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I found the answer my self in a SEBLOD blog entry. There is a small arrow at the right corner of the content types main settings. When opened there is a permission button: And in there I could set the Create permission for the group Public to Allowed.


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I just just realized that this is also possible without touching the fields/_markup.php file. There are two options options that affect the markup of the field. First the field it self can be configured under the option 3 (markup + markup class), in the graphic marked with A. Setting this to None, will cause the field to be rendered without markup. This ...


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in markup.php you can catch your field like next: if($field->name == 'my_field') { $html = "my code"; }


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I found my answer. For my situation I created a simple dropdown named "type of food" in the dropdown the options were "starter", "main", etc. I added this dropdown to list/search > Search. Then I pressed number 2 (live variable) and I typed in the name of one of the items (e.g. starter). Then I pressed number 1 and set the field to hidden. I had to ...


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parsererror : SyntaxError: Expected identifier was actually causing issues with the JS code on IE. I had to do a line by line debug and finally found 2 instances in the code that was causing this- I was using this to loop through an object- for(const [serial, dates] of Object.entries(data)) {. Had to replace this with a simpler for...in loop like- for (var ...


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I reviewed this question as it was "bumped to the homepage by Community" ... and felt that we certainly have to mention now the new Joomla core feature of custom fields (com_fields) that allows to extend Joomla core components and potentially 3rd party ones, with custom fields. So even the core articles could be turned to products content items.


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You are probably looking for a CCK extension and there are plenty of free and paid options available: http://extensions.joomla.org/category/authoring-a-content/content-construction A forms extension such (e.g. ChronoForms) may work equally well in this case: http://extensions.joomla.org/category/contacts-and-feedback/forms Custom Fields will be added to ...


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The right access level for your case is Public, unless you have done any changes to the default ACL structure. If you haven't done such changes, then you should check the permissions settings you have applied into your form. Check to see if there is public access for creating new submissions (or other similar options) in your form.


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