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On 24/06/2016 at 1:08 PM, Robin S said:

I'd be keen to hear if there is a better way to get pages into a PageArray while maintaining a given order of page IDs.

Maybe $pages->getById() is the way to go.

$my_pages = $pages->getById([1086,1021,1053,1018]);

 

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It's occurred to me that adding to this existing thread might have been the better option for seeking a solution to my problem.

I've already created a new thread so I wonder if it's ok to post a link to it here in case anyone who might know the answer will be more likely to see it here...

 

 

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1 hour ago, spacemonkey95 said:

It's occurred to me that adding to this existing thread might have been the better option for seeking a solution to my problem.

I think there might be still better places to ask. :)

Table is a Pro field with it's own dedicated support sub-forum.

And the feature you are describing is not a feature of Hanna Code but rather a feature of the Hanna Code Helper module.

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Hi all,

I'm struggling with a problem which is more a PHP issue than one of Hanna Code.

<?php
?>
<audio controls>
	<source src='<?= $audiofile?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
</audio>

This little HC  works fine when used in a textarea/CKEditor field like this:

[[audio file="/site/assets/files/1234/foo.mp3"]]

Now I wanted to make it flexible and enable the editor user to insert the path to any mp3 file (stored on some page in a field "mp3" of type File, allowed file extension mp3). 

In the HC Attributes I set a default value for $file, defining   file=LINK . Now the editor, inserting the HC using the HannaCodeHelper Module, gets

[[audio file="LINK"]]

The aimed workflow for the editor user was: Double click on LINK to mark it and using the Link button of the CKEditor to choose the wanted file from the wanted page. Obviously, the value created by CKE had to undergo some treatment.

Of course it's a link from which I had to extract the value of the href attribute (here  /site/assets/files/1122/bar.mp3) , but because of the double quotes from   [[audio file="LINK"]]  it would become

"<a href="/site/assets/files/1234/foo.mp3">"

where the second  "  would terminate the string. I tried string functions str_replace(), strstr() etc. but to no avail.
Perhaps I could have used Javascript, but I wanted to find a PHP solution.

Could anyone help on that?

 

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@ottogal

An easy solution would be to change...

[[audio file="LINK"]]

...to...

[[audio file='LINK']]

If you want Hanna Code Helper to insert single quotes around attributes I think you'll have to modify the module code. Change line 124 to:

$attrs .= " $attrName='$attrValue'";

You can use SimpleXML in your Hanna Code to get the href from the link:

$a = new SimpleXMLElement($file);
$path = $a['href']->__toString();

 

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@Robin S

15 hours ago, Robin S said:

If you want Hanna Code Helper to insert single quotes around attributes I think you'll have to modify the module code. Change line 124 to:


$attrs .= " $attrName='$attrValue'";

Good find, thank you!

After this change even my simple use of the function strstr() works -  to crop the string on both ends, setting free the href attribute value:

<?php
$f = (string) $file;
$f = strstr($f,'/site');
$audiofile = strstr($f,'">',true);
?>
<audio controls>
	<source src='<?= $audiofile?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
</audio>

Your second hint to use SimpleXMLElement() of course is a cleaner way to do it:

<?php
$a = new SimpleXMLElement($file);
$audiofile = $a['href']->__toString();
?>
<audio controls>
	<source src='<?= $audiofile?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
</audio>

Didn't know this class before - so again I learnt something new. Thanks a lot again!

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Good day.
I really liked the Hana Code Insert plugin. But I was faced with the following problem. In WordPress platform there are 5 roles: Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor, Subscriber.
I want only the Administrator could work with this plugin.
How to limit access to this plugin for role Contributor ?
Sorry, for my bad English.

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1 minute ago, Sergey Voronov said:

Good day.
I really liked the Hana Code Insert plugin. But I was faced with the following problem. In WordPress platform there are 5 roles: Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor, Subscriber.
I want only the Administrator could work with this plugin.
How to limit access to this plugin for role Contributor ?
Sorry, for my bad English.

Check out the hanna specific permissions and only assign them to the contributor role.

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4 minutes ago, Sergey Voronov said:

If I understand correctly, you need to edit the code in the plugin ?

No - just go to your PW Access > Roles menu and assign the relevant hanna permissions to the appropriate roles.

I just re-read your question and see that you actually only want the codes editable  by the administrator role. By this do you mean the PW superuser role? By default, only the superuser should be able to view/edit hanna codes.

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Just now, Sergey Voronov said:

I have installed wordpress version 4.5.3.
Please tell me where I need to go and what to do?
Please explain the steps
Or show a screenshot

I think you're in the wrong place - this is the support forum for ProcessWire, not Wordpress!

ProcessWire also has a hanna code plugin - I think that is your confusion, but since you are here, maybe you should stay :)

 

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On 6/24/2016 at 3:08 AM, Robin S said:

I'd be keen to hear if there is a better way to get pages into a PageArray while maintaining a given order of page IDs.

Probably not:

 

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7 hours ago, szabesz said:
On 24/06/2016 at 1:08 PM, Robin S said:

I'd be keen to hear if there is a better way to get pages into a PageArray while maintaining a given order of page IDs.

Probably not:

I answered my own question in the next post:

On 26/06/2016 at 8:09 PM, Robin S said:

Maybe $pages->getById() is the way to go.


$my_pages = $pages->getById([1086,1021,1053,1018]);

The situation @Wanze replied to is a little different - not an order of page IDs but an order of values to match a field against.

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I like this module, I used similar plugin in Wordpress before I switched to PW, so I was happy to find it.

Regarding the code editor, a helper module would be very useful which could save and reload the scrolling and cursor position when saving the code, so I could continue the editing where I left it.
I'm not sure where, but I found something similar, but I don!t remember exactly. I tried to search in Google again and in this forum also, but no success. Maybe it was a different editor ...

Can anyone suggest a solution?
Thanks!

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1 minute ago, Battman said:

Regarding the code editor, a helper module would be very useful which could save and reload the scrolling and cursor position when saving the code, so I could continue the editing where I left it.
I'm not sure where, but I found something similar, but I don!t remember exactly. I tried to search in Google again and in this forum also, but no success. Maybe it was a different editor ...

I use that technique in the Console Panel of the TracyDebugger module - it's pretty easy to implement by storing the current position in LocalStorage or cookie. Perhaps you could send Ryan a PR with the added functionality?

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3 hours ago, adrian said:

I use that technique in the Console Panel of the TracyDebugger module - it's pretty easy to implement by storing the current position in LocalStorage or cookie.

I checked TracyDebugger and I like it, thanks for the suggestion!
As I see, it uses Ace editor also, so your solution can be implemented in the Hanna code modul too. Can you give me more details, how you did that?

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5 minutes ago, Battman said:

I checked TracyDebugger and I like it, thanks for the suggestion!
As I see, it uses Ace editor also, so your solution can be implemented in the Hanna code modul too. Can you give me more details, how you did that?

Save position:

https://github.com/adrianbj/TracyDebugger/blob/865a669a3ddfc0e528413452235e8aefe50e332e/ConsolePanel.inc#L95-L107

Restore position:

https://github.com/adrianbj/TracyDebugger/blob/865a669a3ddfc0e528413452235e8aefe50e332e/ConsolePanel.inc#L540-L545

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44 minutes ago, adrian said:

Thanks! I dig into Hanna code modul to see, how difficult would be to implement this storage ...

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Hi all,

distracted for a while by other (bigger) problems, I now came back to the situation discussed here in this thread in october:

On 27.10.2016 at 3:01 PM, ottogal said:

@Robin S

Good find, thank you!

After this change even my simple use of the function strstr() works -  to crop the string on both ends, setting free the href attribute value:


<?php
$f = (string) $file;
$f = strstr($f,'/site');
$audiofile = strstr($f,'">',true);
?>
<audio controls>
	<source src='<?= $audiofile?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
</audio>

Your second hint to use SimpleXMLElement() of course is a cleaner way to do it:


<?php
$a = new SimpleXMLElement($file);
$audiofile = $a['href']->__toString();
?>
<audio controls>
	<source src='<?= $audiofile?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
</audio>

 

For my Hanna Code call    [[mp3 audio='LINK']]    now I have this Hanna Code (mp3.php):  (and all works fine - :) )

<?php
$a = new SimpleXMLElement($audio);
$pagelink = $a['href']->__toString();
$pagename = basename($pagelink);
$ap = $pages->get("template=audio,parent=audiopool,name=$pagename");
$link = $ap->mp3->url;
?>
	<div class='block'>
		<audio  controls width='400'>
			<source src='<?= $link ?>' type='audio/mp3'> 
		</audio>
	</div>
	<p><?= $pagename ?></p>

But when I open the Hanna Code in the editor and click the button "Save & Test", I get the following messages:

Quote

Warning: SimpleXMLElement::__construct() [simplexmlelement.--construct]: Entity: line 1: parser error : Start tag expected, '<' not found in ....../site/assets/cache/HannaCode/mp3.php on line 4

Warning: SimpleXMLElement::__construct() [simplexmlelement.--construct]: LINK in ....../site/assets/cache/HannaCode/mp3.php on line 4

Warning: SimpleXMLElement::__construct() [simplexmlelement.--construct]: ^ in ....../site/assets/cache/HannaCode/mp3.php on line 4


ProcessWire: ProcessHannaCode: String could not be parsed as XML
......

The line number refers to the file  ....../site/assets/cache/HannaCode/mp3.php where  the line

Quote

if(!defined("PROCESSWIRE")) die("no direct access");

and a blank line are prepended - so  the line in question is, of course: 

Quote

$a = new SimpleXMLElement($audio);

What is wrong with the code, and how can I get rid of these Warnings?

Thankful for some clarification:

ottogal

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1 hour ago, ottogal said:

But when I open the Hanna Code in the editor and click the button "Save & Test", I get the following messages:

I think that's because when you use your Hanna tag in CKEditor your audio attribute is (or should be) valid link markup, e.g. <a href="/some/url/">LINK</a>

But in the Hanna Code test tab the attribute is not a valid link but simply the string "LINK" which cannot be parsed by SimpleXML. So probably nothing to worry about, but if the error message is a concern you can do some simple check to see if the attribute looks like it will be a link. For example, at the top of your Hanna code:

if(substr($audio, 0, 2) !== '<a') return;

 

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