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In the previous guide in our Working with Groups & Permissions in Concrete5 series, we showed you how to create a group in Concrete5. In this next tutorial we will walk you through adjusting page permissions.
This is useful when limiting who is allowed to view or make changes to a page. For example you may only want one group to update a specific page. This is part of our Concrete5 Education channel.
Work with page permissions:
Select the check box next to the groups you want to View / Edit this page. Keep in mind the Guest group is any visitor to your website, so be careful if allowing this group to modify a page. Registered Users are required to create an account.
Once you have made your selections, click the blue Save button on the bottom right. Congratulations, now you know how to work with permissions in Concrete5! In the next tutorial we will cover allowing users to define time zones in Concrete5.
|1.||Creating a Group in Concrete5|
|2.||Working with Page Permissions in Concrete5|
|3.||Allowing Users to Define Time Zones in Concrete5|
|4.||Set your Concrete5 Login Destination|
|5.||How to Display or Hide Errors in Concrete5|
|6.||Enable Logging in Concrete5|
|7.||Viewing Application Exceptions & Emails Sent Logs in the Concrete5|
|8.||Block an IP in Concrete5|
|9.||Smart IP Banning in Concrete5|
|10.||Viewing PHP Errors in Concrete5|
|11.||Add Banned Words to Concrete5|
|12.||Enable Concrete5 Advanced Permissions|
|13.||Allow Public Registration in Concrete5|
|14.||Working with Advanced Public Registration Options in Concrete5|
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