It would be great if you could create admin groups which can only read things in the admin panel, or are restricted to certain panels. And also maybe restrict them to a certain category. A more extensive rights system would be nice.
Hi all, i create a nodebb forum in my local but i cant open admin panel. settings should not access .so how to access the admin side login. i have this error
You seem to have stumbled upon a page that you do not have access to.
Hey @Xarcell -- I think we talked about adding hooks to the codebase so that extra profile fields could be specified by plugins, but I believe we haven't gotten as far as implementing it yet. Sounds like something that needs to be done, however.
We wouldn't be adding these options into core, however, as we want to keep the options as minimal as possible.
One of the things im starting to like on nodebb is the ability to create groups and have a little something for them like the header and users posts.
If everything is over modules, why its not on widgets? I would love to have change some stuff on the fly like on custom pages plugin.
Ex: show a particular category posts for that group.. show a possible calendar (this plugin this works?!) and so on...
Great, thanks @baris. How about /recent and /popular? I'm trying to make a private forum but it doesn't seem current core is conducive to that.
Edit: I realize that I can block guests from seeing posts by setting the access control parameters in the ACP, but I'd like to block the /recent and /popular (and all other) pages from guests just in case anything is missed, or at least blocking them access on principle.