3rd Party (Free)
- Multi Site Manager
- Stand Alone Entry Form
- Low Variables
- Better Workflow
- jQuery for the Control Panel
Editor adds little Edit buttons next to each of your entries, right on your website. Click on one of them, and that entry's Edit page will open in a new window.
1. Download and unzip the latest version
2. Upload `extensions/ext.editor.php` to `system/extensions`
3. Upload `language/english/lang.editor.php` to
4. Enable Editor in the Extensions Manager
From Editor’s Settings page, you can set the following preferences:
Control Panel index page URL?
Unfortunately, ExpressionEngine doesn’t make it easy for an
extension to determine where your Control Panel is located, so this
setting is crucial.
Check for Editor updates?
Powered by [LG Addon Updater](http://leevigraham.com/cms-customisation/expressionengine/lg-addon-updater/),
Editor can call home and check to see if there’s a new
Once Editor is installed and activated, you should be good to go.
Simply view your website while logged in with an account that has
editing privileges, and the edit buttons will automagically appear.
BK Editor Links
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This entry was created February 7, 2011, 2:10 pm.
This entry was last updated May 4, 2011, 8:31 am.
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