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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 have a website in a production environment and I want to duplicate it in a local environment. I exported the content of the website (with the 'Site Profile Exporter' module) but I cannot use it actually. I've got an issue with the database. I imported this one in MAMP then.
I also exported the pages (with the 'ProcessPagesExportImport' module), but I cannot import it to my local website because the fields don't exist. So I created this fields, but I have this error :
How can I use the elements that already exist and are presents in my database? How can I duplicate correctly the templates, fields and pages?
Thanks by advance
PS: Sorry if my english is bad
I need help with something. Situation: We have let's say 2'000 Files (Excel) that should be displayed (list with links) on a page. We'd need to filter these files by given Keywords or a tree structure or both. Now, I'm looking for a solution whereas our customer can synchronise the files from his local computer with the folder on the webserver. They will update and upload files on a daily basis. Therefore, it would need to synchronise rather than load the files manually in pages or repeaters. Maybe indexing would be an idea, too.
Are there any modules for Processwire that would help achieving this? Could anyone point me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance.
By Robin S
Displays image tags overlaid on the thumbnail using customisable colours. This makes it easier to see which images have which tags without needing to open the edit pane for individual images or changing to the list view.
Enable tags for one or more image fields. Install the Image Thumbnail Tags module. Optionally configure colours for any of your tags.