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Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Hide pages from search results

posts: 3630 United States

How can I hide specific pages (based on groups) from search results? For example, I have a wiki page that is available only to Admin group. However, if an Anonymous user searches, the page appears (including the first few lines) in the search results. How can I fix this? I've searched through the doc site, but couldn't find anything.

Thanks

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

This is a known problem that affects all TikiWiki installations.

There are a couple of developers attempting to resolve it in the very latest cvs code of BRANCH-1-9. hopefully it will resolved in a suitable way so that it can be included in the 1.9 release.

in the meantime disable search.

Damian


posts: 2881 United Kingdom

Its worth pointing out, that if you worried about this appearing in the search results, you will also need to make sure that you disable PDF generation and the multiprint capability as those ignore all permissions, and make sure your wiki doesnt have the INCLUDE plugin active!

Damian
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posts: 3630 United States

Yeah, I saw the PDF generation stuff. I removed all that from the TPL so users can only generate PDF from a page they already have access. Thanks.

posts: 3630 United States

I'm not sure I understand? Right now, when users click the PDF button on a page that they can access, the tiki creates the PDF and opens/saves it. I've removed the intermediary page that allows users to modify the settings and select multiple pages to create.

Currently the only way users can create a PDF is from a page that they can aleady access. Am I still missing something?

What do you mean by "secure" page and "open" page?

Thanks