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Hey guys! This is probably a total newbi question, but I cant figure it out myself.
I use two links to get to the previous or next page. When the user is on the last page, I want the next link to show the first page.
When the user is on the first page I want the previous link to show the last page. How can I do this with the API?
This is my second site with PW, so Iam still trying to figure things out. Here is my code:
<ul id="nav"> <li class="nav-left"><a href="<?php echo $page->prev->url; ?>" class="arrow"><img src="<?php echo $config->urls->templates?>img/site/arrow_left.svg"></a></li> <li class="nav-right"><a href="<?php echo $page->next->url; ?>" class="arrow"><img src="<?php echo $config->urls->templates?>img/site/arrow_right.svg"></a></li> </ul> Thx!
By Vineet Sawant
I'm creating a large scale application which will be used by thousands of people. Part of of the application requires storing temporary information about user's activities. For example, if user comments on certain topic, notification of same should be given to OP and people following the topic.
I thought I'd create a subpage with a repeater field having few fields like user id, timestamp & notification status, read/unread (I just don't see why using page table is better in this case, if someone can enlighten me, that'd be great.).
But I've read that every repeater item is same as new page, so I'm really confused whether I should just start keeping temporary pages or use a page with repeater field.
But for every topic, there can be hundreds of notifications, which I think will be a problematic situation in future. So I am looking for any kind of temporary storage that will not included creating pages.
Writing logs to file could be done but i'm not sure how good solution is that and how reliable it'll be.
I'd really like a good conversation with someone who understands PW, so I'm here.
Thank you all.