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Specify what can be fed through RSS?

edited January 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
In my project manager install, I have about 2-3 discussions (via whispers) per client. So, when a client logs in, all they see is those 2-3 discussions (seperated into 2 categories), then 2 other categories which they have read-only access to (announcements and documentation).

Because of this, I don't want to have an RSS feed link on the main index/discussions list. Nor do I want them to be able to feed any other category other then those 2 read-only categories. Instead, I'd only like them to be able to feed their client-specific discussions (vanilla/discussion/380/discussion-name/).

How would I go about doing this? I basically see it as hiding the CSS for index.php and categories.php, but showing it for specific discussion pages and for only the two categories that I want it to.

BTW <- Not a coder, so hold my hand, please.

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    This would also include the Discussion Overview area, as it doesn't work anyways, but I have it installed and would like to have it just not show up on that page.
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    TBH sounds like Vanilla needs a finer grained permissions more and more...
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    edited January 2007
    To prevent the RSS extension from working on the discussions page and the categories page:
    // Normal extension file's headers go above this line if ( ('index.php') != $Context->SelfUrl) || ('categories.php' != $Context->SelfUrl) ) { // add this line after the headers // extension's code goes in here } // add this line just before the end of the extension file ?>
    Essentially all your doing is adding two lines, one for the IF, and one to hold the end curly bracket, which ends the if.
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