admPanel

Configuration of the Admin Panel in the Frontend for the user.

The TYPO3 admin panel

This is what the admin panel looks like. Notice the fact that the visibility of the admin panel is ultimately depending on being configured in your frontentd TypoScript template for the website! This is easily done by inserting this string in the TypoScript Template:

# Note this is a frontend TypoScript template and not TSconfig!
config.admPanel = 1

Example user TSconfig to disable the admin panel for a user:

admPanel.hide = 1

Properties

enable

Datatype
[object]
Description

Used to enable the various parts of the panel for users. All values are 0/1 booleans.

Enable / disable all modules:

admPanel.enable.all = 1

Enable / disable single parts of the admin panel:

admPanel.enable.cache = 1
admPanel.enable.debug = 1
admPanel.enable.edit = 1
admPanel.enable.info = 1
admPanel.enable.preview = 1
admPanel.enable.publish = 1
admPanel.enable.tsdebug = 1
Default

For admin users, admPanel.enable.all = 1 is default.

Note

The admin Panel is active for all admin users by default. If this does not fit the necessary setup, the different modules can be disabled.

hide

Datatype
boolean
Description
If set, the panel will not be displayed in the bottom of the page. This only has a visual effect.

override

Datatype
[object]
Description

Override single admin panel settings:

admPanel.override.[modulename].[propertyname]

You have to activate a module first by setting

admPanel.override.[modulename] = 1

Most common options

admPanel.override.preview.showFluidDebug (boolean)
admPanel.override.preview.showHiddenPages (boolean)
admPanel.override.preview.showHiddenRecords (boolean)
admPanel.override.preview.simulateDate (timestamp)
admPanel.override.preview.simulateUserGroup (integer)
admPanel.override.cache.noCache (boolean)
admPanel.override.tsdebug.forceTemplateParsing (boolean)