisement', etc. A simple tally would be fine, but then I could calculate percentages, maybe chart the results, etc. My first thought was to use $pages->count('selector') to count the pages with a certain answer. I'd know what percentage that was by comparing it to the total of saved pages for that form. But would I need to do this for each question? Is there a better way to tally/count all the answers for a given field?
  2. I have a events_footer.inc that outputs children pages by the id number. The id number is from a pagefield id representing the event. I would like to replace with this information from the child page: $page->event->last()->title; my events_footer.inc has this code: if($page->numChildren) { echo "<ul class='nav'>"; foreach($page->children as $child) { echo "<li><p><a href='{$child->url}'>{$child->event->last()->title}</a><br /> <span class='summary'>{$child->summary}</span></p></li>"; } echo "</ul>"; } Edit: SOLVED! I am an idiot. Code was at the bottom of my template page not my footer.inc.
  3. Qotes (single or double) in the summary (Array Element of ModuleInfo) will be displayed '&quote;' or ''' which means the output of the html-source is: '&quote;' or '&#039;'. Didn't check the cause. Maybe better to avoid the use of quotes in the summary respectively in translations (.json).