Control end-user access to a page

Hello. Has been developed an extension or a solution to allow from the
admin interface to control access of end-usersto a given page/tree?
What I’d like to do is to create a “reserved” part of the site (page
which could only be accessed by a list of users which I define
(username/password) inside the radiant admin u/i. Many thanks in
advance.

Luigi

Well where would you restrict access, on the public site or in the
admin? If you’re talking about in the admin, then you might want to
check out Page Group Permissions:
http://github.com/freels/radiant-extensions/tree/master/page_group_permissions/README
, However I don’t know whats around for user access control on the
public side though.

Luigi R. wrote:

Hello. Has been developed an extension or a solution to allow from the
admin interface to control access of end-usersto a given page/tree?
What I’d like to do is to create a “reserved” part of the site (page
which could only be accessed by a list of users which I define
(username/password) inside the radiant admin u/i. Many thanks in
advance.

Luigi

Luigi,

I am very new to Radiant, but would also be very interested in the
ability to restrict public access to certain public facing articles.
The idea is that readers would be invited / given access to get at this
extra content.
If you come up with a solution please let me know. I would also be
interested in helping with an extension of this sort, although my rails
skills still need some polishing.

Carl.

Luigi R. wrote:

Hello. Has been developed an extension or a solution to allow from the
admin interface to control access of end-usersto a given page/tree?
What I’d like to do is to create a “reserved” part of the site (page
which could only be accessed by a list of users which I define
(username/password) inside the radiant admin u/i. Many thanks in
advance.

Luigi

Carl Pattie wrote:

Luigi,

I am very new to Radiant, but would also be very interested in the
ability to restrict public access to certain public facing articles.
The idea is that readers would be invited / given access to get at this
extra content.
If you come up with a solution please let me know. I would also be
interested in helping with an extension of this sort, although my rails
skills still need some polishing.

Carl.

I’m also interested in this – would be great for the site I’m currently
working on.

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