LG Add Sitename

Developer

Leevi Graham - Newism

3rd Party (Free)


EE Version Support

  • ExpressionEngine 1.x

Compatibility

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  • 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

Important: This addon is no longer supported. Legacy versions available at http://ee-garage.com/ee1

Adds custom XHTML and CSS to the header of the EE Control Panel.

LG Add Sitename Links

Hooks Used

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  1. show_full_control_panel_end

This entry was created November 6, 2008, 5:50 pm.
This entry was last updated March 3, 2013, 6:41 pm.

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9 Reviews:

patrick-vibes 03.29.11

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Great plugin, will certainly be my choice over MD Add Site Name in most setups but sadly it breaks Cartthrob in MSM setup – you can’t access the Cartthrob Module page.

Ryan Battles 09.22.10

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It is a no-brainer default install.  Like everyone else said, there is no better way to remind yourself which site you are working on, and clients tend to like the customized branding.

AJP 05.27.09

AJP
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I mostly use just the text site name, without graphics or css, but I can’t live without it.

If you ever have multiple CP windows open at once, this extension is a must install.

Ryan Irelan 05.21.09

Ryan Irelan
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A simple, yet useful extension that has become part of my standard EE install.

Erwin Heiser 05.11.09

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This basically tells me where I’m working, so it’s a default extension on most EE sites I do.

Ryan Masuga 05.03.09

Ryan Masuga
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As simple as this add-on seems, it’s actually the first extension I think to install on every build. If I can toot my own horn for a second, I actually developed a version of this first, because I knew it was needed, but Leevi definitely took it to the next level. Use this!

Brian H Warren 05.01.09

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Essential if you happen to be working on a few different sites at the same time. This is the type of thing that should have been built into EE a long time ago.

ErikReagan 05.01.09

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Simple yet highly effective in both MSM environments for clarity on what site you’re in and in client sites for branding purposes.

Simon Cox 05.01.09

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Very simple but effective add-on but I think this is critical if you are using MSM else it can be difficult to tell which site you are currently editing.