ProcessAdminCustomPages by diogo

Create custom admin pages easily without having to build a Process Module.

Admin Custom Pages Module for ProcessWire

Create custom admin pages easily without having to build a Process Module.

The new version of this module works only with ProcessWire 2.4 and higher. Differences are explained bellow.

Since version 1.1.0 the installation process automatically adds a custom Fieldtype to the admin template. This creates a select field where you can choose the template file to render. This functionality was added by Nico

☞ This module makes it easy to create simple admin pages but you can also create them in much more powerfull way without the need of a module. Have a look at this post written by Bernhard Baumrock to know how it's done https://processwire.com/blog/posts/building-custom-admin-pages-with-process-modules/

To prepare the module:

  1. Place the module folder in /site/modules/
  2. Install the module in the modules page from the admin

To create the pages:

  1. Create a new page under "Admin" and give it the "admin" template. As "process" you have to choose "ProcessAdminCustomPages".
  2. A field called "Template file" will appear. Select the file you want (we recommend that the file name starts with underscore "_" so it doesn't appear in new template sugestions, ex: "_custom.php").
  3. That's all.

To add custom script and style files to the page:

  1. Add the "ACP_scripts_and_styles" to the page template (the field that was created automaticaly on instalation)
  2. Add the .js and .css URLs in this field textarea, one in each line. can be absolute or relative (relative is assumed from the site root on eg: site/templates/styles/my.css)

--

Troubleshooting:

This page has no Process assigned.

You probably forgot to choose "ProcessCustomPages" as Process. (See step 1)

--

Module home: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/process-admin-custom-pages/

Support forum: http://processwire.com/talk/topic/3474-admin-custom-pages-module/

--

That's it! Hope you enjoy the module ;)

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

Twitter updates

  • Preliminary 2021 roadmap in progress in this week’s update— More
    8 January 2021
  • Happy New Year! Today I’ve bumped the version on the dev branch to 3.0.170, and it’s quite a lot of updates. This post covers most of them. In this post, there’s also a question for you: what would you like to see in ProcessWire in 2021? More
    1 January 2021
  • In this week’s blog post we’ll take a brief look at a powerful new ProFields module for ProcessWire that’s just around the corner—the Combo field: More
    4 December 2020

Newest forum posts

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #349
    In the 349th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to cover the latest core and forum updates, introduce some recent ProcessWire resources, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 16 January 2021
  • ProcessWire 3.0.170 core updates
    Happy New Year! Today I’ve bumped the version on the dev branch to 3.0.170, and it’s quite a lot of updates. This post covers most of them. In this post, there’s also a question for you: what would you like to see in ProcessWire in 2021?
    Blog / 1 January 2021
  • Subscribe to weekly ProcessWire news

“We were really happy to build our new portfolio website on ProcessWire! We wanted something that gave us plenty of control on the back-end, without any bloat on the front end - just a nice, easy to access API for all our content that left us free to design and build however we liked.” —Castus, web design agency in Sheffield, UK