Found it !
I could not see for looking.
Found it !
I could not see for looking.
I have lost my way.
I am trying to change the password complexity for registrations but can't find the place to do it.
Can someone remind me ?
Thanks for that.
Got a first rate result.
I think that I may have asked this question before, but I can't find it ?
How do I get rid of the Logo and the space that it reserves for it's use?
I have tried setting the Global settings in the style editing to 0 and 0 for the height and width, then click submit.
But it keeps coming back again with the settings set as before ?
I thought that the register button was the little button at the top right of each page, along with the login and search gizmo.
I have managed to get rid of it !
Many thanks !
I do not have a 'Box' called Registration ?
I have ...
in that order
If I view the 'Page' Registration as the Admin, I get this error message ....
Access denied. You’re not authorized to view this page.
I want to disable the Blue backed registration box that sits at the right of the page.
The details at the top right of the page are plenty good enough.
I can't find this in the Boxes section, and in some of the pages in the pages section a few likely looking pages have nothing in then apart from a error message to tell me that I do not have permission to View/Access.
Despite being signed in a the Admin ?
For your information, my reply (of which the "text" immediately below has already been stated in Post 16) is :
'I will wait until Version 5.2 of Woltlab Forum Software is available before taking any further action on this issue of Articles.'
The Woltlab Developers must have had a logical reason for upgrading "Articles" in Version 5.2 of the Woltlab Forum Software.
I am comfortable in waiting for that upgraded Version to be made available.
I have, with the same result.
But, am I missing something, or is it just not possible ?
That is what I need to know.
Is it possible to allow a user to submit articles for publication ?
I have disabled everything in the admin panel except can access ACP, and can Submit Articles.
This gives the user the option to submit articles for publication, but they go straight past any moderation which I do not wish.
It also provides the admin version on the toolbar of the text input area, with the option of html etc, again I do not wish this.
And this text input page also displays the admin icon, not the users icon.
What is the solution to this ?
Well I have spent some time trying to sort this one and it seems that the html option has vanished from my disallowed bbcodes list.
So if it is not there, I am unable to deny it.
See the attachment about this. I have disabled everything in the admin panel except can access ACP, and can Submit Articles.
I am going round in circles here ...
An excellent question!
Alexander Ebert: After thinking this subject over more carefully today, I must admit the mere thought of anyone getting access to the ACP
to any degree - especially with regards to individuals coming to my forum whom I know absolutely nothing about -
scares the "living daylights" out of me!
So unless you can explain this issue of "limited ACP access" in terms that are more reassuring to me, the upcoming Version 5.2
(with regard to Articles) is probably the best way to proceed.
I am able to give the user group access to the ACP, I can permit the users to submit articles, but they are able to submit articles without permission which I certainly do not want, I can't find a way to deny them this. And I cant find the setting to deny them access to the Admin toolbar for inputting text. It has the sort of options that only I want to have for security reasons.
And what is version 5.2 ?
What are the benefits ?
When does it arrive ?
How much does it cost ?
Will it take my dog for a walk ?
What is the bottom line ?
Can users have the ability to submit articles ?
I created a user to test this, and sure enough that user gets presented with the option to add an article.
But, when doing so they are presented with the Admin toolbar giving options that I do not want them to have. Things like html 5 etc.
And when this user submits the article it is published straight away without moderation.
Also, when at the point of entering text the Users icon is not displayed, the Admin icon is displayed.
Thank you for that !
Very glad to hear it
Sorry to hear that.
For the moment I am keeping myself as the sole Blogger.
But, I want to be able to enable registered users to to submit articles for publication in the Non-Blog article area.
As the admin, when I access the articles page I am presented with the option to submit an article, but if I log in as a user, I am not.
Am I trying to achieve something that is not possible ?
If I sign into my blog as the Admin, I can insert html 5 via the toolbar into my posts.
But I seem to be unable to permit another user to do the same.
Even if I add the user to the Admin group, they will not get the toolbar to allow this, on top of that, if I try to edit their post as the Admin, I will not be presented with that toolbar option either.
How can this be ?
It works !
But, I have to add the media tags for this one as it does not do so automatically.
I have this working with the video link, if I were to use the provided iframe details, where would I place this iframe code ?
I have looked at the list of Media Providers and would like to add BitChute.
But where do I get the details required to add this provider ?
I have looked at BitChute and can't find any hint of what to do.
I had wondered about that.
I am confused as to which html is supported and which is not. Being able to create a table with the TD being set to specific dimensions like height and width would be a help. Because within these spaces 'self hosted' videos could be placed quite ok, as long as the table structure remained true.