[TYPO3-english] Condition to see if page has limited access

Loek Hilgersom loek at netcoop.nl
Mon Apr 8 11:13:57 CEST 2013

Hi Urs,

I don't think such a condition exists, but you could create it using a userfunc 
[1]. Replacing the page content by a login box is certainly possible, but it 
sounds like you know that part.



On 08-04-13 10:26, Urs Bräm wrote:
> Hi Viktor
> sorry for the late reply. Thanks!
> What I had in mind was not redirecting the user to the single login page, but
> altering the rendered page if it is protected.
> I could then display the login form on the page via ts, setting it to show only
> if the user is not logged in, of course.
> That's why I was looking for some kind of condition that tells my TS if the page
> has restricted access or not. Is there something like that?
> Thanks!
> Urs
> Am 19.03.13 11:09, schrieb Viktor Livakivskyi:
>> Hi.
>> You can think about making single page with login form and set globally:
>> config.typolinkLinkAccessRestrictedPages = <id_of_page_with_form>
>> also look at config.typolinkLinkAccessRestrictedPages_addParams, if you
>> want to redirect user back to non-accessible before page after his
>> successfull login.
>> Regards.
>> Hi
>>> this is probably very simple, but I couldn't look it up anyhow:
>>> Is there a condition that applies when a page (or, maybe also its
>>> content) has limited access rights AND the user doesn't have these rights?
>>> -> to display a login form on the page - but only when needed.
>>> I know I can check with
>>> [usergroup=*]
>>> [else]
>>> (show form)
>>> [global]
>>> - but I would like to set it globally, so as soon as editors create
>>> restricted content, the login form will appear.
>>> Thanks!
>>> Urs

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