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Control which buttons show in the editor?

Thread began 1/14/2010 12:09 am by andrea396181 | Last modified 1/30/2010 11:15 am by jan195010 | 1138 views | 2 replies |


Control which buttons show in the editor?

I'm not sure I want my clients to have as much power as the PowerCMS gives them, and some of them are overwhelmed by the button panel in the editor--they just want the basic buttons to add content and links, upload files, and maybe do a little styling. And I don't want them to be adding too many new things that could break my design. Is there a way to control which buttons they see (show some, hide others)?

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Hi Andrea,

In cms/WA_iRite/custom/contents_insert_ContentValue1.js and cms/WA_iRite/custom/contents_update_ContentValue1.js edit the following code:

FCKConfig.ToolbarSets["Custom"] = [
]; /* Toolbar end */

either comment out an entire toolbar or remove the items from then that you don't want to appear.


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deleted - posted in wrong place sorry

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