AdminHelperLinks by Richard Jedlička

Adds shortcut links to edit fields and template directly from page edit.

Packagist

Module for ProcessWire 3.x - add shortcut links to edit fields and template directly from page edit.

Shortcut link types:

  • edit page template
  • edit field
  • edit field in template context

preview

Inspired by https://github.com/somatonic/HelperFieldLinks, but has unobtrusive display style, includes links using JS instead of PHP and has new features.

Installation


How to install modules.

Using composer

In your ProcessWire installation root run:

$ composer require uiii/admin-helper-links

Login to your ProcessWire admin and go to Modules > Refresh and install the module.

If you want to read more about ProcessWire and Composer visit https://processwire.com/blog/posts/composer-google-calendars-and-processwire/

Install and use modules at your own risk. Always have a site and database backup before installing new modules.

Twitter updates

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    7 January 2022
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    24 December 2021
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    17 December 2021

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