Hello! Can I add list of course categories in main menu to user (not admin)? Can I add link to my menu like this: "mysite/course-categories" ? I want to register users to see the entire hierarchy of categories, as shown in the administrative panel: "mysite/admin/opigno/content/course-categories", but only links, without edit.
To add a new menu entry you can simply go to the main menu settings and add one, at:
Then, to have a list of course categories, not editable by users, maybe the simplest way is to create a view listing all taxonomy terms for "course categories".
The main menu and so
In reply to The main menu and so by koljanich
Yes you would open a security
Yes you would open a security breach.
That's why I advise you to create a separate view to avoid this security problem.
There is no permission to only view categories.
And so I want to open a
I'm not sure to understand
I'm not sure to understand your question.
If you create a separate view you will be able to define the URL you want for it.
It's not possible to easily define a read only permission for the current list of categories page. This could be changed but would require to slightly change Opigno code.
Once again, I think the separate view would be the easiest way to do what you are looking for.
To create a separate view I
No, simple go to Structure
No, simple go to Structure then Views, and then follow the guided steps.
The categories are a taxonomy term.
Feel free to post on this forum in case of questions to configure the view.
Thank you! It's almost what I
Why don't you simply use classes?
I Stage, II Stage and III Stage would be classes, matehmatics a course and you would have the presentation you are looking for in the training catalogue.
If you want to use categories, then you will have to alter the training catalogue view, and maybe change some css (but it will be maybe a little more complicated than creating the view for categories). Feel free to post on this forum in case of question
Classes - it's not quite what
First you have to change the view, and then consider the CSS.
It's impossible to tell you what to do right now, without knowing how you will alter the view and how precisely you want to display the content of the calalog.
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