ProcessPageCloneAdaptUrls by BitPoet

ProcessWire module that adapts links and img sources in CKEditor fields when cloning a page or page tree.

ProcessPageCloneAdaptUrls

ProcessWire module that adapts links and img sources in CKEditor fields when cloning a page so the links point to the assets directory of the copy instead of the original.

By default, ProcessWire doesn't touch content in HTML fields (textareas) when cloning a page.

Usage


Make sure that ProcessPageClone is installed. Simply extract the zip package into site/modules, select "Modules" => "Refresh" in the menu and install this module.

License


Released under Mozilla Public License (MPL v2). See the LICENSE file for details.

Caveats


This module is still beta, but you can help out testing it and leaving feedback.

Author


Written 2016 by BitPoet

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

Twitter updates

  • ProcessWire 3.0.182 core updates– More
    23 July 2021
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    2 July 2021
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    18 June 2021

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    Blog / 2 July 2021
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