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Access based on seniority

Post by eugenio74 » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:27 pm

Dear All,

I'm writing again in this forum after many years while I stopped using joomla. I had a look for on the existing threads, but I didn't find any suggestion to figure out my question.

Simple question: I would like that registered users can see only the contents (articles, menu, etc.) posted/created after their registration. If user_1 is registered in August 2019, he can see the contents of August, September and the following months.

Should I develop a module from scratch or already exists a workaround/extension to put in place this criteria?

Thanks in advance for your support,

E.

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by leolam » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:51 pm

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by eugenio74 » Thu Sep 19, 2019 7:40 pm

Thanks a lot Leo.
Does it mean that I should use a third-party extension (such as jumi) to execute PHP code in the article in order to retrieve the {$user->registerDate}?

https://docs.joomla.org/Accessing_the_c ... ser_object

Mmm, I can try, but I doubt that it can work? 2 third-party extension that need to share a system variable in a "content environment"? I'll let you know if I'll "risk" to buy (25 euros) the extension that you suggested (20$) :)

The condition should be something like this
{show user=”user_1” and date>”2019-08-01”}

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by leolam » Fri Sep 20, 2019 3:36 am

Ask the developer of the extension if that (or otherwise 'how') can be achieved with their extension.

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by darb » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:20 pm

You can try and ask Peter and he already have some extensions that can do a lot like conditional content etc advance module mgr etc https://www.regularlabs.com/extensions/ ... t/tutorial

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by eugenio74 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 10:24 am

Thanks for your replies.

Just to share my selection, I'm using Content-Access-Filter, and it works very well, matching 95% of my requirements.

As per forum rules, I'm not sure I can share the link of the extension.

Thanks everyone.

e

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Re: Access based on seniority

Post by AMurray » Sat Mar 28, 2020 11:57 pm

There shouldn't been any contravention of rule if you were to share the extension link fro the extensions directory for example - that would be relevant to the post, and to the forum.
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