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

2 years 10 months ago - 2 years 10 months 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 :)

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2 years 10 months 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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2 years 10 months 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state (1 = published, 0 = unpublished, there are more.)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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1 month 2 weeks ago #77246 by kath
ok, I'm having the same requirement again, so here I go:

How can I hide my user's own, unpublished items in frontend?

Thanks a lot!
Kath

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1 month 2 weeks ago #77248 by ggppdk
Hello

Regarding the old question for backend
in component configuration "Items Manager" TAB you can select to list
viewable items
or
editable items (e.g. even if an item is meant for guests (=unlogged users), then your backend authors can still see and edit it)


Regarding the new question for frontend
Authors by default are able to view items they own, even if they are not published
this way they can modify them

There is a trick that you can use to hide them

1. Create a new Radio field
"Hide item"
0%%No
1%%Yes

2. Set default value to 0 (aka do not hide)

3. Make field editable only by admins, and hide it in frontend item form

4. Edit the all items and make hide the unpublished item (set to "Yes") save them
Note even published items need to loaded and saved
- so it is best to configure this in new websites, otherwise you will edit a lot of items

5. At menu item or at top level categories, or at component create a locked filter
(categories) Display TAB / Search Filter TAB / Field Filters TAB

field_id##0

e.g.
57##0


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1 month 2 weeks ago #77249 by ggppdk
Hello

if you do the above then

You could automate the creation of the new field "Hide Item" according to "state"
but this will need extra steps, please test my above answer first


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