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Set Permissions

April 29, 2010 by Steve

This site has two types of users: me and everybody else. Since I'm not having other people log in and the administrative account automatically has all the permissions, I'm taking the shortcut of not setting up Authenticated user permissions. That means that everyone using the site will be anonymous. Here's where I set permissions for the Anonymous user for modules we've added so far.

Go to the User Management > Permissions page and set the following permissions to be active:

  • Comment module (I want people to post comments, but I want to moderate them)
    • access comments
    • post comments
  • Contact module
    • access site-wide contact form
  • Links Weblink module
    • view weblinks
  • Print module
    • access print
  • Search module
    • search content
    • use advanced search

Save your changes. You might want to open up another browser and check how your site looks without logging in to make sure that things are how you want them to be.

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