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The Architekturforum Freiburg sees itself as a regional platform for information and exchange about architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture and building culture. On the website you can register for events, view presentations or become a member.
The website uses UIkit as framework and Workbox for the PWA.
Dynamic primary color Structured data
Dynamic primary color
The events are grouped in programs and every program can have its own color. For this I used the awesome module Color. I defined a fixed color palette, so that no ugly colors could be selected and I worked for the first time with CSS variables. With CSS variables you are more flexible than with f.e. SCSS variables and can change the primary color for the whole website on the fly. This is used on the detail page of events with a different primary color.
It was important for me to provide the correct structured data for the events. Since the pandemic they have been enhanced for online, offline and mixed events.
Repeater Matrix Form Builder Functional Fields Map Marker ProCache Upgrades TOTP two-factor authentication Tracy Debugger Color Sitemap Email Obfuscation (EMO)
This is a minimalistic website for the german architecture office Weissenrieder Architekten BDA. The front-end uses UIkit 2 and Isotope for the projects overview. Every project category can be accessed in the overview with an URL segment. ProFields Table was used for the project detail view.
AdminThemeUIkit Table ProCache Markup Sitemap XML Email Obfuscation (EMO) Jumplinks Tracy Debugger Regards, Andreas
Just launched a new project called Fabricius:
Fabricius is a new building thats being built in Hamburg (Germany), that offers modern living comfort in a green environment.
I developed the whole brand strategy and visual identity for the website and some printing materials.
The logo mark is derived from the silhouette of the building, which is surrounded by trees (circular shapes) and green areas.
More details here
The website is build with PW 3.0 and uses Modules like Map Marker, Pages2PDF (to generate the apartment exposes) and MarkupSrcSet.
Thanks for the awesome support here and the development of PW and the modules!!
Note - I've not set this up, I'm not experienced, I'm probably omitting much
relevant information as a result so this post will be a bit of a work in
progress. The answer may be on the forum here - If it is I can't tell for lack
of experience (I've looked).
I cannot for the life of me get an install to work and I've tried a lot, and
I've asked others who're also struggling but I'll try posting here before
another CMS as I've heard it's nice.
Info about the server : https://gist.github.com/65086fbc7b5dd03abd0f0461b9c0ec8b
I'm using the `stable` version of Processwire.
My `htaccess` file is working - you can test here http://rightangle.space/ and
click on the admin page to see the internal server error.
Here is the htaccess file https://gist.github.com/3b805b8ab3c7978aca90a6e39773da00
Here is the /etc/apache2/apache2.conf file https://gist.github.com/2b2f2518ce7df4af4739413bc967cf56
Here is the /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf file https://gist.github.com/400cc958ff32dfb6df80693fd8531f08
Here's the output of tree -fa /var/www/ https://gist.github.com/a3569becd9889b4b05c4f0d0a8a561d7
I have a friend who uses Silverstripe, and he was telling me about the Data Objects and the ORM it uses, for things like "has many", "one to one", "one to many" relations etc.
Maybe i'm not thinking about things correctly, but in the Processwire world, would a Page essentially be a data object?
Just want to get my head around how to think about structuring a web application in Processwire.
I'm familiar with traditional MVC (rails, code igniter) based structures.
The API may already enable this kind of functionality, but i was wondering if not, would Processwire ever get an ORM? or can an ORM be bolted onto Processwire?
If anyone could help me figure this out that'd be great.