Add-ons

Fieldtypes that start with the letter L are sorted by Edit Date.

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Editor's Pick
Each month the devot:ee staff picks an add-on that's especially well thought out, well built, and useful. They're add-ons that we love and think you will too!

Low Variables was chosen in November 2012.
Low Variables 3.3.1 - $69.00

Low (Lodewijk Schutte)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4

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.

Updated March 23, 2020, 4:37 am.

Low Events 2.1.0 - $49.00

Low (Lodewijk Schutte)

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4

Do you need to display events on your site? And do you like to keep things simple? Then Low Events is the add-on you want.

Updated December 5, 2017, 4:12 am.

Local Calendar

Biber Ltd. (Can Berkol)

ExpressionEngine 2

LocalCalendar fieldtype is datepicker plugin that currently supports a datepicker for both Gregorian and Hijri calendars. The fieldtype also supports conversions of dates of the two calendar types. The plugin provides the same conversion functionalities. Out of the box, LocalCalendar does support Arabic, English, and Turkish languages and it provides integration with our Multi Language Support Extension.

Updated February 17, 2014, 10:05 am.

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Low Freeform Field

Low (Lodewijk Schutte)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

Creates a custom field that lets you select any one of the available Solspace Freeform 3+ fields. Matrix, Grid, and Low Variables compatible.

Updated September 4, 2013, 1:06 pm.

  • No Reviews.
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  • 16 Favs

Lonely Cat

Wouter Vervloet (Baseworks)

ExpressionEngine 2

A category dropdown that will only allow you to select 1 category. You are also able to output basic category data straight from the field tag wihtout the use of the {categories} loop.

Updated June 10, 2011, 9:51 pm.