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Determining security level for Inline CMS editing

Thread began 10/29/2013 4:10 am by CraigR | Last modified 10/29/2013 12:57 pm by CraigR | 756 views | 3 replies

CraigRBeta Tester

Determining security level for Inline CMS editing

Normally a user needs administrator status in order to access inline editing of the CMS.
I have a site with several levels of security, which determine which pages or sections can be accessed
The security is such that it cascades from the top, so a Group Admin is also an Admin and a Member,
an Admin is also a Member etc. The levels are as follows, which are determined by userLevel ...

0 Group Admin
1 Admin
2 Member

At present, Admins and Group Admins are able to edit the CMS content, but I now want to further restrict this, so that only Group Admins have this ability
Is it possible to edit a global setting to restrict the editing ability to Group Admins ?

The only workaround I can find is to add 'true' to WA_getCMSContent() on each relevant page, which isn't a great solution for this scenario


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