FieldtypeMultiplier by Ryan Cramer

This Fieldtype and Inputfield combination lets you take almost any existing single-value Fieldtype, and use it to a multi-value Fieldtype.

This Fieldtype and Inputfield combination lets you take almost any existing single-value Fieldtype, and use it to a multi-value Fieldtype.

This Fieldtype and Inputfield combination lets you take almost any existing single-value Fieldtype, and use it to a multi-value Fieldtype. Single value Fieldtypes are those that store one piece of information at a time, for example: Text, Textarea, Integer, Float, Email, URL, etc. Any of these, and more can be multiplied with this Multiplier fieldtype. The Multiplier fieldtype lets you use a defined or variable quantity. You setup the minimum and maximum limits when defining the field. If you want a single defined quantity, then you simply set the minimum and maximum to be the same number. From the admin side, inputs in a Multiplier can optionally be drag-and-drop sorted by the user.

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