Elgg  Version 3.0
ban.php
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1 <?php
6 $guid = (int) get_input('guid');
8 
10  return elgg_error_response(elgg_echo('admin:user:self:ban:no'));
11 }
12 
13 if (!$user || !$user->canEdit()) {
14  return elgg_error_response(elgg_echo('admin:user:ban:no'));
15 }
16 
17 if (!$user->ban('banned')) {
18  return elgg_error_response(elgg_echo('admin:user:ban:no'));
19 }
20 
21 return elgg_ok_response('', elgg_echo('admin:user:ban:yes'));
$guid
Bans a user.
Definition: ban.php:6
get_user($guid)
Get a user object from a GUID.
Definition: users.php:40
elgg_echo($message_key, array $args=[], $language="")
Given a message key, returns an appropriately translated full-text string.
Definition: languages.php:21
get_input($variable, $default=null, $filter_result=true)
Get some input from variables passed submitted through GET or POST.
Definition: input.php:27
elgg_error_response($error= '', $forward_url=REFERRER, $status_code=ELGG_HTTP_OK)
Prepare an error response to be returned by a page or an action handler.
$user
Definition: ban.php:7
elgg_ok_response($content= '', $message= '', $forward_url=null, $status_code=ELGG_HTTP_OK)
Prepares a successful response to be returned by a page or an action handler.
elgg_get_logged_in_user_guid()
Return the current logged in user by guid.
Definition: sessions.php:39