Page and Post Description


The “Page and Post Description” plugin extends the capabilities of the standard Post-List in the Admin Panel.

Posts and Pages do not have Descriptions by default, but sometimes, when a lot of time passes, it can be difficult to remember what exactly is written in a particular page. And you have to spend time opening this Post to see its contents. A small Description – like a Note, can be of great help in some situations.

It is this new “Description” Field that is added to each Post. And it can be changed both on the Edit page (in the form of a Widget), and directly in the List of Posts (Posts and Pages)

The “Description” field (for brevity in the List named “Note” to make the most of the workspace and at the same time avoid abbreviations) is highlighted on a separate line for the entire width of the List, because these Descriptions can be long and detailed. Otherwise, there is no point in them.

This Plugin gives you this opportunity.

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* Works for Pages and Posts.
* Does not add a new Column to the List, compressing the standard set of Post Columns to inconvenience.
* The “Description” can be edited on the edit pages or directly in the List without the need to update.
* You can separately select on which Lists the plugin “Page and Post Description” will work: Pages / Posts.
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List-Forms for Gravity

The “List-Forms for Gravity” plugin extends the capabilities of the standard Forms-List in the Admin Panel on the “Gravity Forms” & “Gravity View” pages.

A new line with a Description of the Form itself is harmoniously added to each line with the Form, which indicates its Name, ID, Number of Records and Number of Views, as well as an Interactive Control Unit.
This Note – is the “Description” field on the “Settings” page of each GF/GV Form.

It would seem that it would be good for this Description to be initially in a separate Column right after the Title, but if you think carefully, you realize that no – not good. The point is that Names can be long, and Descriptions can be even longer, otherwise they simply don’t make sense. And besides, the same Interactive Control Unit 0n requires a lot of space and takes up half the width of the Form List table.

It is possible that the “Description” field is not used by many. And therefore, the developers did not bother about this. Although, the developers could also make the List Customization option.
But if there are really many Forms, then the Description is simply necessary.

This Plugin gives you this opportunity.

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* Fits harmoniously with the usual style of the List of Forms.

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