Adds power-user features to the Grav Admin plugin.
Many features in this plugin are experimental. They may or may not work as intended in every circumstance. Please make sure to backup before trying any feature that may modify your files. Most features can be individually enabled/disabled from the plugin menu.
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Adds Edit This Page and Edit This Section links to pages.
If the frontmatter contains the value
the links will not be added.
This feature can be disabled on the plugin configuration page.
Adds an 'Edit Page On Grav' link to the bottom of all pages.
Adds an 'Edit Section' link after every heading. In theory, different sections can be modified at the same time by different users.
A section is a heading and the content up to the next heading with the same level.
If you use the toc plugin, edit section links will also be added to the table of contents.
Use the section editor to change the heading and markdown for an individual section. You can also delete the entire section.
If headings have the same level and text, only the first one will be editable.
A very naive method is used to parse your markdown; We have seen cases where sublevels are duplicated after using this feature, so beware.
You can move an entire section to a new child page. This removes the section from the current page, and creates a new page using the edited section as the title. This creates a refactoring workflow for markdown documents.
You can now view and reorder child pages in the page editor. The change happens immediately; The parent page does not need to be saved.
This action moves a selected page and renames any child references that use a name-only link.
This action renames a selected page and renames any child references that use a name-only link.
Clicking on the dashboard page icon will view the page instead of the opening the editor.
An Up action has been added to the edit-page titlebar actions. It will not appear on top level pages.
This plugin enables the navigation sidebar of the Learn2 Theme to have smooth scrolling on iOS and Android touch devices.
This plugin updates the admin titlebar menu to enable scrolling.
This plugin adds additional options to the +Add dropdown. An +Add dropdown menu is also added to the dashboard.
Many of the dialog options are not yet implemented.
Page and Pages Menus
A reports action is added to the Admin sidebar menu and displays a list of registered reports.
These reports are very basic, ugly, and are intended to be a simple proof-of-concept for the new Reports API.
The All Links and Images report displays all links and images used on the site, along with the pages that reference them.
The Unused Media report shows media that is not linked from Grav pages.
The Media By Page report shows each page and the media in the page folder.
Additional reports can be registered by the developer using the report service interface.
These tools are very experimental and not well-documented. Use them knowing that the API most likely will change.
The plugin adds additional twig functions to Grav.
Enhancements for working with remodal dialogs have been added.
This is a polymer-based widget that allows searching pages by name. Currently, AJAX is not used; (All the page names are initially sent to the client as data). The selected pages ID is used as the form data value.
section: type: section title: Move Page parentPageId: type: page-picker label: Page help: New parent page autofocus: true validate: required: true
This is a widget for drag-and-drop support for child pages. It is based off of the Grav sortable pages field.
This is a override of the standard Grav section field with the addition of setting the generated element's tag name and style. The default has no style and a
|tag||The element to enclose the section in.||p|
|style||The style attribute value.||empty|
description: type: section style: color:darkgrey;margin:0 1em tag: div text: > When renaming references and titles, the rendered page output is checked. If it matches the page's route, the page is flagged. Pages with dynamic links will be flagged, but since their source does not contain the link, they might still reference to the old route.
Several full-screen features, functions, and widgets are provided for developers.
An API for blazing fast client-side element filtering is included. Simply specify your selectors and text to match.
This will hide all elements with the class item that do not contain the text important
This will hide all item-container classes that do not have visible sub items with the class item.
By combining these 2 filters, you can filter items that contain text, and hide containers with no filtered items.
Features can be individually enabled on the plugin options page.