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PHProxy

07.22.14 by Mark Biesheuvel

An Expression Engine plugin which allows you to make calls to PHP functions. Now you can use almost every function in PHP. From string functions to BC Math.

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Dailee Entries

07.22.14 by Laisvunas

Entries By Day.

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Bulk Edit

07.22.14 by Rein de Vries

The Bulk Edit module upgrade the native 'Bulk' edit function to a more "bulky" way. This way you are able to edit entries within one single "publish" page. With the Bulk Edit module you are also able to select one or more fields for updating. Update only the status?

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IV Redirect

07.18.14 by Ivano Vardé

Redirects the browser to given specific url.

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Date Dropdown

07.18.14 by Rein de Vries

The Date Dropdown fieldtype is a simple fieldtype. It adds 3 dropdown menu`s with the day, month and year to select a value from. It also add some basic template tags for selecting and search entries based on their date.

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Disqus SSO

07.17.14 by Dennis Wyman

A plugin that passes the data of the currently logged-in EE user to Disqus' SSO (single sign-on) service.

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Categoree

07.17.14 by Caddis

A lightweight plugin to retrieve category data in a sane manner.

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Channel Form Author

07.17.14 by Johnathan Waters

This plugin allows you to change the author of your channel form entry submission.

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Force HTTPS or HTTP (using tags)

07.15.14 by Punch Buggy

Force redirection to HTTPS or HTTP by adding simple tags to your templates.

EE Podcast

Episode 22: Choosing a CMS with Stephanie Sullivan Rewis

Jun 26, 2014 at 11AM MT

Choosing a CMS isn't just a decision. It is (and should be) a process of research and evaluation. Special guest Stephanie Sullivan Rewis joins the show to discuss her process of choosing a content management system for her employer. She talks about requirements, from what she needs as a front-end developer to what her creative team needs to maintain content. And she discusses how her requirements evolved as she did more research. Stef also shares what she looked for beyond core functionality to get to her CMS shortlist: documentation, support and community.

Episode sponsored by Visual Chefs