Is there a way to change the visibility of a page circumventing the dialog/modal (see screenshot) which is asking to change either the order OR the visibility? I’d like to try to implement a small toggle switch to JUST change the visibility (see screenshot).
Of course it’s possible to add a simple checkbox-field and ask for it’s status, but then the drag and drop-function on the subpages-page doesn’t work anymore – because it obviously changes the status but not the hypothetical checkbox-field.
(I also tried the status-plugin from @jenstornell, https://github.com/jenstornell/kirby-status)
Thanks for your advice!
What do you expect to happen? Make page visible and use the last sort order plus one?
I’m trying to implement a Publish/Unpublish-toggle switch instead of using the sidebar-Status-toggle switch so that the modal window isn’t being triggered. Do you think that’s possible?
Yes, you can achieve that with a custom fiield that triggers publishing of the page
I read the docs but could you nevertheless maybe point me in the right direction, scripting-wise? That would be really appreciated!
Thanks for your help!
I mean not on how to script a field in general but what commands I would need for the state-changing.
Maybe you could have a look at some example custom fields here:
Your field would have to call a route that takes on the job of making the page visible.
The method to make a page visible is
$page->sort(). To get the correct number to append the page at the end, sort pages by number and then get the number of the last page with
Thanks for your quick reply!
Can I also use the
Ah, sorry, I might have misunderstood the hooks. Sry.
The panel.page.sort hook only kicks after you have sorted a page via the Panel, so that doesn’t get you anywhere.