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Three, two, one. GO! [RFC] Joomla com_fields: Access Form view level written by Ruud van Lent. Introduction Current implementation of com_fields has the possibility to limit the access to VALUES of the configured fields via the following config settings: Access: The access level group that is allowed to view this item Show on: On which part of the site should the field be shown (administrator, site, both) ACL permissions: Edit Custom Field Value Access and ACL permissions can also be set on a field group level, show on needs to be configured om a per field basis. In this RFC:

[RFC] Joomla com_fields: Access Form view level

This RFC is Obsolete: I am glad to inform you that the discussion on this RFC led to a new RFC that will be part of Joomla! version 3.8.7
(https://issues.joomla.org/tracker/joomla-cms/20068)

Introduction

Current implementation of com_fields has the possibility to limit the access to VALUES of the configured fields via the following config settings:

  1. Access: The access level group that is allowed to view this item
  2. Show on: On which part of the site should the field be shown (administrator, site, both)
  3. ACL permissions: Edit Custom Field Value

Access and ACL permissions can also be set on a field group level, show on needs to be configured om a per field basis.

In this RFC:


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