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Hi,

is there a way I can remove these standard features from being shown with every catalogue entry?

"Validated", "Search Engine Optimisation, and Tagging", "Feedback and notes"

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Hi,

You can turn stuff off site-wide.

The unvalidated addon can be uninstalled.

This OcCLE command can be run to disable all feedback options:

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:set_value('disable_feedback','1');

This OcCLE command can be run to disable the SEO/Tagging options:

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:set_value('disable_seo','1');


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I get this: The website software has detected what may be a hacking attempt. Please do not be alarmed, and unless you are really trying to hack the website, nobody will question you. Please do not click refresh though or you could be automatically banned. If you got here via a link, please inform the link maintainer of the problem.

Chris Graham said

Hi,

You can turn stuff off site-wide.

The unvalidated addon can be uninstalled.

This OcCLE command can be run to disable all feedback options:

Code

set_value('disable_feedback','1');

This OcCLE command can be run to disable the SEO/Tagging options:

Code

set_value('disable_seo','1');

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My bad, I missed off colons from the start. Fixed.


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Thanks it works perfectly. This removed the Notes and Feedback section. However is it possible that I can allow comments everywhere by default?

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My bad, I missed off colons from the start. Fixed.

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I'm afraid we don't currently have that level of configurability. It's on the tracker:
0001928: Allow disabling of comments & rating per content type / catalogue - ocPortal feature tracker

You can put feedback back:

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:set_value('disable_feedback','0');
Then individual disable rating and trackbacks in the ocPortal configuration (these have proper options, not hidden options like we just used). But that will leave comments on for catalogues too.

If you do that you'll probably also want to turn notes off individually, which requires OcCLE again:

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:set_value('disable_staff_notes','1');

For the record all these hidden options are becoming official in v10, i.e. won't require OcCLE to enable/disable.


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thanks alot!!!!!

Woks greate!
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