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Skip the "Add New" dialog page on Page Tree and elsewhere and go directly to the resulting page that shows all page fields right away. Page creation is now improving from being a two-step to becoming a one-step process.
When only one Template can be selected: Skip the intermediate "Add New" dialog page by adding a GUID or other temporary page name that is later renamed. Show the final editing page so user can start editing all fields right away On Save: Page name is renamed with title When multiple Templates can be selected: Ask user to select Template on clicking New (before leaving the Tree Page). Then use the "one Template" flow above. (I am aware why the Page Name is needed.)
By Vineet Sawant
I'm trying to import some heavy data into Processwire, but I'm not sure what would be the best way to do it.
Usually I use CSV to Pages plugin, but this time the data is too heavy(~40k rows with 10+ columns of excel sheet), thus this plugin can't help.
I also tried Tasker plugin but I can't seem to go through the setup itself, it requires some template setup but I'm totally clueless about how to do it, so that plugin is not of any use either.
I wanted to know from you guys how you do it and in future what would be the best way to migrate thousands of rows of data in to PW.
I need to export all the texts from a website to a translation company (as json or csv or txt...). How can this be done? Of course manually, but this website is huge and it would take me years...
Also, as a second step, importing the translation ...
Any ideas anyone? Tutorials? Plugins?
Thanks for your help.
Does anyone know how to do an export of a page entries to CSV using the Processwire way?
I'm trying to setup a list where the client can see a list of user's form values.
A front end form -> Upon submit -> Adds to database -> Shows on the admin of Processwire.
From there, I can see the entries and sort stuff. And lastly I can export them in CSV.
I'm looking at the Processwire cheatsheet and see the $files, is this the one I should be looking at?