NB Show Custom Field Data
3rd Party (Free)
- Multi Site Manager
- Stand Alone Entry Form
- Low Variables
- Better Workflow
Displays custom field data in the 'Edit weblog entries' section of the Control panel.
Shows custom field data in the Edit menu of the Control Panel.
Most recent version: 0.8.2
Does this happen to you?
- You build multilingual sites using the entry title for one language, and another custom field for the other language. You would like to easily see if a translation has been already written in that custom field, or check what the translation is.
- You create entries, but leave the body blank to be filled out later. You would like to easily see if the body has been filled out, or check what the content is.
Of course, you could search for this information on your site by displaying the corresponding template, or you could access this information by selecting individual entries, one-by-one, in the Edit section of the Control Panel. However, wouldn’t it be nice if you could see custom field data from multiple entries directly in the “Edit Weblog Entries”?
This is what the NB Show custom field data extension does. It displays custom field data of entries in the Edit Weblog Entries page. The custom fields to display can be set for each weblog.
Version 1.0 (for EE 1.x) is available as donationware (donate and receive). This newer version contains improvements based on user input including:
- column display
- thumbnail display
- entry url display, and
- category display
Visit the developer’s site to donate and receive the addon.
NB Show Custom Field Data Links
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This entry was created November 13, 2009, 12:46 pm.
This entry was last updated July 9, 2010, 9:19 pm.
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