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1 month 1 day ago #136117 by Benjamin Brodwolf
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I can't find any information if it is possible, that some User could Upload some Documents directly via frotend??

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1 month 1 day ago #136118 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Benjamin,
Edocman has feature to allow user to create documents at frontend side. If user has permission to "Create" in Edocman or specific Categories, they will able to upload documents on those categories. See more about Edocman ACL here: edocmandocs.joomservices.com/getting-started/edocman_acl
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1 month 1 day ago #136119 by Benjamin Brodwolf
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Hey Mr.Dam

Thank your for the fast reply. I will check out the Edocaman ACL.

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1 month 1 day ago #136120 by Mr. Dam
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In additional, you can setup menu to layout: "Edocman" - "Upload Document" to allow user to access to that layout to upload documents from frontend side.
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1 month 1 day ago - 1 month 1 day ago #136127 by Benjamin Brodwolf
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That I do not understand what you mean with that.


But anyway, an another issue:
When I do hovering with the Mouse the Label eg. Titel, Description ... in the Frontend-Upload View it will dissapear. I checket out the action what is going in and I can see, after I hovered a Label some JavaScript code (I think) set a new Style with "display: none". I do not understand why this happen. Do you have a idea?

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1 month 12 hours ago #136161 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Benjamin,
Maybe your current Joomla template has CSS to hide label when hover mouse above the Label tags. You just need to go to Edocman Configuration -> Tab: Custom CSS and add
label
{
display:block !important;
}
I hope the issue will be resolved
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1 month 8 hours ago #136166 by Benjamin Brodwolf
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Thanks Mr.Dam
That solved that issue.

Another Question to allow User to Upload File.
I want, that the User can only Upload File in a specific Folder.
Because right now, he can upload stuff in all Folders and Subfolders. How can I limite the availability?

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3 weeks 6 days ago #136223 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Benjamin,
You can assign permission "Create" with Joomla User group(s) with specific Categories. Thus, user won't able to upload documents on categories they don't have permission
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3 weeks 6 days ago #136224 by Mr. Dam
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Read more about Edocman ACL through this documentation: edocmandocs.joomservices.com/getting-started/edocman_acl
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