Solved [solved] Admin sees all articles in Frontend - how to disable?

11 months 5 days ago - 11 months 4 days ago #65672 by kath
hi there,

my client with admin-rights sees all articles in frontend - also the non-published ones - when logged-in. He's frequently scared by that.
I want to disable that circumstance for him.
I know I can do it via template-php by checking each item's state.
But is there some config I just did't see that does that?

Thanks a lot!
k :)
Last Edit: 11 months 4 days ago by kath.

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11 months 5 days ago #65673 by micker
that joomla acl rules => if user can't see article he can't manage it .... that for

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11 months 4 days ago #65691 by kath
ok, thanks for your reply.
In case someone needs it: I solved it in my template by checking:
1) $item->state (1 = published, 0 = unpublished, there are more.)
2) $item->publish_down (when not set: '0000-00-00 00:00:00'; when expired: < date('Y-m-d h:m:s'))
with the effect that even admins can edit only in BE (which is desired in my case).
cheers!
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