Short demonstration of the Page Fieldtype when combined with the new multi-select Page Inputfield. Compared to other multiple-select field types (like select multiple, checkboxes, or an asmSelect), this Inputfield is ideal when your select options are in the hundreds or thousands (or more), aren't necessarily restricted to a type (parent or template), or require page hierarchy and/or pagination.
This Inputfield is similar in concept to our asmSelect jQuery plugin, except that this particular Inputfield can obviously scale much further. While the video shows this Inputfield running without any constraints as to what type of page can be selected, you can certainly define these constraints in ProcessWire on the field configuration screen.
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- Field Dependencies
Demonstrates field dependencies, being developed for ProcessWire 2.4. They will also be available in FormBuilder.
- Copy and paste photos
In this video, Diogo demonstrates a new functionality he’s working on for ProcessWire 2.4: the ability to copy and paste (rather than upload) photos.
- Managing a musician site
Another great video from Tina Holly, this time demonstrating management of a musician web site in ProcessWire.
- Managing a portfolio site
Tina Holly from Tinacious Design demonstrates managing her portfolio site with ProcessWire. This comprehensive video effectively covers many aspects of managing content in ProcessWire.
- Autocomplete Page Input
Demonstrated here is a Page Reference field using the Page Autocomplete input. In this video, some of the tags we type match up with an existing one and some done. When they don’t, we simply hit enter and it adds it as a new one.
- Image thumbnail module
Demonstrates the new Thumbnail module to build a portfolio site. Module by Antti Peisa and video by Marty Walker.
- Drag-and-Drop Uploads
Demonstrates dragging files from your computer into ProcessWire CMS version 2.1.
- ProcessWire Overview
A video overview and introduction to ProcessWire CMS.
- Using the Page Fieldtype
Short demonstration of the Page Fieldtype when combined with the new multi-select Page Inputfield.
- Using the GMap Fieldtype
Short video demonstrating installation and use of Qwertyeee’s GMap (Google Maps) Fieldtype.
- AdminBar Module
Video demonstrating Apeisa’s AdminBar plugin module for ProcessWire.
- Twitter Puller
Module for fetching data from Twitter and saving those results as pw pages.
- Redirects Module
This module adds page to Admin -> Setup -> Redirects where you can add 301 redirects (inside your site or to other domains).
- Clean Admin Theme
Apeisa demonstrates his Clean Admin theme and how it works with multiple resolutions using media queries.
- Language Translation
While the new language features are primarily for translating ProcessWire’s admin into other languages, this video shows an example of how easy it is to use the language translation functions in your own site templates.
- Repeater Field Type
A quick example of the new ProcessWire Repeater Fieldtype in action.
- Make new pages within page field
Demonstrates a new feature in ProcessWire where you can configure a page reference field to allow creation of new page reference pages from within the field.
- Field-Template Context
This video demonstrates how you can adjust the admin context of individual fields according to the template they are placed in. When you adjust the context in this manner, it only changes the settings for when a field appears in that template.
- ProcessWire Form Builder
This module lets you create simple-to-complex forms and place them in your site without any need for development.
This is a demo of Lister, a new ProcessWire module. It provides a different type of Page List with options to filter, display or sort by any field used by your pages. You can also perform actions on those pages.
- Repeating Elements
Philipp Reiner introduces repeating elements in ProcessWire.
- First Steps
Philipp Reiner introduces ProcessWire in this video.
- Building Structures (PW1)
- Relational References (PW1)
- ProcessWire Intro (PW1)