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7 years 3 months ago #2221 by japostol
japostol created the topic: Article editing on front end
Hello,

I notice I can edit articles right from the front end. How do I turn that feature "off"?

Thanks

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7 years 3 months ago #2222 by izabela
izabela replied the topic: Re: Article editing on front end
You are assgned to super administrator group level so it's normal that you can edit and write articles.
If you want to change that navigate Users -> User Manager: Users -> Options button -> Permissions tab

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7 years 3 months ago #2223 by japostol
japostol replied the topic: Re: Article editing on front end
I don't understand....if I'm NOT logged into the admin backend I can still edit articles on the frontend by clicking the little "edit" button, therefore anyone can edit it.

That's what I want to disable.

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #2227 by izabela
izabela replied the topic: Re: Article editing on front end
You must be logged at the front page with administrator permissions.
Don't have to be logged to admin panel to edit articles at the front end.

learn more about publishing and editing permissions here -> docs.joomla.org/Hands-on_adding_a_new_article:_Joomla!_1.6
Last Edit: 7 years 3 months ago by izabela.

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