Admin helper modules are those that provide helpful tools, UI enhancements or optimizations to the admin panel (excluding Fieldtype or Inputfield modules).

  • ProcessTrashman 1.0.0 by apeisa
    Trashman: Allows users without superuser role to view and restore pages from trash.
    2013/01/05 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Users and Access
  • ProcessDateArchiver 1.0.0 beta by u-nikos
    Date Archiver: Automatically archives pages based on a Datetime field (e.g. /news/2013/01/03/some-news-item/).
    2013/01/05 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules
  • ModulesQuickFilter 1.2.4 by adamspruijt
    Modules Quick Filter has two main components. A "search as you type" field that filters by module name and a "refine by category" select…
    2012/12/22 — Admin Helpers
  • PageEditPerUser 0.0.2 beta by Ryan Cramer
    Assign edit access to users on a per-page basis.
    2012/11/14 — Admin Helpers, Proof of Concept, Users and Access
  • ProcessFieldChangeNotifier 0.6.0 beta by Netcarver
    Field Change Notifier: Emails users with a given role when a watched field changes value.
    2012/10/22 — Admin Helpers, Logs/Monitoring
  • ProcessTagParserTest 1.0.0 beta by Netcarver
    Tag Parser Test Page: Easily test the TextformatterTagParser module from the PW admin interface.
    2012/10/20 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules
  • FormBuilder 0.4.5 by Ryan Cramer
    Building front-end forms on your website has never been so simple. ProcessWire Form Builder lets you create, edit and publish forms with no development…
    2012/09/21 — Admin Helpers, Import/Export, Markup Generation, Process Modules, Premium Modules
  • PageCleanEmptyDirs 0.0.3 beta by Ryan Cramer
    Clean Empty Page File Dirs: Goes through all of your /site/assets/files/ directories and removes those that have no files in them.
    2012/08/03 — Development Tools, Admin Helpers
  • ProcessForgotPassword 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Forgot Password (Core): Provides password reset/email capability for the Login process.
    2012/07/27 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Users and Access, Core Modules
  • ProcessPageClone 1.0.0 by Ryan Cramer
    Page Clone (Core): Provides ability to clone/copy/duplicate pages in the admin. Adds a "copy" option to all applicable pages in the PageList.
    2012/07/27 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Core Modules
  • FieldtypeCropImage 1.0.3 by apeisa
    Thumbnails: Three modules that offer nice thumbnail cropping for ProcessWire. Fully compatible with normal image field.
    2012/07/25 — Admin Helpers, Fieldtype Modules, Inputfield Modules, Photo/Video/Audio, Process Modules
  • LoginNotifier 1.0.2 by Ryan Cramer
    Provides ability to send an email, ping a URL or save a log entry when a login occurs.
    2012/07/24 — Admin Helpers, Users and Access, Logs/Monitoring

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