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wpForo 1.x.x Hide add topic button for all users except Editor and Admin

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5ivemediapl
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Hi, 

I've "unchecked" Can add topic for registered usergroup, however, the user group are still able to see "Add topic" button and they can still submit the topic for approval.

I want to remove the access for them to even try to add topic. How can i do that?

 

 

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Tutrix
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Posted by: @5ivemediapl

Hi, 

I've "unchecked" Can add topic for registered usergroup

 

 

you also need to set the forum access > Usergroups and Permissions

 

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5ivemediapl
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Hi! What do i need to set over at usergroups and permission?

 

Attached my current setting

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Tutrix
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@5ivemediapl 

click on this link >>> Usergroups and Permissions <<< 😉 

and also >>>> Forum Accesses

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5ivemediapl
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Hello Tutrix,

 

Yes i believed i have done the setting

Under Forum Access, i disabled registered user to "Can Add Topic" <-- UNCHECKED

Under Usergroups and Permissions <- "can access to add topic page" <-- UNCHECKED

My use case:

forum members can reply to topics, only admin and editor can add topic (its currently working as its supposed to be, registered usergroup can "TRY TO" add topic, but need the topic to be approved (moderated)

I want to remove this add topic for moderation function completely. They cannot even see the add topic function. how can we achieve this.

 

 

 

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Tutrix
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@5ivemediapl 

[Closed] wpForo Usergroups, Forum Accesses and WordPress User Roles

and if you are logged in, there is no Add Topic button in this forum " https://wpforo.com/community/faq/ ".

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5ivemediapl
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my standard access setting "unchecked" can create topic

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5ivemediapl
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my registered user only has "standard access"

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