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I've noticed that, when creating new users for clients, the chosen admin theme is not saved. For example, I create a new user select Reno or UIKit as the theme at point of creation and save. When logging in that user for the first time the admin theme is back to default. Changing it again and saving corrects this.
Anyone else noticed this or is it a known bug at the moment?
CMS V 3.0.156.
By Greg Lumley
Hi! I've just discovered Processwire and I'm absolutely loving how clean it is. Especially with the full control over what it outputs.
Excuse me if this is a really stupid question.
What happens if a user wants to insert multiple images into the blog field? In other words Shift+Click all the images attached to a specific page in and insert. It seems I can insert one at a time but not multiple.
Based on the above, I want to rebuild my website. I'm a photographer (ex php dev 2004) and plan also to target websites at other photographers. So inserting multiple images into blog posts is a key part. I'd like to output that to something like UIkit or some kind of Masonry Gallery script. Any thoughts would be fantastic please.
I'm an ex PHP developer now photographer, now thanks to Corona and not photo work, a rusty PHP developer 😁
this maybe a simple question, but it bothers me for a while now:
There used to be a warning, if two or more user try to edit the same page. But ever since AdminThemeUIkit I haven't seen it any more.
Is this a bug or are there special circumstances under which the warning will be displayed?
If I am logged-in in the same browser with one default and one privat window, I don't see this warning. But also different browsers on different machines in the same network don't see this warning.
I was looking for the blog post on which this feature was announced, but couldn't find it anymore.
We had the case, that two people were writing a text for the same page, but after person A saved the page first, the text of the person B was lost. I know we could have used ProDrafts for this case, but it shouldn't happen in the first place.
I would appreciate some feedback. 😀
I have a website that allows users to create their personal "website" (a page with sub-pages).
Users shall be able to:
Log in (frontend and/or admin), Edit "their" page(s) - I am using the "Page Edit Per User"-module (https://modules.processwire.com/modules/page-edit-per-user/) to grant access to the relevant pages Create child pages - possible? Users shall not be able to see other pages in the admin interface - "Admin Restrict Page Tree" may do the trick (https://modules.processwire.com/modules/admin-restrict-page-tree/)? Frontend editing shall be possible - I am considering "Fredi" (https://modules.processwire.com/modules/fredi/) for this. The challenge is that it takes a lot of modules and configuration.
Is there a way to set this up that doesn't require a lot of configuration for each new user?
I as have been a bit confused for some time about how the "Markup Regions" functionality in Processwire worked.
But i have know read a bit more and think that i am getting to grips with it. And Markup Regions is going to be huge.
To aid me in understanding Markup Regions better i started to read the Source code for the new "Regular" theme in conjunction with the Blog about the markup regions.
It helped me a great deal to understand the basics and more fine details of it.
A tip is to open both links and use the Source code of the "Regular" theme while reading the blog post.
The Source code:
The Blog post:
I hope this could help others starting out with markup regions.
Just take it slow and read it a couple a times and soon you will see the greatness of markup regions.