Whether you're a content editor or a developer, we want to make your Umbraco experience as pleasing as possible, so we've created a bulk of awesome packages that help ease your pain or simply make you smile. Managing media, viewing data, and entering content has never been simpler! Check them out, and if you're in love? Give them a download or get in touch!
If you have a problem that you want solved to make your life easier as a content editor - we'd love to work with you on a project! Want something built? We promise we can do it.
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Sortable Drag and Drop is a replacement for the media grid list view that permits you to sort media items by dragging and dropping them inside the grid view itself.
This package allows editors to create multiple crops, each with their own focal points and zoom ratings, from a single large image on a piece of content. Idea for use cases like highlighting important features of a product.
It's not always easy to imagine what a picked piece of content is going to look like from a page name or an id. This package allows your editors to get an idea of how their content is going when selected for use on another page.
Banners are probably the most common request on a website, and most marketing teams want the flexibility to customize them how they want. This can require multiple fields in Umbraco that are clunky and often confusing, so we've made it easier by combining everything into one place!
This package allows your editors to easily organize a frequently asked questions section on their site without having to deal with nodes embedded in nodes embedded in... you get the idea.
Tired of clicking into every page just to get some basic information? This package adds context to the flyout menu when right-clicking a content item to give you quick, basic information for less clicks!
Seeing how DocTypes map to each other, what inheritance they have, and what components they're using can be daunting. This package takes away that pain by using a chord diagram to show how DocTypes map together as well as a handy table that lists data in easy-to-parse chunks.