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rdhender

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Posted on: 2005/2/7 22:54
rdhender
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Since: 2005/1/24
#1

Webmaster denied access

I'm hoping someone out there can save me the pain of reinstalling Xoops. For some reason members of the "Webmaster" group are denied access to all modules with a "Sorry, you do't have permission to access this area." I've tried removing all the permissons (except group admin) from the Webmaster group, then re-adding them with no change. I created a test user and they can access all the modules until I add them to the Webmaster group, at which point they lose permissions.
Any ideas would be GREATLY apprciated!

- Robb


rdhender

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Posted on: 2005/1/25 18:11
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#2

Re: Admin permission errors

It was a good thought as I was behind a firewall, but I switched to a machine without one and I'm still having similar problems.


rdhender

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Posted on: 2005/1/25 17:44
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#3

Admin permission errors

I'm having a rather odd permissions issue. Since updating my blogging module (Popnupblog) and the forum module (Newbb), when I try to go to the polls or blogs while logged in as the webmaster, I get an error that I don't have permissions to view that object, and then I'm logged out.

I've checked group permissions and block settings and they are correct. I've checked and both my cache and template directories are set to 777. I've completely removed and reinstalled the poll, forum, and blog modules with no change in behavior.

Does anyone have any ideas what may be going on?


rdhender

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Posted on: 2005/1/24 20:39
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#4

Re: Tree Strucuture

I was hoping there might be an easier way than doing it by hand, and it sounds like your module may be pretty close to what I was looking for. I look forward to playing with it, thanks much!


rdhender

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Posted on: 2005/1/24 18:36
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#5

Tree Strucuture

I'd like my site to have more of a tree structure versus the "all on one level" approach that XOOPS uses by default. Is there an easy way to multiple layers based on, for example, topic instead of by the function (gallery, forum...).

It seems to me people want to browse my site based on topic, not by functionality. I'd love to have a top level entry for, say, "Itchy and Scratcy" and have a gallery, forum etc all available as members of the group.



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