Backend - Content: Show all pages (not only 15)

bnetz
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You can only set the number of items or posts that are shown on the home or blog page.
That means you cannot use the plugin to show all pages/entries on one admin-page if I understand right?

My main purpose is not (only) to edit pages but to get an overview about the pages, arrange them etc. Imagine you create a page and forget to set the parent. The page is in a different location you expect it, the quickest way to find it would be to have a list of all pages in the backend.

EDIT:
I tried adminbar, but this doesn't seem to work correctly. When I click "edit post" on the admin-bar in the frontend the link that's opened is something like xyz.com/admin/edit-content/url-name - this redirects to the admin-homepage xyz.com/admin/content
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bnetz wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 5:35 pm That means you cannot use the plugin to show all pages/entries on one admin-page if I understand right?
Yes, the plugin does not work in the admin area.

But you can set the value for the admin area in the file variables.php in the directory /bl-kernel/boot (lines 28/29):

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// Items per page for admin area
define('ITEMS_PER_PAGE_ADMIN', 20);
I tried adminbar, but this doesn't seem to work correctly. When I click "edit post" on the admin-bar in the frontend the link that's opened is something like xyz.com/admin/edit-content/url-name - this redirects to the admin-homepage xyz.com/admin/content
The plugin cannot handle child pages. I contacted the author and asked to fix it.

Sorry for the confusion in this thread!
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bnetz
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But you can set the value for the admin area in the file variables.php in the directory /bl-kernel/boot (lines 28/29):
Thanks! This is what I originally was searching for. You set the value to 1000 and #bam you are done. Perhaps a warning for all with the same problem: When you are updating Bludit this setting will be gone and has to changed manually again.

Ok, thanks for your help, Edi - outstanding support as always!

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