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Offline wacl3

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user wysiwyg frontend editing
« on: 18.12.2020 01:25:10 »
Hi,
Is it possible to turn on the front end wysiwyg editor (JCE) for the users to edit text in descriptions.  Also I DO NOT want the front end user to have access to the buttons below the text box in the editor, ie  Download  Simple Image Gallery Pro  Module  Menu  Contact  Article  Image
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Is it possible for the front end users to have wysiwyg editor but no access to buttons as described above
thanks

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Re: user wysiwyg frontend editing
« Reply #1 on: 18.12.2020 01:40:27 »
Hi,
I also want to limit the amount of wysiwyg editing buttons available to the front end users.  ie I dont want the front end user to be able to access the media folder eg, so I dont want 'add image' available to the front end user...
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Offline ColinM

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Re: user wysiwyg frontend editing
« Reply #2 on: 18.12.2020 23:40:20 »
Hi
The simple answer is yes.Most of the work required is in the JCE editor to set up a specific profile.
It is also simpler if those users who are allowed to edit the Downloads are in a specific User Group called say download-editor whose parent UG is the Registered UG.
In the JCE Editor you can control which buttons appear on the JCE panel.

For the Buttons such as Button-Field that are in the Plugins you can control who can see thse by setting the Access to a view level that does not include Public, Registered or download-editor.

Colin
« Last Edit: 18.12.2020 23:42:16 by ColinM »