Accessories that are compatible with Multi-Site Manager, are Free and are sorted by Entry Date.
- tags: theme, cp, control panel, control panel theme, override, professional, responsive, mobile, control, panel, devices
Responsive CP is a custom ExpressionEngine theme that makes your control panel work better with mobile devices as well as look more professional. It also allows you to easily add your logo to the bottom of the control panel (good for branding client sites).
Added January 23, 2012.
- 5 Reviews
- 27 Favs
- tags: configuration, support, monitoring, add-ons, developer, developer tool, addons, health, check, display, information, diagnostic, healthy
This accessory displays information about the configuration and general health of your EE system. It also checks the file permissions of key system files and upload directories and lets you know if anything is setup incorrectly. It may be useful for system maintenance and troubleshooting. One possible use is to copy and paste the output into an EE or add-on support request so you can get help faster.
Added November 7, 2010.
- 7 Reviews
- 53 Favs
MX Extended Content Menu
Officially deprecated - new functions in EE2.4 This Accessory adds a drop-down channel list for Edit submenu. Also, in case if you use pages, you can get Pages submenu with list of pages in order to access them very quickly.
Added October 13, 2010.
- 1 Review
- 20 Favs
RL CP Accessory Themes
1.5.1 now includes a cascaded login.css file for optional use. Have remapped the 1.5 version of RL Themes from accessories to CP themes, per the cascading themes feature of EE 2.1.3. Six themes are included in the package, plus a selection of downloadable fonts. (Actually, these are no longer Accessory Themes as per the addon title, but simply CP themes.)
Added August 10, 2010.
- No Reviews.
- 2 Favs
- tags: snippets, global variables, templates, custom fields, reference, template, variables, building, guide, variable
This accessory was born out of my frustration for forgetting what I named my custom fields, snippets, and global variables. Now you have an accessory to use as a reference for building your templates. Just click on the EE variable you want to use and it will copy it to your clipboard.
Added June 4, 2010.
- 18 Reviews
- 133 Favs