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24 Posts
leomiranda
6 years ago
Topic

Hi all,

I found icon, in Content Type List,  to create free itens in backend. It's very amazing. :)

But, I can view personal List of my free itens, on backend, It's possible?

I created a personal List, in List & Search Type Manager, I found a icon search to view itens, but the list is in frontend.

Personal lists in backend, like a Article Manager, would be very useful.

For example, order management. 

Thank you,

Best Regards,

Get a Book for SEBLOD
6 years ago
2
Level 1

Hi Leo,

Sure you can do that. We use it on all our projects!

After creating your search type, you just need to go to the Module Manager.

Then.. add a new SEBLOD Admin Menu module, and use the "Custom Links" parameters.

The url should be: index.php?option=com_cck&view=list&search=[YOUR_SEARCH_TYPE_NAME]

Isn't it awesome?!

Regards,

Saba.

24 Posts
leomiranda
6 years ago
0
Level 2

Cooool,

Work like a charm! Fantastic!

Thank you Saba, another dream come true. :D

Now, with free Forms and these links, we no longer limited by Joomla CMS.

Seblod aways surprising me!

Je vous remercie.

93 Posts
nycxav
5 years ago
0
Level 2
Hi,
I'm trying to do the same thing but I don't know how to create the Seblod Admin Menu.
I looked in the list of modules I can create but didn't find anything like that.
Or is it the "standard" admin template override mechanism of Joomla to add menus in the back-end?
Help appreciated.
Thanks.
178 Posts
Jeka
6 years ago
0
Level 1

Hi, Saba and Leomiranda.

But what template are loading in this situation in back-end? 

For example if i want to place buttons for edit and delete items.. where i can put them? 

43 Posts
Sven
2 years ago
2
Level 1

Hi, 

thanks for this very helpful information. I have the same question Jeka asked 3 years ago: Is it possible to list the items of a certain content type including the standard joomla features like publish/unpublish, sort by drag and drop, delete, etc?

Because those features were missing in my list, I tried a different approach to get what I needed: Becauce my different content types usually sort their items into different categories, I tried to use the custom links option of the admin module to open a filtered view of the joomla article. For example /administrator/index.php?option=com_content&view=articles&filter_category_id=8
I hoped I would get what I needed with this approach, but it does not really work well.

Do you have any suggestions?

Thank you!
Sven

4229 Posts
Kadministrator
2 years ago
1
Level 2

Hi,

in the frontend you can do this

https://www.seblod.com/resources/tutorials/adding-drag-and-drop-ordering-functionality-to-your-front-end-managers

But last time I checked this did not work in backend as some functions are not implemented.

2 years ago
0
Level 3

Hello,

This will be fixed in upcoming release.

Here is the commit.

Regards,
Saba.

43 Posts
Sven
2 years ago
0
Level 1

@Klas
Thanks for your reply! I had a fast try, but could not make it work even in the frontend. But I guess I made a misteake somewhere - I will try again when the fix Saba mentioned is released.

@Saba
Thank you for the good news!

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