Gypsy

Developer

Pixel & Tonic - Brandon Kelly

3rd Party (Free)


EE Version Support

  • ExpressionEngine 1.x

Compatibility

If an item is crossed out, it might be untested, not applicable or incompatible. Contact the developer to be sure.

  • Updater
  • Multi Site Manager
  • Stand Alone Entry Form
  • Low Variables
  • Content Elements
  • Better Workflow
  • Matrix
  • Grid
  • Webservice
  • Publisher

Requirements

  • jQuery for the Control Panel

Add-On Type(s)

Extension

Tags

Gypsy frees your custom fields from their field groups, enabling you to assign them directly to your weblogs.

Gypsy Links

Hooks Used

If the add-on is an extension, and ties into ExpressionEngine's core files, it will use ExpressionEngine hooks. We are listing any hooks the add-on uses for developers to have an easier time locating other add-ons that they can reference for their own work.

  1. publish_admin_edit_field_extra_row
  2. publish_form_field_query
  3. publish_form_weblog_preferences
  4. sessions_start

This entry was created March 6, 2009, 4:00 am.
This entry was last updated January 14, 2013, 2:11 pm.

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1 Review:

Ian Beck 09.15.09

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Gypsy is great, but I find it a LOT more useful when I use it to exclude limited-use fields from some weblogs that share a custom field group rather than using it to include common fields across field groups.

As an exclusionary tactic weblogs can share search excerpt fields, etc.; much more useful.