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This profile can be used as a simple business card or blog.
The profile does not use any framework css structure, only styles based on CSS GRID and FLEX.
To minimize page loading, I added lazy load for images ( Tupola Lazy Load ).
With include functions like:
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By Antonio Iorio
Hi guys, as I would need your support. I state to be a beginner and I met the application the day before yesterday for the first time.
I'm creating a manga reading site using wiremanga and I need to know how I can incorporate altervista advertising. (this is my site if you could serve http://dgtread.altervista.org/)
I have also modified some elements of both the .css and php files but despite saving they are not updated.
Hello All ... I just added a new Site Profile ...
It is important that you use the latest version that supports the new Fields => Fieldset in Tab , Fieldset ( Page ) for this time it is version 3.0.83 DEV
A simple profile for quick start new Page ... There are several pages like About Us, Blog, Portfolio, Contact Page ...
The profile is not based on any framework, I just used some css, flexbox, grid, font awesome, and added a simple FlexBox Grid called GRIDLEX ...
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In addition, I added 2 great modules:
I would like every new Site Profile like new REGULAR Profile to have modern support for quick creation like browser sync, minify css, js . Something on the style below:
One profile that does not have any CSS frontend attached but has the features needed to quickly add eg pagination, comment form, or site menu something like:
I'm not very godd with js but webpack.js meybe is good for this solution ... I would like to know what advanced users in the front end think about this combination and what would be the best ...
By Peter Knight
Playing around with the UIKit theme this morning and tweaking it.
It's called UIKit Classic and it's a nod to the Classic theme.
For me the Classic theme always sticks in my mind as being most definitively Processwire-ey because
It was my fist intro to PW I thought the colours were quite unique and like the mix of blue, pink and green. They're very distinctive and I'd hate for PW to look like just another WP install. In a crowded CMS marketplace I think it's good to differentiate visually. The two screengrabs are just the same screen. A before and an after.
I put this together using the Chrome the web inspect tool so there's no fancy mixins or LESS etc. Actually there's not even any CSS now that I've refreshed the page.
I do think there needs to be a detailed comprehensive through tutorial for people wishing to make their own themes. Probably 85% here don't need it and understand the directory structure and how it's all compiled but equally I think there's another 15% here with the design skills but not the tech chops to get this done. If we want designers to design themes then we need the process with screengrabs, list of software (I have CodeKit, Dreamweaver, Sublime etc).
Anywho - just my 2€ worth
The before shot below...