[#2168] public user list do not respect privacy setting

9 years 1 week ago #137935 by deltafidesign
I have a public list of users that is visible to not registered or logged-in users (but to view profiles you must register).

If a not registered user go visit this list, privacy settings are not respected, so everyone can see for example the city field input even if a user setted it to show only to his friends; while it works fine if I log-in.

Is this a little bug?

Thanks

Post edited by: krileon, at: 2011/01/05 18:08
9 years 1 week ago #137986 by krileon

If a not registered user go visit this list, privacy settings are not respected, so everyone can see for example the city field input even if a user setted it to show only to his friends; while it works fine if I log-in.

Please ensure you're using the latest released CB Privacy plugin followed by reviewing the fields privacy controls to ensure you've configured it how to behave on userlists (parameter User search on this field:).


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8 years 8 months ago #145235 by deltafidesign
Ok, I've found the solution: it simply was 'cause the plugin was setted only for registered users! so if a non registered users go visit a public list he can see the privacy protected fields just 'cause the plugin was setted to work only for registered users!

Now... if I set the CB Privacy plugin to public, in registration page I see the drop down privacy menu list in every field that allow privacy settings, but I don't want this, that's why I setted it first to work only for registered users, so that during registraion process the plugin don't show privacy option.

Is there a way to set plugin public and hide privacy options during registration process?

Thanks
8 years 8 months ago #145294 by krileon

Is there a way to set plugin public and hide privacy options during registration process?

Yes, use the following CSS within your Joomla template CSS file.

[code:1]
.cbRegistration #firstname___cbprivacy {
display: none;
}
[/code:1]

You'll need to examine your registration form and comma separate the IDs in order to hide all the fields privacy controls at registration, example as follows.

[code:1]
.cbRegistration #firstname___cbprivacy,
.cbRegistration #lastname___cbprivacy,
.cbRegistration #email___cbprivacy {
display: none;
}
[/code:1]


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8 years 6 months ago #149750 by deltafidesign
This little bug seems not been solved in CB Privacy plugin 1.3, I've used CSS hack to hide privacy drop down menus in registration form, Actually it seems the only solutions, thanks.

Post edited by: deltafidesign, at: 2010/12/31 13:56
8 years 6 months ago #149789 by krileon
Latest CB Privacy plugin with CB 1.3.1 is tested working with Registration. Are privacy controls still not "sticking"? Please ensure you've upgraded both the plugin and your CB install to latest.


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