[SOLVED] How to make external links nofollow and target _blank by default if using source code toggle in editor?
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Pleased to meet you,my name is Csaba and I'm from Hungary.
I've just installed processwire to more places.
I created new parent and children pages.
The children page links are not displayed on the right side of the parent pages.
The sample About page is ok, Child page example 1 and Child page example 2 links are visible and live.
But my child pages are not displayed on the parent pages.
Is it possible in the ProcessPageEditLink to define multiple classes as a group. I've tried to add more the one class to a line but this breaks things. Only single classes on a line seem to work. Using a css framework like Bootstrap it would be good to be able to create a class check box for example for the combined classes: btn btn-success btn-sm.
I have a problem with a member site where I put a link in CKEditor field thatshould go to a users profile page. The profile page is a site with one urlSegment, that contains the name of the user from the admin.
The structure looks like this:
-profiles --username (urlSegment) -some page (CKEditor field with a link to /profiles/username) -admin (PW admin area) --users ---username (user profile) So "some page" has a CKEditor field with a link to a profile page. Now the problem is, that this link source is always changed to the admin path and not the profiles (with urlSegment). A guest user can not look into this. Can this be deactivated, or is it wanted to work like this?
My solution now is to create an additional page under "profiles" that is linked by a pagefield in the user profile. So a Link will always link to the "real" page under "profiles". Could there be a easier solution than creating an extra page as there is already one under admin but still let the links in CKEditor untouched?
Hello Fellow forum members.
I wanted to share two links to a guide and a cheatsheet concerning Crontab and Cronjobs.
This is a result of me doing some research in how Cronjobs work and how to use it and i thought i share for other beginners use.
So the guide that got me started and is a good reference is:
A Comprehensive Crash Course Into Cronjobs (sitepoint)
And also i found this sort of cheatsheet and database of cronjob configurations handy:
Corntab - the Crontab GUI
I hope these tips can help any beginners like myself get up and running with cronjobs.
I’m searching for a proper solution for the following problem:
My client has a lot of pages with internal links. We do not use CK Editor but a standard textarea with Markdown and some Hanna Code. We even have a Hanna Code for internal links, like so
[[link id="42" text="Some internal page"]] Anyway. My client does not want to have broken internal links, so he asked me either
"Before I delete a page, it would be nice to know if this page is linked from any other page within the system." or
"Is there a link checker/crawler module, which detects broken internal links in and which I can fire up globally in the admin" Has anyone similiar problems? How would you solve this?