I’m trying to set up a website for a cultural project with a group of participants. It features a blog that should be used for internal discussions only. So in the front-end, the blog should to be restricted to logged-in users. And in the panel, participants should have access only to the blog; all the other content of the website (pages, files, users, etc.) should be hidden and inaccessible. That means basically the dashboard for participants needs it’s own layout.
Setting up a specific role would be the way to go. But unfortunately the current version of Kirby 3 supports only to control permissions for types of content in general (pages, files, etc.), not for specific objects (e.g. only the blog).
Kirby 2 was more compliant in this sense. I understand that more fine grained permissions will be part of a future update of Kirby 3. Any details about the release date?
In the meantime your help would be very much appreciated. For my project it’s an essential feature. There’s a similar post already in the forum, but I’m afraid I’m still stuck here.
Thank you very much.