When you create or authorize a user in the system, that user has read-only permissions on all pages. Access rights is a list of permissions that are assigned to a user which define what he can or cannot do.
From the Users page, click on the name of the account you want to view.
A section is titled Access Rights, which lists the current access rights of the user:
A user can have as many access rights as needed. For example, you may want the user to be able to read any page but only create / edit a few. An access right rule consists of 4 parts:
Permission: Defines what the user can do.
Path precision: Whether the path entered should match precisly (Path match exactly) or only match the beginning (Path starts with).
Path: The actual path
Allow / Deny: Allow means the rule will be applied. Deny means the user will not be able to access the page.
By default, a user has
Read Only (permission) to all pages that
starts with (path precision) the path
To allow a user to create and edit any page on the site, simply change that permission to Read and Write.
To provide granular access to a user, you can add as many rules as you need. Rules are additive, with the Deny action having priority.
Given this example:
The user can read any page, with the exception of all pages that starts with
The user can edit (and create) the page
/piano, but not
The user cannot read, create or edit any page that begins with
/violin. Therefor, he can read the page
/viola but not
Click Save Changes to save the new rules.
Simply click the red X button next to the rule to delete.
Click Save Changes to save the updated rules.