[TYPO3-templavoila] Using both the classic page module and TV

Johnny Peck johnny at slipcasemedia.com
Fri Jul 27 08:00:49 CEST 2007

This sparked a thought regarding the available module on a per page 
basis.  I have yet to implement a multi-site situation where the client 
is using both classic and TV modules but in hindsight, I could see the 
benefit in particular situations as Bart has introduced here.  An issue 
of usability arises regarding two different ways of interacting with 
page content via the backend but in situations such as Bart's this issue 
may not be avoided.  Thus, the issue comes to whether we can limit or 
adjust the available page module based on whether the page selected is 
TV, Classic, or other.  Is this possible?  If not, how could such a 
'feature' be implemented?  Should we ajaxify the Module listing or 
something similar?



Dmitry Dulepov wrote:
> Hi!
> Bart Veldhuizen wrote:
>> my client wants to maintain two websites in their Typo3 installation: 
>> one based on TemplaVoila, and one based on the 'classic page module'. 
>> I know I can enable it in the Extension Manager, but then both groups 
>> will see the Templavoila page module AND the classic page module. Is 
>> there any way to restrict the page modules to certain BE user groups? 
>> This is what I'm looking for:
>> FE Group one --> Enable TV Page module, disable Classic page module
>> FE Group two --> Disable TV Page module, enable Classic page module.
>> If this is not possible, then I'd be happy to sponsor its development.
> Enabling BE modules for *BE* user groups was in typo3 for ages... Look 
> in the group record when "Enable access lists" is checked.

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