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By Peter Knight
I have a list of pages all based on the same template but I want to exclude 2 by page ID
$expertises = $pages->find("template=case-type, sort=sort"); foreach ($expertises as $expertise); I know I could change their template or add an exclude checkbox to the template etc
Wondering if there is a page=not(4989,9877) type of thing in the API to exclude pages by ID?
I can't find anything in the API docs but think I may be searching for the wrong phrase.
I love nice urls - but I also recognize that they are not always needed nor desired due to the additional steps in page creation.
Page ID Page ID is a per-template auto-incrementing number. No. series might be added on a per-template basis (to be configured by webmaster). Page url Replace the full page url with an ID (as an optional configuration). Page url might then change to something like: www.example.com/page/1234 Editing (Page Tree is much less important in this scenario.) Like Drupal's Node IDs (nid).
Why this change? Name may reveal confidential info. Name may not matter on certain templates. Page creation is no longer a two-step process; much like adding a row in MySQL.
Benefit: This change will make it easier to use ProcessWire for other purposes than websites ("Oh - so ProcessWire is also a finance system!").
i'm running into a funny little issue
i'm working on a multilingual website, default is English, second language French
in this website i've a form for visitors to submit an event, title, date and so on, when they submit the event, it's stored into a personnal db table
i've created a module in the admin where admins (well, of course 🙂 ) can't validate or delete the submitted events, thanks to pw, it works like breeze except for one little thing 🙂
when an admin validate an event, i use the pw api to create a page and fill all the new page fields, among which
$p = new Page(); $p->of(false); .... $p->title = $titre; $titre being the title of the event submitted and retreived from the database
the thing is that depending of the language of the admin it fills the title in English/the default language or in French if the admin language is French and what i'm looking for is to always fill the default language title whatever the admin language is, guess, to take advantage of the auto filling of other languages when the default one is filled
Funny enough i've solved the opposite problem with a multilingual select form field, using
$filters = $fieldtypes->get('FieldtypeOptions')->getOptions('filtres'); foreach($filters as $f): ... echo $f->title; // it always echo the default language option title // using this echo $liso == 'fr' ? $f->title1019 : $f->title; // i've got the right select options titles displayed in the select // of course, $liso is defined in the _init.php $langid = $user->language->id; $langiso = array(1017 => 'en', 1019 => 'fr'); $liso = $langiso[$langid]; in case anybody has an idea about this page creation 🙂
i keep searching
have a nice day
first of all, as it's my first post here, thanks so much for this incredible CMS, thanks for all my question i've found answers here without even asking them and, of course, i can't say thanks enough to Ryan incredible job...
i'm currently working on a bilingual website (pw 3.0.165 php 7.2), funny enough (i'm french), this time default language is english and the second one french but i think that doesn't matter...
this website stores events and i have an page having itself all the events as hidden chidren pages, template for an event is... un_event with many fields, some of them bilingual
as i'm supposed to display the number of events available on all the pages at different places ("see the xx events" with a link to the event page) in my _init.php file i've set a count of the one_event pages and this is where the funny thing is
$nevents = $pages->count('template=un_event, include=hidden'); // in the default language see the <?php echo $nevents; ?> language works fine // in french $nevents is 0 $nevents = $pages->count('template=un_event, include=all'); // works fine in both languages but implies that even unpublished pages would be taken in account just to be complete, same behaviour with count($pages->get(1032)->children) count($pages->find('template=un_event, include=hidden')) and so on, in english, correct number as the result, in french 0
as a test, wondering if it was the fact that this was in the _init.php file, same thing if i use the same code on top of a page (all my files have the namespace processwire statement on top, i'm essentially a php guy 🙂)
other test, i've done the same thing but setting all the one_event pages as visible (not hidden), same result
is there something i haven't undestood or have forgotten with this all/hidden option when it comes to multilingual websites? probably 🙂
have a nice day