Republic Structure Tweaks
3rd Party (Free)
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- Content Elements
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A few tweaks that we think makes the already great Structure add-on even better, without messing with it.
Republic Structure Tweaks is an add-on for ExpressionEngine that gives you a few extra options for the content management page in the Structure add-on.
- Customize channels in the “Add page” dialog
- Remove the “Add page” link for specific channels and pages
- Shows the channel name for a page on hover, useful if you have a lot of content types
- Shows a (closed) indicator after closed pages
The biggest thing is that you can easily select which channels that should be used in the Add page dialog. From our experience, this really makes content editors happy and dramatically makes adding new content a lot less prone to errors. You can select options for each channel or make selections for individual pages.
But, this also means that it’s not intended to be used as a security add-on, it only hides stuff to make the experience better for editors. If they have the right member permissions, the could still drag and drop pages under other pages that you’ve hid in the settings.
We found that our clients really appreciated it, so we thought that there might be other out there that will too.
For more information and to download the add-on please visit the Republic Labs web site.
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This entry was created November 14, 2012, 3:47 pm.
This entry was last updated May 13, 2015, 3:50 am.
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