[pmwiki-users] Help :How to hide command buttons from normal viewers, but not from administrators ?
xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Fri Jun 21 08:12:58 CDT 2013
What you are looking for is to have the actions available via shortcut
keys, but NOT make the links visible when not authorized, correct?
As once the edit-action is undertaken, the user will be prompted for
What I do is something like the following:
(:if auth edit:)
* %item rel=nofollow class=rename
(:if ! auth edit:)
%item rel=nofollow class=rename
If it's unclear, at the end of the "! auth eidt" link -- there's no text.
so nothing appears, but the access-key is still present.
There's no visibility to toggle it on, however.
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On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 6:06 AM, tamouse mailing lists <
tamouse.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jun 21, 2013 2:38 AM, "Thant Sin Lin" <tslin.ucsy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I need to toggle visibility of command buttons "edit, history, etc...".
> > Eg. if my page is www.mypmwiki.com, everyone visit that page don't see
> command buttons.
> > If I enter www.mypmwiki.com/administrator, I want to see command
> > Of course, even I access from second URL, I have to fill password.
> > I know I can remove or hide command buttons from template file.
> > But doing like this prevent everyone from editing pages including
> > I loaded my pmwiki site inside iframe of my Main site.
> > So I cannot edit pages by adding "?action" to URL.
> > I don't want to create another pmwiki site for administrator and publich
> changes to live site everytime by copying wiki.d folder.
> > It's Ok to create another pmwiki site if not require to copy wiki.d
> folder manually everytime I made changes.
> > Please let me know how can I achieve this.
> > I surfed the web for a long time and still can't find the solution.
> > Thanks in advanced.
> > Robin
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> I don't know how you manage authorization, but wrapping the buttons for
> admin use only is generally done like so:
> (:if auth edit:)
> ... button stuff...
> also, you should have an edit password. A user can read the page source
> snd see the path in your iframe, and bypass your main site without
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