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is there an easy way to disable (readonly) fields in the backend for ALL users and roles (also superadmin).

I already found a module -> https://www.drupal.org/project/disable_field but this module allows superadmins to edit the fields.

Why do i need this?

Because the 5star rating module isn't ported to D8 yet i need a solution to realize a 5star voting in D8 with the vote data (5star rating) from an old drupal installation.

My thought was to work with a field collection, where i want to import the main 5star rating values from the old site into the new installation.

Afterwards i want to build a custom 5star voting.

The users should not be able to change this values in the field collection.

Any ideas?

Regards

M.

  • What about removing the fields in Manage form display of the field collection? If you want to be sure, you can set $form['field_name']['#access'] = FALSE; in a form alter hook. – 4k4 Sep 21 '16 at 13:01
  • ahhhhhhhhhh sounds nice... i've totally forgotten that i could handle it this way! thx for the hint! i'll give it a try :) – themca Sep 21 '16 at 13:05
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I don't know why would you need to disable any fields in the first place (that's not turns out from your post), but if you need 5 voting field, you could easily create it:

You may need just a part of them or all of them:

Creating a custom Field

  • It's quite easy: Disabeling the fields therefore, that nobody can change the vote results. I don't want to add a new field, i want to work with existing fields, like text etc. combined with the field collection module. Now it looks like this: dropbox.com/s/7xp3xyx8o5m5vai/… – themca Sep 21 '16 at 12:24

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