When setting up your cms in Modify Mode, there are a many module types available; allowing your clients to do everything they would ever need to.
Add / Edit
As its name suggests, add / edit allows you add a new row or edit an existing row in a database using the range of field types available in Edditt. It would be common for this module to be linked with a listing module enabling easy access to all available items.
This module allows you to edit apre–specified row in a database using the range of field types available in Edditt. This can be useful if you want to allow users to edit an item, while not being able to add any new ones (e.g. managing a pre–set number of fields on a homepage).
This allows your client to export the contents (or a selection of contents) from a database table or a remote JSON array to CSV or Excel format.
This straightforward module, allows you to use Edditt as a hub for your clients to login or connect to external services, and removes the need for your client to remember any logins other than that of their Edditt instance.
This module is useful for tasks such as bulk uploading and resizing of photos, importing CSV/Excel data, or any other sort of batch processing. Import allows your client to upload a file or a number of files to the system which are then passed off to an URL of your choice for processing.
Listing view allows you to output the rows of a database table for the user to see. You can choose which columns to output, and the default ordering to display. Additionally, you can perform SQL joins on the table, so that columns from other tables can be shown.
The output of the listing is a sortable table, allowing the user to decide what column to order the table by, and how many rows to display at a given time.
The perfect module for keeping things in the optimum order; featured items on a homepage for example. An ordering module allows you to change the order that a collection of items appear in.
This provides a tree like view of items that can be sorted and nested to an unlimited or a specified depth. It is particularly useful for holding the navigational structure of your site. Items are made up of a unique id, a display field and a link field.