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JaffaDave

Masking Account Code not enough for client base

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JaffaDave

Masking the DMS account number is a good start but the client can still simply click Use Karma, as much as we love DMS its just not a viable option for client usage when 90% of the sections used cannot be handed over to the client leaving WordPress Pages and Posts as the only options to edit the site, the only way around this so far has been to develop sites without using any Pagelines sections and sticking to good old fashioned plugins. 

 

Are there any plans on implementing features that allow DMS to be the Designer and sections to be in the admin bar rather than locked away within the DMS areas? or better still add a user level control that allows us to leave sections editable for certain user groups. Please don't refer me to the documents as this has nothing to do with hiding the DMS panel.

 

 

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Jake

Hi JaffaDave - You are not alone in requesting this ability and we are testing ways to handle this in future updates. Until that happens, a workaround would be to use a plugin that restricts user permissions, like Members http://wordpress.org/plugins/members/.


Have you searched the forums yet or checked out the DMS user docs?

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beardedavenger

Yep there's actually a few options you have here (i can't remember if these are currently in the public distribution or if tehse are going out this morning).

 

You can add some defines to wp-config to remove the account panel and stuff.

 

Disable Karma Panel

define(‘DMS_DISABLE_KARMA_PANEL’,true);

 

Disable Account Panel

define(‘DMS_DISABLE_ACCOUNT_PANEL’,true);


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Jackey

They work just fine.. yes!

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radroz

Is there any reason why this wouldn't work? I added the code to my wp-config file and they're still showing up.

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Rob

Well, it depends on how you added it, what your text editor is, whether you have a cache plugin activated or cleared the plugin's cache before trying to view the implemented changes, etc., etc....


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