Add-ons

Extensions that start with the letter A, run on ExpressionEngine 2, are compatible with Multi-Site Manager, are Free and are sorted by Entry Date.

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Auto Register

Yuri Salimovskiy (IntoEEtive)

This add-on will create user account if someone tries to log in with the email not found in the system.

Added August 11, 2014.

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Audit Pro

Mark J. Reeves (Clearbold)

Know who did what and when they did it. Audit Pro provides more detailed activity logging for the Control Panel, supports custom email notifications and searching log entries.

Added March 19, 2013.

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Audit

Mark J. Reeves (Clearbold)

Know who did what and when they did it. Audit provides more detailed activity logging for the Control Panel.

Added March 8, 2013.

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Authenticate

Objective HTML

Authenticate brings proper member authentication into ExpressionEngine with inline error handling, removes the ugly redirect screens, and supports logins using an -mail address opposed to a username. Authenticate supports forgot password forms too.

Added February 6, 2012.

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AutoMin

Paramore (Jesse Bunch)

AutoMin is an ExpressionEngine module and extension that automates the combination and compression of your source files and currently supports CSS, JavaScript, LESS, and HTML compression. AutoMin is smart enough to know when you've changed your source files and will automatically regenerate it's cache when appropriate.

Added February 28, 2011.

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Auto Expire

Wouter Vervloet (Baseworks)

Auto Expire adds the ability to any weblog to automatically expire new entries. It adds a predefined amount of time to the entry date. If an expiration date has already been set, that date will be used as the expiration date.

Added May 3, 2010.

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Accessible Captcha

Greg Salt (Purple Dogfish)

This extension changes the default graphics captchas into accessible (and more secure) question and answer pairs.

Added November 6, 2008.