Javascript är avstängt eller blockerat i din webbläsare. Detta kan leda till att vissa delar av vår webbplats inte fungerar som de ska. Sätt på javascript för optimal funktionalitet och utseende.

Webbläsaren som du använder stöds inte av denna webbplats. Alla versioner av Internet Explorer stöds inte längre, av oss eller Microsoft (läs mer här: * https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/windows/end-of-ie-support).

Var god och använd en modern webbläsare för att ta del av denna webbplats, som t.ex. nyaste versioner av Edge, Chrome, Firefox eller Safari osv.

Roles and permissions

Drupal users can be assigned one or more different roles that give them permission to take various actions in the system.

Here is a brief overview of the permissions found in Drupal:

  • Site admin: Has access to and can configure the entire site, can create and edit all content types, create and assign users different permissions. Usually assigned only to the website manager (webbplatsansvarig).

  • Site editor: Can create and edit all content types and move around the content on the site. Unable to configure the site or assign users permissions.

  • Site writer: Can edit landing pages and pages within its assigned section, can move around pages within its section. Can create webforms. Cannot create landing pages or subpages. Can be used when you want a publisher to only be able to edit a certain part of the site.

  • Section writer: Can edit pages within their assigned section, create and edit info boxes, upload files. Can be used when you want a publisher to only be able to edit a specific page.

  • Personnel: Can edit their own personal page, upload files and create infoboxes on it.

  • News writer: Can create and edit their own articles, upload files and create infoboxes. Can be used as a supplementary permission if a regular publisher also needs to be able to publish articles, but can also be distributed individually.

  • Webform editor: Can create and edit their own webforms and webform pages, upload files and create info boxes. Can be used as a supplementary permission if a regular publisher needs to be able to publish webforms or look at results for a webform, but can also be distributed individually.

  • Calendar writer: Can create and edit their own events in a calendar, upload files and create info boxes. Can be used as a supplementary permission if a regular publisher needs to be able to publish events on the site, but can also be distributed individually.

You can also control access to content by creating sections and granting access to specific pages via the menu. This is done via the "Workbench access" tab per each user.

The role as Site Admin is distributed by the Communication section after a mandatory Drupal training has been completed. Other roles are assigned by you as the Site Admin, and you are also the one who ensures that your publishers complete the right training before they have access. All roles except Personnel, Webform Editor and Calendar writer require training.

Support

If you have any questions, please contact Servicedesk. 

E-mail: servicedesk [at] lu [dot] se

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