MarkInPageTree by benbyf

Mark pages in page tree with an icon by field, template or both. Also, add data from page in page tree. E.g. add field counter data along side the page title in the page tree list.

MarkInPageTree

MarkInPageTree module for Processwire 2.4+

Enables you to show an icon next to a set of pages in the page tree that have a specified true field or template. Also, it enables you to add a specific fields data in the page tree list along side it's title.

Install


Install module in modules folder in your Processwire installation. update modules in admin and install module.

Settings


3 textareas for icon and field pairs, icon and template pairs, and list of fields

  • icon to show next to page with field
  • icon to show next to page of template name
  • specific field data to be show after page title

TODO:


License


MIT

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