[website-critique] Setting Permissions with FrontPage

  • From: "Peter" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "Website-Critique" <websitecritique@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 22:04:33 -0400

Setting Permissions with FrontPage

To control who may edit your Web site, you use FrontPage to
specify administrators and authors. If you want your Web site to
appear only to authorized visitors, you can also create a list of
people with browsing access.

FrontPage provides for the following three levels of access:

*    Administer: Giving someone Administer access makes him
     or her an administrator, and an administrator can
     create, edit, or delete Web sites and pages and adjust
     a Web site's permissions. Every Web site must have at
     least one administrator.

*    Author: An author can create, edit, or delete pages but
     cannot create or delete Web sites or adjust the Web
     site's permissions.

*    Browse: A person with Browse access can only a view a
     Web site with a Web browser; that person can't edit the
     Web site or even open the site in FrontPage.


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Peter



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