Access-Manager can set frontend viewing rights to multiple accesslevels / usergroups.
Access-Manager manages access to:
- viewing of content (extending Joomla's viewing access)
- editting of content (extending Joomla ACL)
It's a shame, cause this is a real diamond except for that issue.
I understand that it has to do with the fact the Access-Manager is computing the restriction as a top layer, but I'm guessing that you guys will be able to solve it in the future, and when you do, i'd be glad to purchase your pro version for any of my sites.
Best of luck, keep up the good work
This issue is solved now. Althou not tested with each and every template out there. If your template has its own (non-Joomla) cache-system, after each change in right, empty the template's cache.
Man, what a lifesaver! It integrates perfectly with Akeeba Subs, sets the permissions perfectly and restricts access, just like it's supposed to.
I simply could not be any happier now.
If you need good ACL control beyond what Joomla's can do, and if you want to avoid some headaches, you better grab this jewel! It's just fantastic in every way.
Thank you so much for your hard work, Carsten! I'll be going Pro with Access Manager soon. You rock, buddy!