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Thread began 12/31/2009 8:42 am by va396092 | Last modified 12/31/2009 10:29 am by gruant2000381341 | 1032 views | 6 replies |

va396092

Pre-sales, clients view

I've been researching PowerCMS quite extensively. I am looking for a simple CMS to offer my clients who want to maintain their own content.

My only concern with PowerCMS, thus far, is the Designer Note access/view given to clients. I read in post, on this thread, that the developer had a client who got a little curious and experimented with the Notes. I've had similar incidences in the past...was not pretty!

Questions:

1.) Can one of your Security solutions be integrated with PowerCMS to give client all access except the Designer Note? But, still make it available to the Designer. For example, 2 types of login, perhaps a Developer/Client login. This appears to be a common feature across popular CMS'.

2.) If not, would you consider incorporating this feature in an upcoming upgrade?

Ciao,
Monica

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gruant2000381341

actually the easiest way to take care of this would be to comment out the code you don't want messed with once you get everything set up the way you want.

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gruant2000381341

I found this thread which has info about commenting out those items
showthread.php?t=7637

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va396092

Thx Grunt...

I saw that thread and will have to revisit it to get an understanding.
I do understanding the commenting out tag in HTML..just need to see what I'll be commenting out and in what view. On the webpage or in one for the CMS config file?

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va396092

Okay, I see that its the menu.php file inside of CSSMenuWriter.
That should do it. I'll play with it upon purchase/install.

Thx again.

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gruant2000381341

I haven't really dug into the newest dot release to make sure the files are the same. But according to the other thread, you want to do this in the menu.php file in CSSMenuWriter> cssmw folder about line 25. You do that in code view. And I would comment it out as opposed to deleting it in case the client ever wants more content added. Then you could just delete the <!-- --> instead of re-entering that info

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gruant2000381341

I just looked into the newest release (102), and it is the same...line 25

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