frontend editor > define which articles to edit?

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3 years 5 months ago #9313 by furjespalotas
furjespalotas created the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
hi there,

I want to give a publisher/editor link to the end-users.
here: s6.tarhely.com/~etelhord/index.php/login

the main question is how to set up the articles shown in the displayed page following the logon page.

I suspect that there is a certain category displayed here,
but I am not sure how to customize it.

I am attaching the screen-shot.

looking for your precious help.

regards,
Balázs
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3 years 5 months ago #9314 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
Hello,

I am not sure if I understood you correctly:
You want to redirect a publisher/editor to the article category after successful login, am I right? If not, please explain the workflow more clearly.

Regards,
Marcin

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3 years 5 months ago #9315 by furjespalotas
furjespalotas replied the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
hi Marcin,
thank you for getting back.

as seen in the attached screenshot there are several articles displayed after logon.
atill, they are coming from only one category (hirek).

I want to customize this list: I want to add further categories to this list,
not only "hirek" but "news", and others ...

in other words:
what are the prerequisites for an article to be displayed in the list of articles in the editor?

looking for your assistance,
cheers,
Balázs

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3 years 5 months ago #9316 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
Hello,

This is probably an Article Category List view.
I guess that you have a menu item where this view is assigned.
In that menu item parameters you will be able to select the category to display (you can also set root for all categories). Here is documentation for the Article Category List menu item:
docs.joomla.org/Help35:Menus_Menu_Item_Article_Category_List

Regards,
Marcin

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3 years 5 months ago #9317 by furjespalotas
furjespalotas replied the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
Hi Marcin,
thank you for replying.

This pretty much is a category list.

Now the question became: how is it possible to show multiple category list views below each other?

I want to keep the design of the "cat.list", but want to add several categories (I do not want to "gather" them below an upper category to make sure that displaying this "upper cat." enables the subcategories shown)

Looking for your valuable answer,
cheers,
Balázs

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3 years 5 months ago #9320 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: frontend editor > define which articles to edit?
Hello,

Well, I am afraid this would require customization of the Joomla core files.
However you can achieve similar result in other way.
For example, you can create a "single article" view instead of the "category list" and you can load several "articles category" modules into that article.
In the "articles category" you can choose one category to display articles from.
More details on how to load a module into an article:
docs.joomla.org/How_do_you_put_a_module_inside_an_article%3F

Regards,
Marcin

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