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Multiple Page Permissions
Yukito
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Message # 1 | 10:27 PM
My first post in this forum and the situation is as follows:
I have a website created in uCoz that has fifteen pages already. Recently, I unlocked the website for everyone to view(except some restricted content in it) and I would like to know if there is a way to attribute access permissions to multiple pages at the same time, like all pages under a page or something like that.
For example, if you create a page under another, the "child" page would get the same permissions as the page above it. For now, this is not happening.
Is there something like this in uCoz? It would help a lot to have.

Thanks, hope to hear from you guys.

http://yukitoscorner.ucoz.co.uk
Felicia
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Message # 2 | 7:32 AM
Yukito, the permissions can be set through the User module, for each group of users.
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Yukito
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Message # 3 | 6:24 PM
Quote Felicia ()
Yukito, the permissions can be set through the User module, for each group of users.

Well, it doesn't control access permissions to pages. What I need is to control in bulk which groups can access website pages. Such as, I have a homepage which is accessible to everyone, but also have other pages under it, that used to be locked to registered and approved users. That's the kind of permission I want to apply in bulk.
What the usergroups do is control who can interact like post things or use the guestbook and also, manage the website in general.
Because I know the site will get bigger one time, so I would like a way to control access to groups of pages.
Thanks.

http://yukitoscorner.ucoz.co.uk
Jambatti
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Message # 4 | 6:52 PM
Quote Yukito ()


You should be able to set these permission in group policies.

Also, if you want close-off certain pages/materials your site from undesirable readers, you can password-protect certain parts of the site.

By default, uCoz Forum module (for your site) has option to hide certain topics from certain groups of users (or guests). But to do so with actual pages of your site, you'll need a bit of custom code I'm afraid. You can get help from our partner developers at Divly with that: https://divly.net/help?utm_source=select_lang_en

They work for many years with our platforms, so if something like you described is doable on uCoz - they can do it for you for a modest fee.
Yukito
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Message # 5 | 2:03 AM
Never knew about password protection. Thought the only way to protect was with access control permissions. What I wanted was bulk management.
Like, I have three groups of pages. Would be cool to block all pages in the group at the same time, instead of editing one by one.

http://yukitoscorner.ucoz.co.uk
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