JqueryCollagePlus by Ryan Cramer

Makes the image selection from TinyMCE/CKEditor use a nice grid of images rather than stacked images.

CollagePlus for ProcessWire

CollagePlus is a jQuery plugin by Ed Lea. It takes a list of images and converts it to a nicely formatted grid. With this module, we use the CollagePlus plugin to produce nice grid output for ProcessWire image selection. This applies to the images that you select when clicking the image icon from the rich text editor (TinyMCE or CKEditor).

The idea for this is from the great Unify admin theme for ProcessWire by adamspruijt.

To use, simply install the module and it is ready to go.



This module should run on any version of ProcessWire. But to be on the safe side, it would be best to use version 2.2 or newer. If you are using version 2.3.1 or newer this module makes use of conditional autoload for increased efficiency.

Module by Ryan Cramer

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