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# Log in to the Administrator back-end.  
 
# Log in to the Administrator back-end.  
# Go to '''Content > Article Manager'''. There you see a list of articles previosuly created.  
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# Go to '''Content > Article Manager'''. There you see a list of articles previously created.  
 
# You can see the permissions for each article in the '''Access Level''' column. By default articles are saved with ''Public'' access permissions.
 
# You can see the permissions for each article in the '''Access Level''' column. By default articles are saved with ''Public'' access permissions.
# If you want to change the access permissions (e.g. deny access to unregistered users) you can either:
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# If you want to change the access permissions (e.g. deny access to an article for unregistered users) you can either:
 
#* Click the link from the '''Access Level''' column to change it from ''Public'' to ''Registered'' or ''Special'' (you don't need to save changes) or,
 
#* Click the link from the '''Access Level''' column to change it from ''Public'' to ''Registered'' or ''Special'' (you don't need to save changes) or,
#* Click the article '''Title''' to view the content and change the Access Level in '''Parameters (Article) > Access level''' and Save changes.
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#* Click the chosen article's '''Title''' to view the content and change the Access Level in '''Parameters (Article) > Access level''' and '''Save''' changes.

Latest revision as of 08:48, 27 September 2012

  1. Log in to the Administrator back-end.
  2. Go to Content > Article Manager. There you see a list of articles previously created.
  3. You can see the permissions for each article in the Access Level column. By default articles are saved with Public access permissions.
  4. If you want to change the access permissions (e.g. deny access to an article for unregistered users) you can either:
    • Click the link from the Access Level column to change it from Public to Registered or Special (you don't need to save changes) or,
    • Click the chosen article's Title to view the content and change the Access Level in Parameters (Article) > Access level and Save changes.