Change the label for the button 'Public view' to read 'Regular view'
When any member who has been granted any level of admin rights logs in, they have the option to switch into 'Admin view' by clicking the 'Admin view' button at the top right of their screen. Once in Admin view they see a button labeled 'Public view' at the top of their screen - but since they are already logged in clicking that button will not give them a 'Public view' - rather they would have 'Regular view' which will still display content to them that the public does not see. To have a Public view, they must log out. This is confusing to our admins who think they have checked functionality 'as though they were the public' when in fact they have only checked what appears for a user with Admin rights.
Can you relabel the 'Public view' button to 'Regular view' ?
How about this: 1) Admin view 2) Member view 3) Public view ?
This could provide verification of Access level for a page, i.e. an "Access denied" page would display instead of a Member page while using "Public view."
Actually how about 'Member' view instead of Public view when a user with Admin rights is logged in but is not in Admin view?