This module is a quick way to add additional icons to your control panel without having to install a number of different modules or a component. The Joomla 1.6-1.7-2.5 version can also be used to display the icons in the title position so they show on all pages.
Detailed documentation can be found at: http://www.keashly.net/administration/kc-admin-quickicons
Joomla 3.x Version Changelog:
3.1.0 - Added new grid layout, added ability to open links in a new browser window, fixed strict standard warnings
3.0.0 - initial release upgraded to be compatible with Joomla! 3.0, changed to location for custom icons to /administrator/modules/mod_kc_admin_quickicons/images or a sub-folder under that folder, removed the title.css as the new Joomla 3.0 template doesn't have a title postion setup.
Joomla! 1.6-2.5 Version Changelog:
2.2.0 - Added ability to open links in a new browser window, fixed strict standard warnings
2.1.1 - Feature additions: ablilty to choose css file to match module Position or add your own custom css file, ability to order the icons, added 5 more icons. Alternative layout added to modules advanced features. Changed DS to / so the module will work on localhost and Windows installs.
2.0.1Beta - Support for installations in a sub-directory added
2.0.0Beta - initial release
Joomla! 1.5 Version Changelog:
1.0.4 - Changed DS to / so the module will work on localhost and Windows installs.
1.0.3 - fixed php error when user didn't have a quick icon set for its level
This module goes a long way to help with this by enabling me to configure the key aspects a client would need in an attractive menu that is tailored to their specific web site.
It installed without any issues and was configured within minutes.
Excellent work LK :)
The only improvements I can see would be to allow more then ten icons out-of-the-box. The stock quick icons mod doesn't suite my client needs (I really don't want them to have quick access to some of the defaults), and if this mod could have more than 10, I'd just replace the stock mod.
The other thing would be to be able to reorder them without having to re-enter each one. The latter would probably require restructuring the mod and making it database driven- so why mess with a good thing?
Thanks for the great work- it is really useful!