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razorbiker

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Notes Section in the Admin Panel
« on: August 05, 2006, 08:20:33 pm »

I currently run 3 different CPG sites. I assume that like most of us users, in addition to the admin account...we also have one (or more regular accounts for testing and maybe even for "stealth" browsing of the gallery.

Anyway, with that many GPG sites, it would be very helpful for the admin area to have a "notes" or free text area to keep information about the gallery such as mods, usernames, notes, etc.  Keeping it in this area would be very easy to access quickly.

Is this way out there in requests?

Thanks for consideration.

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Re: Notes Section in the Admin Panel
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2006, 08:51:46 pm »

This could be done as a plugin ...something like google notebook
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Re: Notes Section in the Admin Panel
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2006, 11:26:49 pm »

This is something pretty easy to implement if you keep it basic. Basically, add a new entry in the config table in the db, then edit the language file to make it easy to edit the entry within Config. Something more complicated would be beyond the scope of the gallery, in my opinion. As bmossavari suggested, this is also a good plugin idea.

I'm actually using Google Notebook to list my mods in my public notebook, so others can see what I've used in my gallery. I use another private notebook for notes to self.
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