[pmwiki-users] How do I only let authorized users edit pages?
John M. Gabriele
john_sips_tea at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 24 15:49:45 CDT 2005
I've just installed pmwiki and am very impressed. This
is a great project. :)
I've started editing my pages, but want to set up my wiki
Only folks who "register" (not sure what that entails though)
can edit posts -- but only after I authorize them.
I'd like for everyone else (random folks visiting the wiki)
to be able to view the pages.
I looked in local/config.php, and even changed that one
$DefaultPasswords['admin'] = crypt('ultra_super_secret');
But that doesn't seem to affect anything.
The comments above that line in the config file say:
## You'll probably want to set an administrative password that you
## can use to get into password-protected pages.
but I've got no idea what these "password-protected pages" are.
What are they? What are they good for?
Is there some admin page I can go to, to graphically check checkboxes
of which users can have editing privileges?
I've also looked here:
but there's nothing there about what I'm trying to do (which seems
like it'd be pretty common).
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