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  1. Hi! I have lots of blogposts in my pagetree and I want the pagelabel to include the value of the post’s datefield (only the year). Adding date | title in the template settings results in something like… 1536012000 | my blogpost title Is it possible to convert the timestamp to a readable date?
  2. Today I wanted to add some settings and extra fields to my user template (which went fine) and realized, that if an editor uses the profile link in main navigation, he doesn't see the extra fields i or other plugins added. In this view are only password, mail address, language and admin theme available. But if this user has the right to administer users, he could go to his "other" profile page (/processwire/access/users/edit/?id=123) and see all the additional fields and edit them. Why is it not possible to edit all fields in the profile view. I can't give all my editors user admin rights, but I want the to be able to edit their profile with all the additional fields (in the backend). How could i accomplish this? Thanks!
  3. kixe

    As described in this post (https://processwire.com/talk/topic/8551-custom-urls-for-pages/?p=82742) the option 'Name Format Children' under the tab 'Family' in template settings doesn't work properly and also not as expected. I had a look inside the code and made some changes which are working properly, which offers much more options, more consistency and less code too. The result is the following. You have 3 Options for generating name and title, which could be combined in endless variations. Name is always derived from title, same like creating pages manually. type date: if function detects # character anywhere in the string, conversion will be: deletion of # and string will be used as format parameter for PHP date() function type field: if string is a fieldname of the parent page the value of this field will be used type string: if string doesn't fit to the 2 preceeding it will be taken as it is All parts (separated by comma) will be composed in the order of setting. You can use unlimited numbers of parts I made a pull request on github: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire/pull/831 Example screenshots Setting ... will result in
  4. It's common sense to name things based on meaning -- search, sitemap, home, basic-page / default etc. -- but I'm interested in hearing if you folks are defining / following more specific rules than these. This is something I've been thinking quite a bit lately and unfortunately I feel a bit lost here. IMHO this becomes an important thing especially when you have multiple developers working on / providing support for same projects, which they aren't necessary familiar with. It's one of those things that make it easier for a new developer to jump on board of a project and instantly understand what's happening under the hood (or at least make educated guesses.) So after this (longish) explanation, I'd really love to hear what you think about this subject -- what kind of naming conventions do you apply for your templates and/or fields? (If any.)
  5. Hello! I am trying to get some extra css-file into my admin templates. I managed to modify my admin.php to this: <?php namespace ProcessWire; require($config->paths->adminTemplates . 'controller.php'); echo "<link rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' href='" . $config->urls->templates . "css/admin.css'>"; By doing so, the css <link> is added to the very end of each parsed admin-html. (right AFTER the closing </body> tag.) That causes some trouble. e.g. the page tree is not displaying any more. Although, other pages are working - like the edit form of a page. My question: is there a correct way of adding my extra css to the admin area? Thanks for you help! Stephan
  6. I don't know why multiple instances (repeater_repeat_columns1, repeater_repeat_columns2, ...) of my repeater field are displayed inside Template field (see image). Is there a way to clean/reset it ?
  7. I'm combining two PW sites into one, Site A into Site B. At each step, I did it bit by bit as the 'all at once' approach failed. First, I exported all the fields from Site A and imported into Site B. Any field types not supported by import/export, eg FieldtypeOptions I manually recreated. All good. Next I exported all the templates from Site A and imported them into Site B and copied across their associated template files. All good. Finally I exported the pages I needed from Site A into Site B - again, bit by bit to ensure it all went smoothly. From the admin side, it all looked and worked perfectly. Front end was a totally different story. All existing pages in Site B worked as expected. NONE of the pages imported from Site A displayed. They all ended in a redirect loop with no errors in the PW logs or Tracy Debugger. After some trial-and-error, I finally got it working with: - create a new template in Site B admin with no associated template file and just a title field - import the fields from the imported Site A template into the newly created template (both on Site B) - copy the Site A php template file into a new file that matched the new PW Site B template name and save in Site B site/templates I can deal with the above workaround. Just curious to know if I did something wrong or if the template import/export feature is problematic? ### Solution: While the export/import was a slow process, turned out the front end redirecting issue was unrelated. For reasons unknown, all templates marked as HTTPS only were the ones redirecting, ie all templates from Site A. Finally solved it by changing the $config->https to true in site/config.php Now the pages display correctly as https whether the template forces the issue or not.
  8. louisstephens

    I have a repeater with a text field where I would like to use hanna code (to make it easier on the user) so the user can define the action of a image that is in the repeater. For example: 1. The image should have an external link: - the user can just type in the url 2. The image, when clicked, should be printable (using print.js) - the user can just type [[print_image]] That works just fine, but I am running into an "issue". The code I need to use to print is: onclick="printJS({printable: 'path_to_image', type: 'image'});" I can put that into the hanna code as plain text, but I have no idea how to get the image from the repeater item and pass to "path_to_image". Is this even possible?
  9. Hi, I have a lot of difficulties with getting a field value. First I created a template, inside I created several fields two fields are a dropdown select box So I have a value and a label for each line. Then I want to get the field value in _init.php or in the template to display it. How can I get the value of a field for the page ? I need to understand the flow through which data goes. Could someone help me ? Thank you
  10. So this is more or less just a question regarding best practices, and how to actually achieve this. I have an internal tool I built awhile ago that has just gotten very "trashed". The naming conventions are all out of whack due to trying to get something completed, and pages are just everywhere. The fields got really out of hand as well, but I believe I have found a much cleaner field structure with the Repeater Matrix and a few other ProFields. I decided recently to rewrite the template structure and the fields from scratch to keep everything nice and neat, but then it hit me that I would need to move all the previous data over and populate the new fields etc. The current tree looks something like: Group Title - Section A (template "section") - Category One (template "category") - Category Two (template "category") - Section B (template "section") - Category One (template "category") - Category Two (template "category") Etc etc... The structure is pretty good, and I am thinking of keeping it as it serves my purpose. However, I now have about 140 Sections with child pages that I would hopefully like to move to different templates, as well as changing the child templates/mapping data to the new fields. The only fields I need to worry about are a few textareas, text fields, options field, as well as 1 image filed. I guess my real question is, what is the best way to go about this "migration" via the api while keeping the parent/child structure. It would be ok to leave it as is and chip away at it if I were the only one using it, but unfortunately that is not the case. I guess one approach would be to copy over the entire structure and make the move to the new templates/fields. Once we have verified all the data/templates are correct, we could remove the old structure and possibly rename the new to mirror the old. However, this might just be too complicated.
  11. pcreact

    Hello, I discovered processwire a couple of days ago and I am very impressed so now I am integrating it with the Yii framework (once complete I'll post a tutorial with code), so far it is going well but I do seem to have a problem with setting a new path for a $page->template->filename. Setting $config->paths->templates in the PW config.php file works fine but I want to be able to set Yii-specific config variables after I have included the PW index.php. I assumed that by setting $wire->config->paths->templates that this would be reflected in $page->template->filename but that doesn't seem to be the case. Is this a bug or am I confused? Any advice greatly appreciated.
  12. I have a hook to change the template file on a certain page. This is not working at the moment for some reason. The usual location to place templates is under /site/template. Because the template should only be available in my module, I want my template file to be in /site/modules/mymodule/view/mytemplate.php When I place my file in the usual template location, it works fine. But when I place the file in my module folder, it doesn't work. When I var_dump the $page->template->filename variable, the location of the template file is correct and maps to my module folder. So everything seems to be correct, but somehow it's not working but I can't figure out the problem. Does anyone know how to solve this?
  13. Hi all, Im currently building a photo sharing website and have a first version finished. Next step is to incorporate notifications in the website if a user likes one of your photo's, or comments on a photo you posted. Just like the notification bell at the top of the forums. Any idea how to approach this functionality? Thanks in advance.
  14. So I have a project where multiple pages are sending POST data to 1 single template page. All was working well (well, at least with one ajax post), but now I have hit a stumbling block. I figured the "best" way to handle the request were to use url segments and then use the following in the status page: if ($config->ajax && $input->urlSegment1 == 'add-bookmark') { // some code here } However, this doesnt seem to really work (as I assume the the request isnt being posted to /status/ but rather to /status/add-bookmark/). What is the best way to actually handle this?
  15. Hi, So today I will writing a small tutorial on developing templates in Processwire using Twig Template, Processwire is a highly flexible CMS which gives developers/designers/users options and allows easy extension of the platform. So here goes the tutorial What is Twig Template ? Simply put in my own words, Twig is a modern templating engine that compiles down to PHP code, unlike PHP, Twig is clean on the eyes , flexible and also quite *easy* to have dynamic layout site with ease ,without pulling your hair out. Twig is trusted by various platforms. It was created by the guys behind Symfony. Take this code as an example {% for user in users %} <h1>* {{ user }}</h1> {% endfor %} This will simply be the equivalent in PHP World <?php $userArray = ["Nigeria","Russia"]; foreach($userArray as $user): ?> <h1><?= $user ?></h1> <?php endforeach; The PHP code though looks simple enough however, you start to notice that you have to be concerned about the PHP tags by ensuring they are closed properly , most times projects gets bigger and comes complex and harder to read/grasp, and also in PHP you can explicitly create variables in the template making it very hard to read as it grows and prone to getting messy WordPress is a major culprit when it comes to that regard. Have you ever wanted to created separate layouts for different pages and break your sites into different parts e.g Sidebar, Comment Section, Header Section ? the regular approach would be to create individual pages for each section and simply add them as templates for the pages and with time, you can end up having tons of templates, however Twig allows you to easily inherit templates and also override the templates where you can inject content into the block easily. Don't worry if you don't understand the concept, the following parts will explain with an example of how to easily inherit layouts and templates. Layout <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> {{include("layout/elements/header.twig")}} </head> <body> <div class="container-fluid" id="minimal"> <header id="pageIntro"> <div class="bio_panel"> <div class="bio_section col-md-6"> <h1>Okeowo Aderemi</h1> <h2>{{ page.body }}</h2> </div> </div> <div class="clearfix"></div> </header> <section id="page-body"> <div class="container"> <div id="intro" class="col-md-7 col-lg-7"> <h1>About me</h1> <h2> {{ page.summary }} </h2> </div> {block name="content"}{/block} <a style="font-size:1.799783em; font-style:italic;color:#d29c23" href="{{pages.get('/notes').url }}">Read more articles</a> </div> <div class="clearfix"></div> </div> </section> </div> <footer> <div class="header-container headroom headroom--not-top headroom--pinned" id="header-container"> {{include("layout/elements/footer.twig")}} </div> </footer> </body> </html> This is basically a layout where we specify blocks and include other templates for the page, don't panic if you don't understand what is going on, I will simply break down the weird part as follows: Include This basically is similar to native PHP 'include', as it's name suggests it simply includes the templates and injects the content into the layout , nothing out of the ordinary here if you are already familiar with php's include function. {{ output }} This simply evaluates the expression and prints the value, this evaluate expressions, functions that return contents , in my own short words it's basically the same as <?= output ?> except for the fact that it's cleaner to read. {% expression %} unlike the previous this executes statements such as for loops and other Twig statements. {% for characters in attack_on_titans %} <h1> {{characters}} </h1> {% endfor %} This executes a for loop and within the for loop, it creates a context to which variables in that context can be referenced and evaluated, unlike dealing with the opening and closing PHP tags, Twig simply blends in with markup and makes it really quick to read. I will simply post the contents of both the header and footer so you can see the content of what is included in the layout header.php <meta charset="utf-8"/> <meta content="IE=edge" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible"/> <meta content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1" name="viewport"/> <title> {{ page.title }} </title> <link href=" {{config.urls.templates }}assets/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/> <link href="{{config.urls.templates }}assets/css/main.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/> <link rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' href='{{config.urls.FieldtypeComments}}comments.css' /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="{{config.urls.siteModules}}InputfieldCKEditor/plugins/codesnippet/lib/highlight/styles/vs.css"> <script type="text/javascript" src="{{config.urls.siteModules}}InputfieldCKEditor/plugins/codesnippet/lib/highlight/highlight.pack.js"></script> <script src="{{config.urls.templates }}assets/js/vendors/jquery-1.11.3.min.js"> </script> <script src="{{config.urls.templates }}assets/js/vendors/bootstrap.min.js"> </script> <script src="{{config.urls.FieldtypeComments}}comments.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" type='text/css' href="{{config.urls.templates}}js/jquery.fancybox.min.css"> <script src="{{config.urls.templates}}js/jquery.fancybox.min.js"></script> {block name="javascriptcodes"}{/block} footer.php <nav class="site-nav pull-right"> <div class="trigger"> <a class="page-link" href="{{pages.get('/about').url}}"> <span>{</span> About <span>}</span> </a> <a class="page-link" href="{{pages.get('/notes').url}}"> <span>{</span> Journals <span>}</span> </a> <a class="page-link" target="_blank" href="https://ng.linkedin.com/in/okeowo-aderemi-82b75730"> <span>{</span> Linkedin <span>}</span> </a> <a class="twitter page-link" target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/qtguru"> <span>{</span> Twitter <span>}</span> </a> </div> </nav> There's nothing special here, other than twig simply injecting these fragments into the main layout , the next part is the most interesting and important concept and benefit that Twig has to offer {% block content %}{% endblock %} This tag simply creates a placeholder in which the content would be provided by the template inheriting this layout, in lay terms it simply means child templates will provide content for that block, the 'content' simply uses the name 'content' to refer to that specific block, so assuming we were to inherit this template it would simply look like this. Inheriting Template Layout {% extends 'layout/blog.twig' %} {% block content %} <div class="container blog-container"> <section class="blog"> <header class="blog-header"> <h1> {{page.title}} </h1> <h5 class="blog_date"> {{page.published|date("F d, Y")}} </h5> <br> </br> </header> <div class="blog_content"> <hr class="small" /> {{page.body}} <hr class="small" /> </div> </section> </div> {% endblock %} {% block nav %} <div class="col-md-4 col-xs-4 col-sm-4 prev-nav"> <a href="{{page.prev.url}}"> ← Prev </a> </div> <div class="col-md-4 col-xs-4 col-sm-4 home-nav"> <a href="{{homepage.url}}"> Home </a> </div> <div class="col-md-4 col-xs-4 col-sm-4 next-nav"> <a href="{{page.next.url}}"> Next → </a> </div> {% endblock %} In this snippet you can easily notice how each blocks previously created in the header and layout are simply referenced by their names, by now you will notice that twig doesn't care how you arrange the order of each block, all Twig does is to get the contents for each blocks in the child templates and inject them in the layout theme, this allows flexible templating and also extending other layouts with ease. Twig in Processwire Thanks to @Wanze we have a Twig Module for Processwire and it's currently what i use to build PW solutions to clients https://modules.processwire.com/modules/template-engine-twig/ The Modules makes it easy to not only use Twig in PW but also specify folders to which it reads the twig templates, and also injects Processwire objects into it, which is why i can easily make reference to the Pages object, another useful feature in this module is that you can use your existing template files to serve as the data provider which will supply the data to be used for twig template. take for example, assuming I wanted the homepage to display the top six blog posts on it, TemplateEngineTwig will simply load the home.php ( Depending on what you set as the template), it is also important that your twig file bears the same name as your template name e.g home.php will render into home.twig here is an example to further explain my point. home.php <?php //Get the Top 6 Blog Posts $found=$pages->find("limit=6,include=hidden,template=blog-post,sort=-blog_date"); $view->set("posts",$found); The $view variable is the TemplateEngine which in this case would be Twig, the set method simply creates a variables posts which holds the data of the blog posts, the method allows our template 'blog.twig' to simply reference the 'posts' variable in Twig Context. Here is the content of the 'blog.twig' template blog.tpl {% extends 'layout/blog.twig' %} {% block content %} <div class="block_articles col-md-5 col-lg-5"> {% for post in posts %} <div class="article_listing"> <span class="article_date"> {{post.published}}</span> <h2 class="article_title"> <a href="{{post.url}}">{{post.title}}</a> </h2> </div> {% endfor %} {% endblock %} So home.php sets the data to be used in home.tpl once Twig processes the templates and generates the output, twig takes the output from the block and injects it in the appriopriate block in the layout, this makes Processwire templating more flexible and fun to work with. The major advantage this has; is that you can easily inherit layouts and provide contents for them with ease, without the need of running into confusions when handling complex layout issues,an example could be providing an administrator dashboard for users on the template side without allowing users into the Processwire back-end. You can also come up with several layouts and reusable templates. Feel free to ask questions and any concerns in this approach or any errors I might have made or overlooked. Thanks
  16. Currently, I have a page set up listing all child pages using a foreach loop and outputting some information (thus far, it is all gravy). However, I ran into a slight problem. I have a "button" on each item being rendered that when clicked needs to send the page id to another page for processing via ajax. I thought I could just save the item id like : <?php $itemId = $item->id; ?> And then encoding it below in my javascript: var itemId = <?php echo json_encode($itemId); ?>; var data = { itemId: itemId, }; $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "/intra/status/", data: data, success: function(){ console.log(itemId); } }); However, it is only posting the last page's id rendered by the foreach. Have I just overlooked something simple on this?
  17. Hi all, Real newbie question here; how do you get a child page's title from its parent's ID? Let me elucidate. I have a page type of Dam with 600+ dam child pages. Each child dam page uses a template called dam, and one field within the dam template is country, which is linked to a Countries page type. I've written code to return all the dams in a certain country, but it returns that country's ID as it appears in the dam template's country field. Having attempted and failed miserably to get the title of the appropriate country's child page's title from the ID, I thought I'd ask those far more knowledgeable than myself! I appreciate this is probably day one, lesson one of how to work with Processwire, but I'm still negotiating the learning curve Tony.
  18. dweeda

    How do I migrate a template with all its fields and values to a new site? Is their an export/import process?
  19. Hey everyone, hope you're all doing well! I'm building my first ProcessWire website at the moment, which is of course a very good way to understand all of the possibilities ProcessWire has to offer. But that also means that I'm facing some troubles now and then, and so is the case right now. I made a template for a couple of pages, like the homepage, the contact page, etc. I am using Bootstrap 4.0 for the layout. So here's the deal: I want to show an alert box on top of every page, warning the user that the website is still under construction. Of course, I can just include the code and add the fields I made for the alert into the template, but that means I have to do that for every page, which I obviously don't want. So I made a template with the code and fields for the alert. When I did this, I realised that I can create multiple alerts this way, so I made two pages, containing different alerts. (And converted the code into a foreach-loop in the template). But now my question; how can I include these pages in a different template? Can I make a field or something to insert a page or is this simply not possible? Or do I have to approach this in a different way? I hope I explained my problem clear! Thank you in advance, matsn0w
  20. Hello PW, discovered few days ago this awesome cms and now want to start a project on it, but need some help. I'm coming from the drupal side, which I kinda like, but it is not usable for smaller projects like I need now. I like it's way to build to content from the ground up, but it feels heavy, don't know why. PW feels really light and want to give it a try. Long story short, development it is a hobby for me, so everything I do is self-learned throw try & error, no programming skills yet. I want to learn JS now, and for that, want to translate a website to my native Romanian language so I can learn myself and others in the future. The site I'm talking about is www.learn.javascript.ru I want to build a similar structured site (please see the attached image): Home / Projects / About will be basic page template based, no problem with them. mysite.com/javascript/ Starting Learn JavaScript will be a basic page template as well, I can make it statit, as it will contain some info and links to the Sections of the JS theory pages. mysite.com/javascript/section-name/ By accessing a section page, I want to see again some description text and links of the attached unit pages to this section, so when I open any section it shows me all the attached unit pages to it. On the sidebar, I need to render links to all the sections, just that. Next is unit pages like mysite.com/javascript/section-name/unit-name/ Here goes the units text, main content in other words, like a blog post. The key point is to have a dropdown and select the section page for it. For sidebar, I want to render the list with links for every headline from the unit page. Will do it by using Jumplinks Hanna Code, I believe it will do the job perfectly. Who can give me a hand with the templates? first /javascript/ page I can do as a basic page. next /javascript/section-name/ don't know. what fields should it contain for linking units? and last /javascript/section-name/unit-name/ again, what field needs to be used for linking? Page refference I believe? How I write it to templates? Would be gratefull for your help guys, Thank you
  21. rareyush

    I created a template where I am rendering this php file where I am saving contact quires in a template and it is working fine in homepage. I used my same code in another page on a same project by creating another template and rendering another file but I am receiving this error again and again, I tried to figure out but it not working. <?php namespace ProcessWire; $form = $modules->get('FormTemplateProcessor');$form->template = $templates->get('contact'); // required $form->requiredFields = array('title', 'fullname','email_form', 'mobile', 'message'); //$form->email = 'your@email.com'; // optional, sends form as email $form->parent = $page('template=contact-form'); // optional, saves form as page $form->render(); // draw form or process submitted form ?> <?php echo $form->render(); ?> error I am receiving anyone can any solutions for it ?
  22. rareyush

    I am trying too create a custom field where when user select to create a category 2 text area shows where one title of the category goes & another for some content. Like in a picture I want 2 text areas when I click on create new
  23. I want to split my output of an image array, see my code here: <div class="row"> <?php foreach($page->umf_imgs as $image) {echo "<div class='one-fourth column refs'><img src='$image->url'></div>";} ?> </div> <div class="row"> <?php foreach($page->umf_imgs as $image) {echo "<div class='one-fourth column refs'><img src='$image->url'></div>";} ?> </div> <div class="row"> <?php foreach($page->umf_imgs as $image) {echo "<div class='one-fourth column refs'><img src='$image->url'></div>";} ?> </div> The number of images is 11, but I only want to add four in a row. Is it possible to grab them, e.g. image 1-4, image 5-8, image 9-12?
  24. I have been using the wiresmtpmail module in a few installs for sending out automated emails etc etc, and it works flawlessly. However, I now need to send an email when a user submits a form, and for the life of me I can not figure out how to get the form to submit. if(isset($_POST['Submit'])) { $mail = wireMail(); // calling an empty wireMail() returns a wireMail object $toName = $sanitizer->text($input->post->fullname); $toEmail = $sanitizer->email($input->post->email); $phone = $sanitizer->text($input->post->phone); $comments = $sanitizer->text($input->post->comments); $subject = $page->store_name . $page->title; $numSent = wireMail($toName, '', $subject, $textBody, $options); } If I remove the if statement, the form submits just fine, however you can just refresh the page (without adding anything to the fields), and it will submit a blank email every refresh. Has anyone gotten this working with a submit button?
  25. Hello fellow Process wire Developers! Today i have encountered an issue using the repeater where I can't find out how to solve it therefore i am asking for help. To be specific, I am trying to get the "file" field working properly in the repeater but i couldn't find a way on how to assign a property of a field that is being used by the repeater. download_pdf is the name of the field that i want to access properties from. What i wished i could do was something like $download->download_pdf.size or $download->download_pdf->name, something like that but obviously these didn't work Hope there is a solution and thanks in advance! Best wishes, Livius