remove or disable modules

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maxbloemer
2007-08-06
2013-04-25
  • maxbloemer
    maxbloemer
    2007-08-06

    hallo,

    i need to remove or disable some of the modules (Out of Office, Support, Knowledge Base, Policies, News, Lookups). Is ther anyway a possibility?

    thank you very much für your great work.

    Maximilian

     
    • At the moment, it is not possible to individually enable or disable modules (other than by editing the PHP source directly). However, this is a good suggestion, and I will add it to the Feature Request tracker.

       
    • maxbloemer
      maxbloemer
      2007-08-07

      what's about any quick and dirty code modyfication to remove the links? by the way: it woult be great to have a possibility to add custom links. (i want to user mediawiki für intranet).

       
    • Jay
      Jay
      2007-08-21

      The easiest way to remove a section right now is to comment out a appropriate lines in "inc/header.php".  The example below would remove the 'Support' section.

      >        if(ListPerm(sREPORTS))
      >            $cells[] ='<a href="index.php?List='.sREPORTS.'">'.
      >                '<img src="images/button_reports.png" />'.lREPORTS.'</a>';
      >
      > // Removing the Support button
      > //       if(ListPerm(sSUPPORT))
      > //           $cells[] ='<a href="index.php?List='.sSUPPORT.'">'.
      > //               '<img src="images/button_support.png" />'.lSUPPORT.'</a>';
      >
      >        if(ListPerm(sKB))
      >            $cells[] ='<a href="index.php?List='.sKB.'">'.
      >                '<img src="images/button_kb.png" />'.lKB.'</a>';

      NOTE: This does not actually remove the section, but only the link to it. Support would still be available by typing the appropriate "?List=" into the address bar.

       
    • maxbloemer
      maxbloemer
      2007-08-22

      Thank you very much!