HelperFieldLinks by soma

Adds shortcut edit link to all input fields on page edit. Adds shortcut edit link for the selected template. Only visible for superusers.

A custom module for ProcessWire2 to show inline shortcut links to fields and template when editing a page. Only visible to superusers. Additionally if you click on the little gear icon a layer will be shown with the settings for the field.

How to install:


  • Download the contents of this repository and put the folder renamed as "HelperFieldLinks" into your site/modules/ folder
  • Login to processwire and got to Modules page and click "Check for new modules". You should see a note that a new module was found. Search for it in the list and click "install".
  • Done

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

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