Drupal Module: menu_editor

Those of you managing Drupal sites with large menus (even better if translated) will know that it can take some time (understatement) to edit your menus and re-organize them.

The menu_editor plugin install easily without dependencies and offers a new entry in the menu edition area.

Once you select “POWER EDIT” (which it really is), you get access to a single page where you can edit each menu entry (link, name, language, status). With this, editing your menus becomes a pleasure and not a torture.

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  • Hi Yannick,

    the menu_editor plugin looks very usefull.
    Another plugin quite usefull to administer faster drupal is “Administration menu” http://drupal.org/project/admin_menu . Indeed every pages of the admin can be accessed with just one click thanks to a discret dropdown menu.

    Actually it could be quite interesting to create a summary of every modules making the drupal admin more pleasant to use.


    • Yannick Warnier
      3 September, 2010 at 4:02 pm  - 

      Hi Eric,

      You’re right, we use admin_menu on all our sites already (around 15). There is another one called “admin” (just that: http://drupal.org/project/admin) which is also an excellent addition (duplicates admin_menu’s features but in another way). I’ll try to compile a list, but a quick way to have it is to use http://drupalmodules.com and search for “admin” 😉

      Nice to hear from you. Hope you’re preparing us an excellent next version 2.0 of the D. software

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