That did the trick, thanks Wes & Josh! I knew it'd be something simple.
- Jeff On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 4:37 PM, Wes Gamble <we...@att.net> wrote: > Mimic the calls to > > skip_before_filter :verify_authenticity_token > no_login_required > > from SiteController in your extension's controllers - that's how the regular > Radiant pages do not require login. > > Alternatively, you could have your controllers descend from SiteController > as well, although that might a bit overkill. > > Wes > > On 10/19/10 3:32 PM, Jeff Casimir wrote: > > Hey all, > > I'm working on an extension that has controllers and views which I > want to be publicly accessible -- they don't go through the normal > radiant page structure or use the admin interface. As long as I'm > logged into the radiant admin interface everything works great. If > you're not logged into Radiant, though, it bounces you to the admin > login screen when you try to access any action. > > Is there an easy config option to tell radiant "allow public access to > these controllers / urls"? > > Thanks, > Jeff > >