Hi (an sorry for my english),
Would there be a way to hide some content of a page, but only in edit view? So that defined users could be able to see the entire content of the page in normal view, but not be able to edit the concerned parts?
I've tried the visibility plugin but with no result (i'm able to hide some content in normal view, but not in edit...). I'm not even sure that there's a way to achieve this.
I'm trying to make the edit view the most "simple" as possible, because the page layout (ex: sections and colums macros, etc) could confuse some of my users. I think i can't do this with template variables, due to the amount of text the users should be able to add.
Any help would be apprecated...
Thanx in advance.
There's not really such a good way to do so, but you might consider copying and pasting the content (using the source editor plugin) into a user macro (and setting it to visible only for administrators). That's the only way I know of that you could do what you asked. Just be aware that if you have to do this for a lot of pages you will have a ton of user macros... Not exactly ideal, but there you have it.
Hello Paul, there is one way to enclose content in a separate macro which can keep customers away from editing such, the only risk would be to have the macro itself removed from the page:
There is a Macro called Excerpt Include which can pull content from another page into the target one, and one can assign edit permissions to the originating page.
Hope this can be a solution.
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