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An interface to let your admins add and edit presentation pages to your Laravel 6, 7 or 8 website, by defining page templates with any number of content areas and any number of content types. Uses Laravel Backpack.

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1) Add a file to define your page templates in

: ```php <?php

namespace App;

trait PageTemplates { /* |-------------------------------------------------------------------------- | Page Templates for Backpack\PageManager |-------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | Each page template has its own method, that define what fields should show up using the Backpack\CRUD API. | Use snake_case for naming and PageManager will make sure it looks pretty in the create/update form | template dropdown. | | Any fields defined here will show up after the standard page fields: | - select template | - page name (only seen by admins) | - page title | - page slug */

private function services()
    $this->crud->addField([   // CustomHTML
                    'name' => 'metas_separator',
                    'type' => 'custom_html',
                    'value' => '


', ]); $this->crud->addField([ 'name' => 'meta_title', 'label' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.meta_title'), 'fake' => true, 'store_in' => 'extras', ]); $this->crud->addField([ 'name' => 'meta_description', 'label' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.meta_description'), 'fake' => true, 'store_in' => 'extras', ]); $this->crud->addField([ 'name' => 'meta_keywords', 'type' => 'textarea', 'label' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.meta_keywords'), 'fake' => true, 'store_in' => 'extras', ]); $this->crud->addField([ // CustomHTML 'name' => 'content_separator', 'type' => 'custom_html', 'value' => '


', ]); $this->crud->addField([ 'name' => 'content', 'label' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.content'), 'type' => 'wysiwyg', 'placeholder' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.content_placeholder'), ]); }

private function about_us() { $this->crud->addField([ 'name' => 'content', 'label' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.content'), 'type' => 'wysiwyg', 'placeholder' => trans('backpack::pagemanager.content_placeholder'), ]); }

} ```

2) In your terminal

composer require backpack/pagemanager

3) Publish the views, migrations and the PageTemplates trait:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Backpack\PageManager\PageManagerServiceProvider"

4) Run the migration to have the database table we need:

php artisan migrate

5) [optional] Add a menu item for it in resources/views/vendor/backpack/base/inc/sidebar.blade.php or menu.blade.php:

php artisan backpack:add-sidebar-content "


  1. Go to yourapp/admin/page and see how it works.
  2. Define your own templates in app/PageTemplates.php using the Backpack\CRUD API.

Example front-end

No front-end is provided (Backpack only takes care of the admin panel), but for most projects this front-end code will be all you need:

(1) Create a catch-all route at the end of your routes file:

/** CATCH-ALL ROUTE for Backpack/PageManager - needs to be at the end of your routes.php file  **/
Route::get('{page}/{subs?}', ['uses' => '\App\Http\Controllers\[email protected]'])
    ->where(['page' => '^(((?=(?!admin))(?=(?!\/)).))*$', 'subs' => '.*']);

(2) Create

that actually shows the page. ```php <?php

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use Backpack\PageManager\app\Models\Page; use App\Http\Controllers\Controller;

class PageController extends Controller { public function index($slug, $subs = null) { $page = Page::findBySlug($slug);

    if (!$page)
        abort(404, 'Please go back to our homepage.');

$this-&gt;data['title'] = $page-&gt;title;
$this-&gt;data['page'] = $page-&gt;withFakes();

return view('pages.'.$page-&gt;template, $this-&gt;data);


} ```

(3) Create the views for those templates (how those pages actually look - the HTML CSS JS) and place them in your

directory. Inside those blade files, you can use the
variable. That's where all the page content is stored. For more complicated pages, you can also use fake fields in your page templates. You'll also find those attributes in the

Note: if you find yourself in need of sending extra data to a view you load on multiple pages, you should consider using a view composer;


If you need to make any modifications to the controller, model or request, you should: - make sure

is published; if not, publish it using
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Backpack\PageManager\PageManagerServiceProvider"
; - create a new controller/model that extends the one in the package; - enter controller or model in the pagemanager.php config file, and that's the one that the CRUD will be using;

Change log

Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.


$ composer test


Please see CONTRIBUTING and CONDUCT for details.

Overwriting Functionality

If you need to modify how this works in a project: - create a

file; the package will see that, and load your routes file, instead of the one in the package; - create controllers/models that extend the ones in the package, and use those in your new routes file; - modify anything you'd like in the new controllers/models;


If you discover any security related issues, please email [email protected] instead of using the issue tracker.



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