If the person who gave you access is no longer around to change permissions, it is possible to assign full admin priviledges to your user account by editing the database. As you have full access to the server, this should be possible to do.
Let me know if you want further info on this solution.
It's used very rarely by my clients. But events that need it tend to be a major/critical and when it's impossible to restore the database from a backup without data loss.
As people have said above, the UX of the current implementation could definitely be improved. I feel this feature may fit well in a more comprehensive publishing workflow addon which also includes features like advanced permissions (over and above the current roles), publishing and deletion approval workflows and auditing. Maybe a paid addon?
I've started looking into this too for a customer. As far as I understand the legislation change will affect all payment processing platforms when interfacing with EU based banks (not only Stripe) and all EEA based businesses.
Stripe already has SCA compatible solutions available, and a lot of information:
The Omnipay Stripe gateway has not yet been updated to use Stripe's SCA compatible tools. People have asked the question: https://github.com/thephpleague/omnipay-stripe/issues
This article was recommended in last weeks Responsive Design Weekly newsletter. I’ve read some, looks like it may have some useful info for you.
Thanks for your reply Ian but the user requirements call for flexibility that’s beyond the capabilities of Navigation Groups.
We may look at building an add on that makes use of Navigation Group functionality and adds the extra requirements.
I'm looking for information or previous experience of implementing a mega dropdown menu (similar to the training dropdown here: https://www.tcc-net.com/). I'd normally consider using perch_pages_navigation with a suitably styled naviagtion template to obtain the required layout. Some requirements for the current project preclude this solution:
- The group names may be arbitrary, they may not correspond to a site page and therefore cannot link anywhere;
- Links to a page may need to be added to more than one group;
- Some links may be offsite (and require a label indicating the fact).
I'm evaluating a few approaches at the moment:
- creating a shared content region which allows users to build up a menu using a combination of repeating regions, repeaters, categories, blocks
- developing an add on, possibly making use of navigation groups
I'd be greatful for suggested approaches, ideas or experiences. Thanks.