Try this URL in the front end:
This is almost for sure git changing your line endings in the font files (.woff and so on) and will likely break again when you do another push/pull in git. Your browser will keep good ones cached so you may not see broken ones if you have pushed, but new users will likely see the broken icons.
Because these are binary files, when git changes the line endings it breaks the fonts.
You will have to get a good copy of the fonts again then add this to your .gitattributes file
This tells git that the files are binary and it won't try to change the line endings anymore.
@kenmonster It can support it if you want to mess with the Authentication module. Maybe look at JWT.
These are defined in the permissions.php file in the config directory of each Module. When the backend does a permissions check, it checks to see if that value in in the permissions list for the role of the user. I think it is just a pass/fail. If you want to inhance it I would make a new middleware and call it from controller or in the route definition depending on how you are using it.
You can define custom Thumbnail sizes and then use those in specific views.
I have watched the video and followed the instructions to a tee, but I am not seeing the fields show in the edit or create forms.
What is really strange is it doesn't appear that the Page create/edit screens are using the partial views from itself. When I make any change to Page->Resources->views->admin->partials->create-fields.blade.php directly I don't see the change in the form at all. Even adding a <h1>Hello World</h1> won't display. I can even delete the partials from the Page module admin views and clear all caches and the page still loads with the default form.
I am slightly mystified by how the create and edit forms load the HTML, I am confident it isn't from views->admin->partials. Which is where the code to look for settings in the config for custom fields lives.
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