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currently Iam working on a website for one of my clients and I need some advice on how to approach this in PW.
The website is for a company, that offers holiday houses in two locations.
The client wants the homepage to show the first location. Normally I just have a home template for the first page, but here the URL should reflect that you are in Location 1. So when you visit the URL casamani.com it should redirect to casamani.com/location-1. Not sure if this makes sense at all.
Whould it be bad for SEO and performance reasons to redirect home to the Location-1 page?
Another approach would be to render the Location-1 template on the home template or do an include like discussed here.
Here is how the tree looks:
– Location 1 (Homepage)
– Location 2
Thanks for looking into this!
By Kiwi Chris
I need to restrict editing access based on both the user role, and the value of a sub-field in a page reference field.
There's some discussion about restricting editing access based on role, and that works, but when I try to access the page via the method @Robin S suggests, the page returned is an admin page rather than the page being edited, so I don't have access to the edited page's fields.
addHookBefore('Session::redirect', ...) not working if template-settings-based PW redirects are usedBy theoretic
Hi guys and ladies! And thanks for Processwire!
It appears i've got an interesting issue concerning the template-settings-based PW redirects dealing with access control. Any PW template has some access control options i.e. "Login redirect URL or page ID to render". If this option is used for a page having a template with this option filled, a redirect will occur if user is not logged in and/or has insufficient access rights.
I like to hook PW events. In one of my current projects i decided to write an addHookBefore('Session::redirect', ...) which should store the page we are being redirected from. With "regular" redirects like $session->redirect('/somewhere/') this hook works like a charm. But it was strange to see that it doesn't work with the template-settings-based redirect.
I'm too dumb to dive deep inside PW and to examine the whole PW session mechanism. But it could be rather logical if ANY redirect ( no matter template-settings-based or using $session->redirect() ) could be hooked in the same manner.
Okay okay i can forget about template-settings-based redirect and write my own. Just a couple of lines of code, and it works. But it's less elegant than hooking the template-settings-based redirects.
So am i missing something? It this behavior a bug, or is it intended by PW team? Thanks in advance for any comment!
so i am trying to put CustomHooksForVariations.module, a custom module, i am placing it into site/modules direcotry yet my modules page in admin panel gives me errors
so this is the screen show when i refresh modules, i dont know why the shole hook is written on top of the page :||
and this next image is when i try to install it, i saw that it is not defiuned modules.php but it shouldnt need to be ?, any ways i dont want to edit site's core just to make one moulde work there has to be a way