ProcessSetupPageName by kixe

Overwrites function setupPageName() in class Pages (core), which is typically called in case of autogeneration of pages. Provides more options for 'Name Format Children' in parent template settings

PROCESS SETUP PAGE NAME

Overwrites function setupPageName() in class Pages (core), which is typically called in case of autogeneration of pages. Provides more options for 'Name Format Children' in parent template settings. More

Changelog


  • Since version 2.0.2 you have an option to update the name of existing pages if the values of the selected fields from which the name is generated have been changed. Use the option with caution because it has the potential to inadvertently break links if Page Path History module is not installed.

Author


kixe (Christoph Thelen)

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