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So I ran into a very strange issue today. I have a template with a pagetable and I went to add an item to it, when I went to select an image (for an image field) the page instantly threw up an error
"ProcessPageSearchLive: No search specified"
The page's content also switched to the image attached. This all worked perfectly last week (local mamp box). Has anyone experienced this before, and how did you solve it?
I have a repeater with some images in it.
As Superuser I can work with the Actions (rotate...). But my Users with lower Rights can't use this Actions.
The same User can use the Actions on images outsite a Repeter-Field. So I think it's not a Problem of Rights-Management but from Images in Repeater Fields.
ProcessWire 3.0.164. Bug? Or can I manage this in the settings?
Thanks in advance
Is there a way for us to replicate the "http://mydomain.com/processwire/page/edit/?id=xxx" and change the template to match my site template?
I'm terribly happy with the admin / backend page edit. It covers literaly everything I want to empower my non super admin user in updating pages such as validation, repeater management, file upload.
I wish not to allow the users to see the backend for both security and aesthetic reasons.
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
This module attaches a search input to selected image fields that lets you search and download images from Unsplash.
(Unsplash is a stock photo service where you can download images for free and use as you wish. No strings attached.)
You can search by string, colors, orientation/crop and order by relevance or time published
I find Unsplash useful both for placeholder images when building sites but also as a time saver for editors if they don’t have any images at hand, just search, download and publish.
Thanks to @apeisa for building the FlickrInputField Module and @Robin S for AddImageUrls, took a lot ideas and code from those modules.
We have created a module to create BlurHash strings for images while uploading in ProcessWire. This blurry images will be saved in the database because they are very small (20-30 characters) and can be used for Data-URL's as placeholders for image-lazy loading.
E.g. where we use this in production:
https://www.blue-tomato.com/en-INT/blue-world/ https://www.blue-tomato.com/en-INT/blue-world/products/girls-are-awesome/ https://www.blue-tomato.com/en-INT/buyers-guides/skateboard/skateboard-decks/ https://www.blue-tomato.com/en-INT/team/anna-gasser/