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Jan 17, 2020
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Admin module to list available tabs for page types by access rights

A few years ago, Per Nergård, blogged about an admin tool module to easily be able to sort tabs by click.

However, even when using something like this it can still be a pain to get an overview of which tabs will be available for different editors with different access rights. Per gave me the idea to make a tool to more easily be able to present this information. 

The idea was quite simple, for every page type that exists, we list all the available tabs for a specific access right role.

Example:

Screenshot showing which tabs are available for each page type for editors with "Read" access rights.

 

Screenshot showing which tabs are available for each page type for editors with "Administer" access rights.

You can get the code for this over at my Gist.

Jan 17, 2020

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