• AdminThemeBoss 0.6.3 beta by noelboss
    A light and clean ProcessWire Theme based on Uikit 3. It features three color schemes, an enhanced breadcrumb as well as many subtile design enhancements. The…
    2021/06/27 — Admin Helpers, Other Modules
  • PageQueryBoss 0.0.6 alpha by noelboss
    A ProcessWire Module to build complex nested queries containing multipple fields and pages and return an array that can be parsed to JSON. This is usefull to…
    2021/06/27 — Import/Export, Markup Generation, Other Modules
  • LoginWithEmail 0.0.3 beta by noelboss
    Simple module that allows login with the user's email address. No configuration required.
    2017/09/26 — Users and Access, Authentication

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