Blis Title Field


Blis Web Agency

3rd Party (Free)

EE Version Support

  • ExpressionEngine 1.x


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Title Field is an extension which helps you create better weblog entry titles by saving you from having to repeat yourself. It adds an option as you create each custom field to define that custom field as a Title Field. Anything entered into a Title Field will be used to create the title of that entry.

Quite often I’ll have a weblog where the title of that weblog entry contains the values of two or three other fields in that weblog. For example, if I’m adding information into a weblog which contains a number of second hand cars, I’d probably have a title like: “Honda - Civic - 2006” and then have three custom fields in my weblog which are “Manufacturer: Honda”, “Model: Civic”, “Year: 2006”.

Given this example you would normally have to enter this information in twice: once into the Title and once into each of the custom fields, but with Title Field installed, these fields will be added for you.

Title Field should play nice with “Gypsy”: and other extensions. It also works with drop downs and text fields but _may_ have issues if you use it on certain “FieldFrame”: fields.

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Hooks Used

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  1. publish_admin_edit_field_extra_row
  2. show_full_control_panel_end

This entry was created October 20, 2009, 11:39 am.
This entry was last updated October 20, 2009, 8:18 am.

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