About Web Manager
A typical requirement for Web sites is to allow only some users (authenticated users) to see certain pages. In web, you can use roles to manage user access to Web pages. Roles enable you to apply the same access rules to a group of users, such as managers, administrators, members, and so on. To use roles, you create new roles, assign individual users to one or more roles, and then grant access permissions to the role. Every user in that role is granted the permissions that are defined for that role. For example, you can create an administrator role add users to the role and set up access rules that allow only users in the role to see administrator’s page. Users who are authenticated but are not assigned to the administrator role will not be able to access the pages that you configure only for administrators.
- Creating folders and pages that have restricted access.
- Assigning users to roles.
- Configuring the Web site with membership and roles.
- Adding users to the Web site.
- Maintaining web.
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|Chairman, Website Upgradation & Developmentfirstname.lastname@example.org||+91 11-33861173|