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Does anyone know whether the is a place detailing the structure your admin theme should take when creating one? e.g. I see UiKit, Reno and Default admin themes all have default.php, init.php, controller.php files, is this a stylisitic choice or a prerequisite for any admin theme module?
I am sorry, I guess this is a damn stupid beginner question but:
I got a damn good looking html theme - no pw theme!
It´s using basic html, css, sass, etc.
Now, I´m wondering how I can transform this into the processwire structure.
Is there any guide? Haven´t found any yet ...
Would be so kind if you can help me !
Hello. Sorry in advance for the super basic question, from a total begginer:
-when I want to create a new template in the admin, I have to create firstly a ''new.php'' page in the site/template folder.
-Is it possible to do the same in an ''_new-include-some-page.php'' in the site/template/include folder?
I was thinking to a solution: removing the Include folder, and put all the .php pages in the template folder.
But, I am sure I am missing something, and other solutions exist.
Thank you for your time.
I wasn't quite sure where to post this, as this is a question regarding the module (sorry if it is in the wrong place). I was wondering if anyone has used the Email to Page module and figured out a way to "move" incoming css to another field, or how to render the css so the message just renders utilizing the css.
Right now all of the message contents get dropped into a textarea field and display in a template as a jumbled mess. Perhaps I am missing a formatting option in the text area field to render the css and html.
I wish to access a template's allowed templates for it's children from the API. This one:
I am pretty sure this is possible, but I can't seem to find it anywhere in the documentation. If this is not possible, is there some way of assigning properties to templates? So like fields that already have a value on all pages using that template.