CP Filters for Craft CMS
Advanced filtering for Entry elements in the control panel.
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- Craft CMS v4.0.0+
- PHP 8.0.2+
Add the following to your composer.json requirements. Be sure to adjust the version number to match the version you wish to install.
The following settings may be configured in a cpfilters.php config file.
This is an array of entry type IDs, not to be confused with the section IDs.
'filterableEntryTypeIds' => [1,5,10],
Specify an array of Asset volume IDs to restrict which volumes are filterable.
'filterableAssetVolumeIds' => [2,3,8],
Specify an array of Category group IDs to restrict which groups are filterable.
'filterableCategoryGroupIds' => [1,2,4,5,6,10],
Specify an array of Tag group IDs to restrict which groups are filterable.
'filterableTagGroupIds' => [1,2],
Register custom field types as filterable by supplying the fully qualified class name and an array of filter options. The following filter options are available. Be careful to choose appropriate filter options because not all field types can support all the filters.
is equal to,
is greater than,
is less than,
is not empty
<?php 'additionalFieldTypes' = [ 'modules\masuga\fields\CategoriesMultipleSources' => ['is assigned', 'is empty', 'is not empty'] ],
Specify whether or not Craft Commerce is installed on this site and should be available to CP Filters. Note: Currently, the only filterable "objects" from Craft Commerce that are available to CP Filters are Products and Orders.
Specify an array of Product Type IDs to restrict which types are filterable.
You can save the set of currently selected filters to easily view the results later. Filters are saved per User.
- Filter by more element types: Assets, Users, Orders, Products