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Core Statistics
$15.00
1 Review

Generates an overview of statistics about your concrete5 installation.

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Script Output
$15.00
1 Review

Include ad-hoc scripts without breaking or affecting edit mode

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Devoda Page Speed Checker
$30.00
0 Reviews

Scan/check your pages for speed and log all results. Get your scores up for Google/search engines - using PageSpeed Insights. Must have for proper page checking!

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Composer Security
Free
0 Reviews

Check your composer files for vulnerabilities reported via SensioLabs. A must have for Composer users!

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Login Log
$15.00
0 Reviews

Keep verbose logs of each authentication.

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Transaction fix for New Relic APM
Free
0 Reviews

A helpful micro package for monitoring your concrete5 site with New Relic.

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Tokens
$25.00
0 Reviews

Whale "Tokens", enables you to create sitewide variables and use them on any blocks.

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catapult
$15.00
0 Reviews

Document Block, Image Slider Block, Google Static Map Block, White Label Options - catapult is one add-on with tons of functionality, built to a consistent high quality framework, actively maintained and supported by the same developer, problem solved.

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code block
$15.00
0 Reviews

This block is for display of code that is source code, css, html and so on.

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Package Magic Starter
$30.00
0 Reviews

Take the pain out of manually installing packages.

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GA Popular Pages
$25.00
0 Reviews

GA Popular Pages adds a block to show your most popular pages from Google Analytics.

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Goutnet MaxMind IP-GeoLoc, for 5.7
Free
0 Reviews

IP-Geo-localisation and redirection rules with MaxMind

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Code Helper
$20.00
0 Reviews

Fill in a form, hit 'Generate the code!' and Code Helper will generate the code you need. Theming (and coding) for concrete5 made easy for you.

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Conditional Content
$25.00
0 Reviews

Only render blocks under certain conditions. E.g. on a specifc weekday.

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Common Markdown
$15.00
1 Review

Markdown editor that supports the CommonMark specification. Prevent bloated HTML and write in clean Markdown instead!