Adjusting user permissions


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Adjusting user permissions

Once you've decided to allow memberships on your site, you may want to control how much those members can do when they're logged in. By default, they can't really do that much: just read content and comment on it. But you can give them more power by assigning them to a role and then adjusting those roles on a task-by-task basis. The first step in doing that is going up to the People page, by clicking on People, and then going to look at the permissions. These permissions are broken up so that each row is a specific task on your site, and each column is a different role.

You can see those roles by clicking this little button in the upper right-hand corner, and it's the same group as you saw on the previous page: anonymous user, authenticated user, and so forth. Now there are a few roles here that are always going to be there and you can't change. The first one is anonymous user. That's somebody who visits your site and hasn't signed in. The second is authenticated...

Adjusting user permissions
Video duration: 6m 35s 6h 6m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 10, 2011

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Adjusting user permissions provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Tom Geller as part of the Drupal Gardens Essential Training

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