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jabing
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Remove Portal Content Editor Toolbar

Hello,

 

Is there a way to permanently remove the Portal Content Editor Toolbar? Exiting out of it removes the toolbar temporarily, but if you navigate to another page, it automatically returns. Is there a way to disable this feature?

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sandeepd
Power Apps
Power Apps

This toolbar shows up by default for users that are in Administrators Web Role. The fastest way to disable would be to not provide this web role to portal users, but instead use the Authenticated users or use a Custom Web Role

 

Just so you know that this editing behavior is provided to an Administrators Web Role via a  Web Page Access Control Rule named Grant Change to Administrators. Removing or deleting this control rule will disable the editor toolbar for Administrators also

 

All of this is managed via the Portal Management companion app

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Hi,
Only users with the Administrator as a web role will be able to see this toolbar to edit the page in the portal.

This will load on every time you reload the page.

Thanks

sandeepd
Power Apps
Power Apps

This toolbar shows up by default for users that are in Administrators Web Role. The fastest way to disable would be to not provide this web role to portal users, but instead use the Authenticated users or use a Custom Web Role

 

Just so you know that this editing behavior is provided to an Administrators Web Role via a  Web Page Access Control Rule named Grant Change to Administrators. Removing or deleting this control rule will disable the editor toolbar for Administrators also

 

All of this is managed via the Portal Management companion app

Marie_25
Helper I
Helper I

@sandeepd Unfortunately, the content editor is showing up even for contacts that only have the OOtB Authenticated Users web role. This has happened for 2 separate portal instances that are not related to each other. I do not want to disable the Web Page Access Control Rule (grant change to admins) since this will also be disabled for admins. Any ideas?

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