June 4th, 2013
With Frontend-User-Access you can set frontend access restrictions to:
* articles (specific articles)
* part of articles and templates
and much more
You can make as many usergroups as you need and assign users to them. There are 2 predefined usergroups which are very userfull:
* ‘not logged in’
* ‘logged in but not assigned to any usergroup’
Users can be assigned to multiple groups.
You can configure for each restriction-type (components, articles etc.) to reverse the access, so any box ticked becomes a restriction instead of an access-right.
Frontend-User-Access is NOT A HACK.
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