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Conrad

28 Jan, 2013 02:26 PM

First off - great plugin for what should be native functionality. I've set it up for multiple departments and now I don't have to focus on adding content, in turn I can focus on the development.

Since content editors (custom group) now have access to add new articles and edit existing ones, I don't want them editing the URL titles as this might break the site and effect our SEO. Is there a way to lock down the URL title fields by channel or by user?

That would be really nice to have.
Thanks!

  1. 1 Posted by Rob Hodges on 28 Jan, 2013 03:03 PM

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    Hi Conrad,

    This is part of the native EE publish page customisation: http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/cp/content/publish_... . Hit 'show toolbar' and you can set up custom layouts for different member groups. I think that's what you mean, but I might be wrong!

    Thanks,
    Rob

  2. 2 Posted by ConradAbraham on 28 Jan, 2013 03:55 PM

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    Hey Rob -
    This hides the field completely. The use case is this:
    1. New entry: Content Editor should be able to edit and write custom URL
    Titles instead of default E replicating from the Title field

    2. Old Entry - user is editing content: Should not be able to edit URL
    title. Editors n=might not understand the ramifications of editing this
    field.

    Thanks!

    Conrad Abraham
    Web Developer
     
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  3. 3 Posted by Rob Hodges on 28 Jan, 2013 04:11 PM

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    Hmm,

    Interesting idea. We'll add it to the suggestion ideas pile. You could write a simple accessory to do with this JS in the meantime possibly?

    Thanks,

    Rob

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