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Incognito fields work exactly like regular PlainText fields, except that they can be configured to be disabled, readonly or hidden for element editor forms.

A good example use case for Incognito is whenever you need a field that shouldn't be editable via the CP – for example, if you want to save data from a feed or external API to a field on an entry, without authors being able to edit that content.

It's also possible to override the rendering mode on a per-field basis using custom Twig logic. A good use case example is a field that is hidden or readonly for all users except admins – or a field that's only editable for new entries.

Incognito fields are completely compatible with PlainText fields and can be converted to and from the latter without data loss.

Installation Instructions

To install this plugin, copy the command above to your terminal.

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Craft 3, Craft 4
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