Last post May 15, 2005 08:17 AM by colby
May 13, 2005 09:41 PM|colby|LINK
I'm not sure if I'm missing anything here, I'm new to dotnetnuke and I'm doing some evaluation.
Here is what I have.
I've successfully installed dotnetnuke onto a Windows 2003 Server Web Edition. I have also successfully created a child portal. What I want to do is make sure that only people who register can see anything beyond the home page of the child portal, or the
whole portal would be fine also. I've made it a Private site and removed what I thought was the anonymous access to the site, and I can still access everything (view only)
I've been combing these forums, the dotnetnuke site and googling things for answers, all to no avail. Can someone point me in the right direction?
May 14, 2005 09:38 AM|xddg|LINK
Dave, in your page settings you can set permissions. If you set to have registered users only, then the content on that page will not be visible unless they are logged in.
Have you set the page permissions correctly? If you see the red line around the modules with Administrators only, that will indicate the page is not set for public viewing.
So the process is to create a page, and in the page settings, you'll see a list of check boxes - view/edit permissions, it's here you set who you want to be able to view it. Then the public can't see it unless they log in.
Hope this helps.
May 15, 2005 08:17 AM|colby|LINK
That was the missing link. I was thinking on a site by site basis rather than down at the page level.
Thanks very much for the quick reply.