yellowled Posted February 24, 2014 Share Posted February 24, 2014 Sorry if this has been covered before, but I was unable to find it using the search. (If so, please just point me to the thread.) Given project is for an organization which has local sub-organizations. It's supposed to have “global” editors which should be able to edit (almost) any page in the site (that one I got covered) as well as “local” editors which should only be able to edit pages for their specific local organization. For example: * Homepage * Page * Page * Section New York * Section Los Angeles * Page * etc. So in this example, there would be a group editors which would be able to edit any page in the tree, but also groups: * editors-newyork: able to edit only “Section New York” and child pages of that * editors-losangeles: able to edit only “Section Los Angeles” and child pages of that Everyone (including me) would use templates like section-newyork and section-losangeles plus template-based access, but there's a twist. This is supposed to be expandable by the client, i.e. the client should be able to add a section-boston with a group editors-boston and corresponding permissions. I don't see that working with template-based access since the client is not supposed to create/edit templates. Another way to handle it would be the Page Edit Per User module, but I find that a bit cumbersome because it works on a per-user basis instead of a per-role basis. Is there an (easy) way to extend the module to use roles instead? (Disclaimer: I am not a PHP coder, I can't do this myself without help.) Or is there a way to implement this I am simply missing? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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