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Thought I's try SystemNotifications and found it over kill as I would get alot of warnings, changes and errors appearing and persisting which was scaring my client. But now I'm unable to uninstall it without getting errors on the user edit page saying it requires a module that doesnt exsist any more... anyone had this issue or can recommend how to use this module correctly?
Hi, I'm still subscribed to Carl Alexander's blog, which I do not read too often, but his bard new article might be interesting for web developers, especially for those working on a Mac. As he writes: "This article goes through the entire process of setting up my new MacBook Pro. It's pretty exhaustive because I talk about why I chose some of the tools that I'm using. I also go over some of the tools that I tried out and didn't end up using." https://carlalexander.ca/2016-macbook-pro-setup/
Hello, I just went through the PW tutorial for making a simple news system: http://wiki.processwire.com/index.php/Simple_News_System But after seeing the result, I'm wondering how this system would scale. Because right now, it seems like if you're creating a new page for each post, things on the administrative UI side will get messy really quickly : I just imagine a really long list of articles as pages under "News Articles" looking like a nightmare. I know I could modify the system so that each article displays a date, but still it just does not look pretty. So I'm wondering whether most of you use some system similar to what is described in the Simple News System tutorial, or if you use something else. If so, what do you use? Do you integrate something else into Processwire? If not, how can I make this simple news system more clean and feasible? E.g. is there a way to further categorize/archive the articles? I mean, I'm guessing that sites like http://www.cmscritic.com/ probably wouldn't use such a system for their powerful news system, would they? How did they do theirs?