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I have been debugging a site for the last 2 hours and cannot solve the issue.
I have a site running on 3.0.148.
I installed the Kongondo Blog module and was updating the templates to include the website style.
Once everything was set and done, I checked the page tree to see an error appear.
Template must be assigned a name before 'filename' can be accessed
The same error appears in templates.
I checked the templates in the server to ensure I didnt accidentally delete the namespace. Deleted cache in browser and server under assets Still no go.
Any help is appreciated.
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?
By Robin S
Allows non-superusers to trash pages directly from Page List (if they have page-delete permission for that page).
Not much to say really - the module adds a "Trash" option to the extra actions for pages in Page List. It looks and works just like the Trash action available to superusers.
Up to you whether you think non-superusers should be trusted with simpler trashing. For most cases I like the default behaviour where editors have to jump through some more hoops - I want them to think carefully about what they are doing. But if an editor needs to trash several pages then this module might reduce frustration.
@tpr, by now you can probably predict what I'm going to say...
...something to merge into AdminOnSteroids?
I just finished working on a website for a client.
To restrict the use of PW for the client (so he can't brake the website), I created a new User and asigned some permissions.
The problem is, that the link to the page tree is missing, when I login with the new user (see screenshot).
Only the "Add New" shortcut works.
When Iam logged in as admin, everything works fine.
I never had this problem before. Iam using PW 3.0.25
By Jason Huck
When logged into the admin as the superuser, the 404 page appears in the page tree per usual. When logged in as a "site administrator" (a custom role), the 404 page is missing. The 404 page uses the basic-page template and hasn't been edited or altered in any way. Under "who can access this page", it shows the expected permissions (site administrators can definitely edit basic pages), and in fact, if a site administrator navigates directly to the edit screen for the page, it works fine. So it's not a permissions issue per se, it just doesn't show up in the page tree for users in that role. It is a multilingual site, and English is not the default language, in case that's relevant. Any thoughts?