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Overview

With the “Sidebar content” plugin for Redmine project administrators are now able to add custom content to the project side bar. The plugin allows to add a text, a Wiki page or HTML code. This content can be shown for some pages/URLs or for all pages.

The plugin can be used for adding Google Ads, “Donate” button, issue creation instructions, Facebook and/or Twitter buttons, screenshots etc - just anything that can be written in HTML.

The plugin also allows to enable the sidebar for project pages, that do not have the one by default.

Issue tracking

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Bug 0 8 8
Feature 6 2 8
Support 0 3 3
Patch 1 1 2
Translation 1 2 3

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Author: Andriy Lesyuk

Latest news

Sidebar 0.1.2 - a maintenance release
Support for Redmine 2.5.x - per-project and global visibility fixed...
Added by Andriy Lesyuk over 4 years ago

Sidebar on Redmine 2.2.x and 2.3.x
Finally, the Sidebar Content plugin, which was known not to work with Redmine 2.2.x and 2.3.x, does supports these two versions...
Added by Andriy Lesyuk about 5 years ago

Sidebar visibility and Redmine 2.x.x (8 comments)
Sidebar 0.1.0 comes with global and per-project visibility configuration (for pages which do not have sidebar by default) and Redmine 2.x support.
Added by Andriy Lesyuk about 6 years ago

Sidebar content 0.0.3
Fixed Wiki formatting errors (related to h1, h2 etc headings). Added German, Spanish and Korean languages. Made some refactoring.
Added by Andriy Lesyuk about 7 years ago

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