ProFields are an powerful group of ProcessWire field types (with custom inputs) that enable you to manage more data with fewer fields. This saves you time, reduces overhead, and makes development more efficient and even more fun.
What’s included with ProFields?
Repeater MatrixProcessWire ProFields now includes the new Repeater Matrix, perhaps the most powerful ProField yet! Repeater Matrix fields enable flexible content types and open the door to all kinds of great content management possibilities.
TableThis Fieldtype is the first of its kind in that it lets you literally define your own Fieldtype. Think of it kind of like a lean and mean repeater field, with no extra overhead.
TextareasThe Textareas Fieldtype and Inputfield lets you combine multiple named text fields into a single field.
MultiplierThis Fieldtype and Inputfield combination lets you take almost any existing single-value Fieldtype, and use it to a multi-value Fieldtype.
AutoLinksThis Textformatter module automatically links your specified phrases/words to your specified URLs. This is an excellent SEO and accessibility tool for creating automatic contextual links with little effort.
Functional FieldsThis Fieldtype module lets you make text translatable in your template files, much in the same way that you do with multi-language support in ProcessWire.
Verified URLThe Verified URL Fieldtype has the ability to verify that the entered URL actually exists. It does this by routinely checking the status of the URL and adjusting the visibility of the field based on whether or not the URL is accessible. All while keeping you up-to-date and making problematic URLs easy to find and fix.
Fieldset GroupFieldsetGroup is useful for fieldsets that you want to re-use in multiple templates, where you want it to be identical (or nearly so) in all usages. It enables you to manage the contents of the fieldset in a single place, rather than independently in each template.
Text BlocksThis module enables you to assign a name to any block/region of text in a textarea field, and then reuse that block of text you defined, from any other page or textarea field.