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Now, if we assign a menu item, module, or other object to the Guest access level, only non-logged in users will have access. For example, if we create a new menu item with access level of Guest, as shown below,  
 
Now, if we assign a menu item, module, or other object to the Guest access level, only non-logged in users will have access. For example, if we create a new menu item with access level of Guest, as shown below,  
 
[[Image:screenshot_acl_tutorial_20110112-05.png|center|frame]]
 
[[Image:screenshot_acl_tutorial_20110112-05.png|center|frame]]
this menu item will only be visible to non-logged-in visitors to the site. Login/logout in frontend (for changing data in session) to see the change.
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this menu item will only be visible to non-logged-in visitors to the site.  
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If required other user groups like Author can be granted access in the Guest access level, this would allow Authors to view articles in the front end for editing.
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'''N.B. Login/logout in front end (''for changing data in session'') to see the change.'''
  
 
=Using Permission and Group Levels Together=
 
=Using Permission and Group Levels Together=

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