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Low Variables

by Low

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Low Variables lets you manage Global Variables and Snippets in one place. It comes with a plethora of useful features like saving variables as files; labeling, grouping and sorting variables; hiding variables from content editors; and best of all: variable types.

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Channel Polls

by DevDemon

ExpressionEngine 3

Channel Polls brings easy to use Polling to any Channel you wish through a simple to install Fieldtype. Within minutes you can create a poll and show the results to your visitors. Channel Polls delivers a simple install, administration, and usage of polling within the tools you are already familiar with, the ExpressionEngine publish page. Starting polling today!

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Channel Files

by DevDemon

ExpressionEngine 3

Channel Files is all about making File management for your Channel Entries easy. Channel Files delivers a single location for easy upload to your server, Amazon S3, and Rackspace Cloud Files. Channel Files provides logs to track downloads and the ability to hide your download links. Simply your file life with Channel Files from DevDemon.

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Publish Notes

by Derek Hogue

ExpressionEngine 3

Add highlighted instructions or notes fields to the publish screen in one of the three standard alert styles, formatted for display using any available formatting plugin.

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Add-on Menu

by Derek Hogue

ExpressionEngine 3

Adds a new top-level menu to the EE control panel, giving quick access to add-ons which offer their own control panel settings and configuration screens.

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AwEEsome Icons

by Creative Arc

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

AwEEsome Icons integrates the popular icon library Font Awesome with EE. Icons are presented in a user-friendly select box.

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Top Selling Add-ons

Wygwam

by Pixel & Tonic

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

ExpressionEngine’s most popular, powerful, and beautiful rich text editor—now available for EE3!

Structure

by Travis Schmeisser

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

Structure is a powerful add-on that lets you create pages, generate navigation, manage content through a simple interface and build robust sites faster than ever. It forgoes the current template_group/template setup and creates “static” and “listing” pages that are all editable through a tree sitemap view. Now, traditional page style content and multiple entry pages can live within the same area. Your clients & authors will rejoice.

Low Reorder

by Low

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Displaying ExpressionEngine entries in the exact order that you want can be difficult. Low Reorder makes this easy for you and your clients. Create Sets of entries, apply filters to it, and then just drag and drop the matching entries in the right order. It's quick, easy and your users will love it.

Expresso

by PutYourLightsOn

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Expresso provides you with a WYSIWYG editor fieldtype for channel entries. Its main aim is to allow intuitive content editing for your users while respecting your site's design. It is integrated with EE's native file manager, allowing users to upload images and files.

Assets

by Pixel & Tonic

ExpressionEngine 2

At last, managing your files is just as powerful and elegant as managing the rest of your content in ExpressionEngine.

EE Podcast

Episode 57: CartThrob for EE Ecommerce with Matt Weinberg

Nov 19, 2015 at 11AM MT

Matt Weinberg returns to the show to discuss Vector Media Group’s recent acquisition of CartThrob, the ExpressionEngine ecommerce add-on. Not only do we dive into the technical aspects of ecommerce in an EE landscape, we talk about challenges regarding acquiring a product logistically, business considerations, and important questions often missed when implementing ecommerce projects.

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