[pmwiki-users] Side Bar not following Edit password

Tegan Dowling tmdowling at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 14:50:58 CST 2005

Is Neil correct, that the Site/SideBar is edit-enabled via a "nopass"?

Whether it is or not, I agree with your conclusion, that we need a way to
assign the default to a field:

We typically assign some easy passwords for use during construction, and
then let our users select their own passwords once they have the thing
populated and they're trained on using it. Manually setting a password to be
the same as the default, as it stands, means having to remember later to go
re-set the password to the new default once that changes. A pain.

On 11/21/05, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 03:06:10PM -0500, Kass Lloyd wrote:
> > I have a global edit password on my site (people keep defaceing it,
> > grr...) but the Site.SideBar dosn't need a password too edit, even
> > with a global edit password set in the config.php. I'm running the
> > most recent version.
> Just set the edit password on Site.SideBar to be the same
> as the global password.
> I think this pretty clearly indicates that we need some sort
> of password value that means "use the site default" or
> "use the same settings as page XYZ".
> Pm
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