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hi there everybody,
I'm new to Processwire and I'm trying to figure out how things can be done. First of all i'm no developer so i have some difficulties with php and coding at all.
So I tried to put some sections on the home page of the website I am going to create. The point is that i'm unsure if this is the way to go. Maybe there is an easier way or something completely different. I would like to do this without any plugins or some kind of stuff.
How can i limit the amount of columns if i do it this way? ( a 3 column section can have only 3 columns right? )
And Yes i did read the tutorials.
How do you guys do this?
For a better understanding I have included some pictures.
Looking for a little help with working with the depth feature on the Repeater Matrix. I am working on building a page builder similar to the one discussed here: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire/issues/1906.
I am having a hard time looping over the Repeater Matrix and each item at each depth and combining them into a single array to present to the UI. The reason I am trying to push this to an array is because I am converting it to JSON for various Vuejs components that need to be supported.
The structure of the "Builder" is:
section: depth 0 - has various options that can be applied to a section of page( background image/color etc...) container: depth 1 row: depth 2 column: depth 3 - has various options for different widths for the column being set up. custom components: depth 4 - CKEditor, slider, whatever custom component that is needed Hopefully I am making sense explaining this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Everyone! I'm glad to show you guys my first Processwire project: http://www.ihera.com.br/
I'd like to thank Ryan again for this amazing tool! I've never done such a tailor made CMS (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, CMS - I've been there) that's so easy to use that my client didn't need more than 10 minutes of "training" and is super happy about the outcome and the ease of maintaining it. Simple, amazing and beautiful.
Best of all: the code is clean and since you code the templates from scratch, you know exactly what is what and speed and great clean markup is an obvious result of it...
Let me know what you think!
Tks a lot!