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Hi, I know the the templates in processwire are html files.
I search it into foleder "site" of standard installation of processwire standard theme (blanck and that blue) but I don't find any html file to modify it by html code.
So, I must modify it only by php code?
Can I traduct php pages templates in html page?
I'm very new to ProcessWire and honestly I don't really know where to start. I keep postponing it. A colleague told me that an existing theme would be a great starting and learning point, but the fact is that I can't find the kind of theme I need. What I want to do is to have my collection of comic books online, but in a responsive way and with the possibility to quickly see which comics are missing (when I'm at a convention for example) or which ones I want in a better condition. There are a lot of things I can think of, but let's start with the basics and that is a theme to display my collection. Anyone see anything like that online? Love to hear from you guys. Thanks.
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?
think i've got myself into a muddle here but i've got each template as a section in my homepage, when I go to each page they work fine (as they wrap the _main page content after), but on the homepage template I want to get all children and rendren the retun from JUST the template itself i.e. getting all the $content returns.
Any way of doing this, not somthing I would normally do, just don't want to basically replicate each template into my homepag template as they may go out of sync.
Greetings to all of you gorgeous people here. I have stumbled across ProcessWire while looking for functionality info on MODx Revo and I felt in love with it. As far as I am not a programmer and have enough books to read and learn throughout my IT job, I was looking for something to be easy (for starting) and that can let me have fun and learn something extra.
To make the learning memorable, I am always diving into the matter so following my habit in PW too, I decided to pick up a more complex HTML theme and make it dynamic using PW.
Am I a programmer - well, I can read and eventually modify some code, but to write it from scratch - not anywhere close. Am I an HTML guru - not exactly, and that is why I decided to grab a theme I like and play with it. My only requirement was to have a well written and fully validated responsive theme. So I found THIS ONE and plan to work with it (already purchased to support the developer).
I am planning to share my approaches and the progress so would appreciate any shared thoughts, advice, and even some criticism if you see me getting into a wrong direction. Having done most of the project under ModX it should not be that difficult for me to have all the bits and pieces in place. Where I am not sure yet how that would be done are the pull up of the latest posts/comments, the categories with listings, search, and some other stuff. What I found great in PW was the fact that it already has a fully working theme that I can dissect, read through a zooming glass and take some code from there.
My first question is - which way should I go for the repetitive pieces of code (chunks) - should I create an include folder in site/templates and put all my pieces as XXXX.inc or I should just add those in the database as templates with no file assigned to them and set as not searchable etc. I would appreciate if you share your best experience and give some info why that is the better option so that I can understand the approach and turn it into a proper habit.
Once I have this cleared out, I would start documenting the process so any corrections or better approaches can be suggested.
Wish me luck on that journey and let's make it happen together. Shall we?