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Checklist: 2sxc - Hide advanced features from Content-Editors with Designer Security Role

To hide advanced features from the content-editor (but keep them visible to the web designer) use this checklist.
  • Introduction

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    2sxc (2Sexy Content) has one primary goal: Empower Content-Editors to create Great Content. Because of this, it differentiates between Content Designers and Content Editors. Here's the difference
    • Content Designers are web designers with HTML, JS, DotNetNuke and other know-how. They create and design the elements inside 2sxc. Content Designers must configure technical stuff inside 2sxc.
    • Content Editors are people that use pre-configured 2sxc to create pages with great content. These people don't understand the internals, and should not access the technical stuff. To make their experience easier, 2sxc actually hides the technical stuff from Content Editors
  • Create the User-Group for Designers

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  • In DotNetNuke, create a user group called "2sxc Designers"

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  • Add your DotNetNuke-user to the newly created group

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