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Linh Nguyen
Dec 12, 2023
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Create media content types from UI

In CMS UI 12.26.0, a new feature is made to support creating media content types, similar to how users can create page types and block types.

Users will need to specify which media type they want to create and which media extensions the content type is going to support.

The supported media extension list is displayed in Content type page > Settings. For content types created from code, the supported media extension list is readonly.

Dec 12, 2023

Comments

Mark Hall
Mark Hall Dec 13, 2023 04:04 PM

Nice, much needed for SAAS CMS

Praful Jangid
Praful Jangid Feb 26, 2024 04:58 AM

Great addition. Thanks for sharing.

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