Re: Standup Reports

PR waiting approval - Password reset: https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms/pull/1527

Issue - Remove banner components from the db: https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms/issues/1528

Issue - CKeditor customizations: https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms/issues/1529

There are a few other improvements to work on. With these and the new theme from @fiammybe, I think we're ready for a release (RC)

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updated SSL certificate for impresscms.org

After we switched hosting company a few weeks back, I got notified that the SSL setup wasn't performing correctly. It has been fixed now, and going to impresscms.org shouldn't provide you with a warning (depending on the browser you're using) that the connection isn't secure.

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Re: Standup Reports

works for me. I'll get a first beta version ready for inclusion by the end of the week.



Re: Standup Reports

We could bundle it the the release like we do with certain modules. At some point, we can make it the core theme.



Re: Standup Reports

If you want to include iTheme2 to this version, that would be great. I have been trying different modules and fixing stuff here and there, but I think we are not too far away from a first release of the theme. Getting feedback from different points of view and use cases would be great.

https://github.com/fiammybe/impresscms-itheme2



Re: Standup Reports

I think we've cleared all the known issues with this release. We had an open issue for MySQL 8 compatibility and I've done a fresh install and navigated through all the core functions without any errors. Time to bundle everything up and get some more hands on it.



Re: Blocks that are URL aware

Still more - SymLinks allows you to define 'visible in' pages for any URL. For your situation, though, you'd still need a block for every page. You're going to have to deal with this for almost any option to have different content based on the URL. Once built, it should be fairly easy to maintain. Sign in, go to the page, click on Edit for the block, edit and save.



Re: Blocks that are URL aware

Just brainstorming other alternatives - use a custom block with type PHP. It might be a bit of a chore to figure out all the parameters for each module, but it could be done. Use icms::$module to determine which module it is, then specific branches to process the individual pages of that module. How you would assign content to the block based on the module + page and easily be able to change it... challenging. Custom tags could be used, too.

All in all, I'd default to SimplyWiki for everything.



Re: Blocks that are URL aware

What you describe is something SimplyWiki does using 'SideContent'.

The concept is to create content related to the main content and assign it as the SideContent for the main page. Then, enable the SideContent block and place it where you will. Based on the page being viewed, the SideContent block displays the content of the page specified as SideContent for the page.

You can see this in effect at www.design-n-bloom.com - visit most of the pages in the menu bar and the block labeled "More Information" is the side content block. 'Send Fresh Flowers' and 'Plan Your Wedding' are the 2 main examples.



Blocks that are URL aware

Hi,

I want to add a image block to every page on a new site, along the likes of https://www.oudervereniging.be/. I would need the same layout for content, event and blog pages

  • with different images for each page
  • without tens of duplicated blocks
  • Without needing to update the individual modules

My idea would be to re-write the existing billboard plugin and make the block page-aware. Is there a way to retrieve information in a block concerning the module and the page the block is shown?

In that case I would handle the images ona page-by-page basis.



Re: Visual upgrade of the installer based on Bootstrap

I put this one temporarily on hold, so I can help get 2.0 out the door.



Re: imTagging module - do tags work?

OK, it looked like it as well, but I wanted to be certain.µ

I'll see if I can add that part easily, otherwise I'll remove it from the upcoming release and put the relevant code in a branch for later inclusion.



Re: imTagging module - do tags work?

That part of it was never really finished, I believe.



imTagging module - do tags work?

Hi, i'm trying to integrate imtagging into the events module (https://github.com/IsengardBiz/events) and I seem to miss the function that stores the link between a specific tag and the current object. I'm not a real user of that module, so I'm asking myself if that functionality is working all right within the imtagging module?



Re: Standup Reports

I'm encountering errors in PHP 8.1 with the 'count()' use in some IPF instances. I'll create tickets and see what I can come up with.



Re: Standup Reports

Those updates have been applied. Now, in testing on PHP8.1, I've discovered another update is needed - HTMLPurifier. Again. I'm not sure how this was missed. It looks as though I tested it locally and never pushed the proper files to github.



Re: Standup Reports

During my final tests, there were some things we needed to address before releasing.

A couple more merge requests - an update to the GA4 plugin because it used a legacy class name and has a fatal error in 2.0. And, a final fix to the image editor so the plugins work now! (crop, resize, and filter were broken when using PHP8+). The changes for the theme selector block have also been approved are are ready to merge.

Once these have been merged, we can package and release 2.0RC!



Re: Visual upgrade of the installer based on Bootstrap

Yes, that was it. I think that was prior to the all the disagreement over the refactoring of the UI and assets. There is another branch that was based on the 'retro' branch that came out of it. https://github.com/skenow/impresscms/tree/features/installer2.0

 





Re: Visual upgrade of the installer based on Bootstrap

I still have the work we started to update the installer which was mostly a single page.