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== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
This module may be downloaded from the codex [http://codex.gallery2.org/images/e/e7/Remove_actions.zip here].
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This module may be downloaded from the codex [http://codex.galleryproject.org/images/e/e7/Remove_actions.zip here].
  
 
To install, extract the "remove_actions" folder from the zip file into your Gallery 3 modules folder. <br>
 
To install, extract the "remove_actions" folder from the zip file into your Gallery 3 modules folder. <br>

Latest revision as of 15:26, 1 July 2013

Remove actions

Removes various actions from the user but leaves the actions available to the admin.

Description

  • Remove Add an album action as well as others from users but still allows the admin to have the action available.

Installation

This module may be downloaded from the codex here.

To install, extract the "remove_actions" folder from the zip file into your Gallery 3 modules folder.
Afterwards log into your Gallery web site as an administrator and activate the module in the Admin -> Modules menu.
Admin -> settings -> Remove actions. On this page you will be able to select what actions to remove from the user.

Screen shots

Admin remove actions.png

Discussion

This module replaces the: remove add album & admin permissions modules.
Thanks to The Beekeeper for the update from this thread: http://galleryproject.org/node/109943

Notes

This module uses javascript to remove the actions. If the user is savy enough they can still guess the URL to perform the action; if they have permissions to do so.

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