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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.
The Module Blog for ProcessWire replicates and extends the popular Blog Profile.
Blog is now in version 2.
Please read the README in the Github link below in its entirety before using this module
As of 20 December 2017 ProcessWire versions earlier than 3.x are not supported
Blog Documentation is here (Work in Progress!)
See this post for new features in version 2 or the readme in GitHub.
To upgrade from version 1, see these instructions.
Most of the text below refers to Blog version 1 (left here for posterity).
Blog version 1 consists of two modules:
ProcessBlog: Manage Blog in the backend/Admin.
MarkupBlog: Display Blog in the frontend.
Being a module, Blog can be installed in both fresh and existing sites. Note, however, that presently, ProcessBlog is not compatible with existing installs of the Blog Profile. This is because of various structural and naming differences in respect of Fields, Templates, Template Files and Pages. If there is demand for such compatibility, I will code a separate version for managing Blog Profile installs.
In order to use the 'Recent Tweets Widget', you will need to separately install and setup the module 'MarkupTwitterFeed'.
Please read the README in the Github link below in its entirety before using this module (especially the bit about the Pages, etc. created by the module).
I'll appreciate Beta testers, thanks! Stable release works fine.
Modules Directory: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/process-blog/
You can also install from right within your ProcessWire install.
Screenshots (Blog version 1)
The Alpha Testers and 'Critics'
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 ...
I am trying to style the comments form (and comments list) to match the rest of the site. I know that it's possible to edit the CSS file for the comments module, but I would rather add my existing classes to the fields, instead of making another css file containing the same CSS styling.
I use the following to render the form: $page->comments->renderForm();
Is there an easy way to add the CSS classed to the fields?
I'm in the process of finalising a pw 3.0.62 and uikit3 based site which using the Reglar-Master profile and I've noticed pagination is missing despite the Allow Page Numbers? setting being enabled under the blog template URLs tab.
The default blog.php template is as below:
<div id='content'> <?php echo ukHeading1(page()->title, 'divider'); $posts = page()->children('limit=10'); echo ukBlogPosts($posts); ?> </div> Reducing the limit as follows does not result in any pagination being displayed despite there being 10 news posts.
... $posts = page()->children('limit=6'); ... If I have understood correctly, it should not be necessary to add the MarkupPagerNav module to this profile as the capability should already be already built-in.
If that is the case, then I can only think that some additional code is required.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.