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admin content on the users page

Tuesday 07 January 2003 12:07:57 pm - 2 replies

Hi (again)!

I can't get rc1 to show the users "side of the story". I generate som content in the admin-interface, then I got to the user-page. But, oops, it only shows (some of) the content that is shown in the adminpage, NOT the asumed result!

Hohoo!

Felix

Tuesday 07 January 2003 1:39:41 pm

> Hi (again)!
>
> I can't get rc1 to show the users "side of the story". I
> generate som content in the admin-interface, then I got to
> the user-page. But, oops, it only shows (some of) the
> content that is shown in the adminpage, NOT the asumed
> result!

Did you install the demo data?
If so two problems could be present:

1. There are template overrides for classes present, these overrides will sometimes only show parts of the object.
Look in design/user/override/templates/node/view/ and you'll see lots of files with class_1, class_2 inside the names. Theses are overrides for specific classes, if you remove (or move) them your page should work again.
2. There are roles active which limit the classes the anonymous user(default on user page) can see, this means that some children of objects won't be visible (this is intentional).
Edit the roles policy to show all classes of content/read or add a new policy for specific class for content/read.

Thursday 09 January 2003 8:24:07 am

> > Hi (again)!
> >
> > I can't get rc1 to show the users "side of the story". I
> > generate som content in the admin-interface, then I got
> to
> > the user-page. But, oops, it only shows (some of) the
> > content that is shown in the adminpage, NOT the asumed
> > result!
>
> Did you install the demo data?
> If so two problems could be present:
>
> 1. There are template overrides for classes present, these
> overrides will sometimes only show parts of the object.
> Look in design/user/override/templates/node/view/ and
> you'll see lots of files with class_1, class_2 inside the
> names. Theses are overrides for specific classes, if you
> remove (or move) them your page should work again.
> 2. There are roles active which limit the classes the
> anonymous user(default on user page) can see, this means
> that some children of objects won't be visible (this is
> intentional).
> Edit the roles policy to show all classes of content/read
> or add a new policy for specific class for content/read.

That's it. The roles are now set and the users can view the content.

Thanx alot!

Felix

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