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User preferences

... preferences, you might ship them with one of your own modules. The default user preferences are used by OpenCms to configure its behaviour according to the user's choices. At least when you add your own preference, you may want access to trigger some user...


Configuration files

... , and explain, from a bird's eye view, when (and how) they should be altered. We do not provide a complete overview on all available configuration options. The topic will help you to get the general directions where you could search for special configuration...


Background

... explain design concepts of OpenCms. Read them to get a "feeling" for OpenCms. To use OpenCms efficiently, it is useful to have some basic knowledge on how OpenCms works and what are the main concepts. Background topics provide such information. They can...


Permissions in OpenCms

... make up various organizational units to decentralize user management and you can also decide which users can see, read or write content of a given type. The topics listed here provide background on all the facets of permissions in OpenCms. Get...


Permissions on types

... , while normal workplace users can only view functions, i.e. add or remove them from pages. Besides setting permissions for specific roles, groups or users, you can set default permissions for a resource type. They overwrite the system defaults...


Permissions on VFS resources

... useful, when you want to create password protected areas. If you overwrite the inherited permissions, users where rights are not explictely set, in particular guest users that are not logged in will get a login form when trying to access such a resource...


Users, groups, roles and OUs

... OUs at all. Only when you use OpenCms to handle, for example, many sites, or various subsites that should be managed by different users, will setting up several sub OUs be your choice. For each sub OU you can specify users and groups and assign roles...


Roles in OpenCms

... cannot access the root site and has only very limited access to administrative tools. Workplace users automatically have all the roles listed below. An editor can create, delete and alter content on pages and change the sitemap. The role implies being...