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By angelo, italy
I've always used WP but I want to swtich to PW. I'm not sure ....
I'd like to know if it's possible to create a website for an online photo contest.
The participants of the competition could create their own account, in which they upload their photos. The photos uploaded remain visible only to themselves and the judges.
From their account they can make the "entrance fee" payment.
The judges of the competition can create their own account... entering they see the photos of the participants and vote photos
At the main page I imagine the title of the competition, a button to read the regulation, and a button to register.
The website should be in Italian and English.
S. Siedle & Söhne Telefon- und Telegrafenwerke OHG is one of the leading manufacturers of building communications technology in Germany and Europe. For a company of this size it is important to have a solid brand communication. For this reason our agency designconcepts developed a portal where the employees of the company as well as others who work with or have interest in their brand can find everything that is important for the brand Siedle.
The website introduces the brand, provides informations for different topics (for example logos, typography, colors etc.) and has a large Media-Center with images, videos and documents. The website was build with the framework UIkit.
Repeater Matrix Protected Content Media-Center Cart Auotcomplete Search
The information pages are build with a Repeater Matrix field and have a two columns layout. To be even more flexible, a section is a content element containing two Repeater Matrix fields for each column. This maybe sound crazy at first but was no problem and made complex layouts possible. 😀
Not all of the informations are meant for guests, so we made it possible to protect each page, section and content element with a checkbox. If this checkbox is checked, the content will only be visible for logged-in users.
The core of the brand portal is the Media-Center. The Media-Center is actually a mirror of a separate digital assets management database where the client can manage images, videos and documents with a nice interface in a protected environment.
All new assets will be synced via a shell script containing PHP and curl commands calling the API of the database. This script will be executed every 15 minutes via cron job. This way all of the assets are saved as pages in ProcessWire and we can expand them with our own logic and fields. Also for the unlikely case that the database is not available, the Media-Center would still work.
Inside the Media-Center you can add assets to your cart. This cart is for downloading selected assets or sharing them with others. A cart will be accessible for 30 days.
Admin Custom Files Continents and Countries Email Obfuscation (EMO) Front-End Page Editor Functional Fields Markup Sitemap XML ProCache Repeater Matrix Tracy Debugger Upgrades
Any help appreciated.
I started with Joomla on this CMS parade. Then later I put my hands on Wordpress and eventually settled into Concrete 5. Recently I came to know about ProcessWire CMS, while I was looking for a better replacement for Concrete 5 in terms of robust, easiness, compact. I went through few Video tutorials of PW and read the documentation. The installation of PW was smoothy.
The concept of Page is awsome. I like the relation of Page, Fields & Templates. There are many things I can equal to Concrete 5 from ProcessWire, yet PW offers a tiny minimal, code level approach for CMS. We have full control over design & data. There are some pitfalls I felt such no sitewide settings, global logo setup etc but it is easily tackled with some API codes. PW api seems amazing, it is par with what Concrete 5 Offers.
I have done a simple website in ProcessWire now and going to do a lot further :