InputfieldSelectMultipleTransfer by Ryan Cramer

Transfer items from an unselected list to a selected list (or the opposite). Also supports drag/drop sorting.

Select Multiple Transfer

Multi-selection Inputfield module for ProcessWire


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Uses the jquery.uix.multiselect plugin by Yanick Rochon. Made into a ProcessWire module by Ryan Cramer. See also this video demonstrating the module.

This Inputfield provides similar capabilities to asmSelect but may be more convenient when needing to select a large quantity of items. It also has a built-in search field for filtering. It can be used anywhere that the other ProcessWire multi-selection inputfields can be used.

How to Install


This module is installed like any other, however you will need to take an extra step in order to make it available for page selection. After installing this module, click to your Modules menu and click the core InputfieldPage module to configure it (Modules > Core > Inputfields > Page). Select InputfieldSelectMultipleTransfer as an allowed Inputfield for Page selection, and save.

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

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