[TYPO3] News question
ryan at ryanoff.com
Wed Jul 26 18:29:40 CEST 2006
Yes, I think that is possible. If not, then the user would need to do
one or two clicks to get to the appropriate area. You can limit the
user to have only the ability to create/edit/delete news items. To do
this you would create a usergroup called something similar to
"newseditor_group", add a new backend user, "newseditor", then only
supply access to the page (or storage container) where you put your
news items. You may then also want to use the "access" item on the
"web" menu to restrict creating,delting, the page itself.
I have not done this myself, but that's my understanding of how
permissions work in Typo3. Typo3 group, is that right?
On 26 Jul 2006, at 17:37, Stan wrote:
> I want to create a user to just be able to edit - add - delete and
> create news.
> Can the Backend be configured to open after you login to show the
> news data list by default? So that he sees the list directly.
> I know there is an FE extension to add a news item, but I don't
> think there is one to also be able to edit or delete the news itam.
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