Best way to do front-end public and restricted area with October CMS?
I have to create a website with limited public access pages.
All pages have a header section with a signin / signup link and when the user is already logged in, a logout link. To do this, I must place the rainlab user plugin session component in my layout with security=all (to prevent the ajax onLogout administrator error from being detected)
But by doing this, I can no longer use this layout for restricted access pages.
So, what is the right way to do it?
I thought of using 2 layout, one to public access with security = all and one to restricted access with security=user, but I'm not really satisfied to have to use 2 layout for a difference so minimal
any smarter solution ? thanks by advance
You can use the same layout for both restricted and public pages. Add the [session] component reference to the layout but don't set properties on it in the layout itself. Set the 'security' property on a per page (and not on the layout itself) basis.
So the top of your layout would look something like:
name="Master Layout" description = "Master layout for almost all frontend pages." [session] == <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> .....
And the top of your pages would look like:
title = "Restricted Page" url = "/classified" layout = "master" [session] security = "user" redirect = "account" == <div class="container">
I use it all the time without a problem.
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