Filter allowed content element types by column
When creating a new Content Element the resultiong wizzard should be configurable by column. Lets say in the column for the Header we want to alow only an Imgae an a certain Flash Plugin, in the Cloumn for the footer there should be only Text. The two Content-Columns should alow everything.
TYPO3 contains a hook wich easily alows to create this Feature. I wrote a small non-published Extension wich does this. But I believe the Feature should rather be added to modernbe.
The wish for such a Feature was also voiced onj the TYPO3 Camp Potsdam.
#15 Updated by Jo Hasenau almost 3 years ago
- Subject changed from Integrating Filtering of Availible Content Elements by Column to Filter allowed content element types by column
- Status changed from Accepted to In Progress
- Target version set to 8 LTS
Basically this would implement the feature currently provided by Gridelements.
Still there are several places that are not fully covered by Gridelements, so having this feature in the core will have to take care of those as well.
#17 Updated by Jo Hasenau over 2 years ago
Christian Kuhn wrote:
how does gridelements solve that?
Gridelements solves that in 3 different places:
1.) Via a hook within the new content element wizard checking some parameters sent by the "add content" buttons
2.) With an itemsProcFunc for the CType dropdown checking some parameters delivered by page backend layouts and/or gridelements backend layouts
3.) With some JS magic during Drag & Drop checking some classes created while rendering the backend layouts based columns in the page module
Still there are things like cut/copy & paste - especially in the list module, references aka "insert records" and other things to take care of, when you want a perfect solution.
I have been contacted by Stucki, since they have got a feature request especially for the "insert records" part, so we should discuss that in a kind of special interest group with you and Benni and maybe create something cool based on sponsoring.
#20 Updated by Riccardo De Contardi over 1 year ago
See also EXT:content_defender (https://extensions.typo3.org/extension/content_defender/)