A few days ago, we introduced our product “DNN Dynamic Roles“. Now it’s time to go a bit deeper: What’s the purpose of this module? Who needs it? What can you do with it?
If you are a DNN administrator or editor, you probably know that a page is made up of several components, or “modules” in DNN’s language. You can control who is allowed to see which parts of your portal by employing roles: By adding and removing roles to each module’s permission list, you can widen or restrict the visibility of your page modules. The default setting is “All Users” can “View Module”. Quite a good guess in most situations. Continue reading