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I would like to disable the 'Content Managing' button in the upper right corner next to the 'Social' button. I see guests can also use this button. Can I disable it in the settings or is it a hardcore coding change?

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Admin Zone Structure Zones Choose Edit zone CMS   … half way down the page there is a check-box to 'display' or 'not' that is labelled Displayed in menu.

That stops it being visible, but doesn't disable its functionality. Disabling CMS functionality will probably cripple your site in all sorts of unexpected ways!

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Thank you. It removes the 'Social' button but not the 'Content Management' button...

I went to Admin Zone >> Security >> Permissions Tree Editor and uncheck the guest permission. The button then disappear but, unfortunately, the guest cannot access any CMS page...


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sanax said

  • I would like to disable the 'Content Managing' button in the upper right corner next to the 'Social' button. I see guests can also use this button.
  • but, unfortunately, the guest cannot access any CMS page…
Sorry, but you've got me beat with that one. Either you don't want guests to access the CMS zone, which would mean hiding the link from them …

OR

… you want your guests to be able to access the CMS zone, which would then be a contradictory idea to hide the link from them.

Please explain.

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View my working ocPortal site (version 9.x.x) at Anglo-Indian Portal
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