ImageFileDependencies by Robin S

Allows Image and File fields to be used in inputfield dependency selectors. Note: prefix field names with an underscore in your dependency selectors.

Image & File Dependencies

A module for ProcessWire CMS/CMF. Allows Image and File fields to be used in inputfield dependency selectors. Note: prefix field names with an underscore in your dependency selectors.

Usage


Install the ImageFileDependencies module.

You can now create an inputfield dependency based on the number of images or files added to a Image or File field.

When you create an inputfield dependency for a Image or File field, prefix your field name with an underscore. Example for a field named 'images': _images>3 Note that you do not include a '.count' subfield in the selector.

License


Released under Mozilla Public License v2. See file LICENSE for details.

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