Allows limits and restrictions to be placed on selected Table fields.

LimitTable

A module for ProcessWire CMS/CMF. Allows limits and restrictions to be placed on selected Profields Table fields.

For any Table field you can limit the number of rows that may be added and also prevent the use of drag-sorting and the trashing of rows. If a limit has been defined then there is an option to show all (empty) rows up to that limit.

This module does not support paginated Table fields.

Usage


Install the LimitTable module.

The module configuration screen should be self-explanatory.

You can add rows in the module config as needed using the "Add another row" button.

Please note that limits and restrictions are applied with CSS/JS so should not be considered tamper-proof.

License


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

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

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