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Anonymous user unable to view html in content block

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  1. Louis Farrell
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    Hey,

    Pretty much as the title suggests, that when i am logged in, the whole website is viewable, with all content visible as it should be on every page. However, as soon as i view the website without logging in, any html that was written in content blocks is not visible; the template for that page is visible (eg i can see the header and footer). I can see other controls such as the news module, navigation etc.

    Permission on all pages are currently set for Everyone to view every page, i have even tried selecting which users can view pages (selecting all of them) and this still doesnt work.

    I am hoping you have a solution?

    Regards,

    Louis
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Louis,

    Could you check whether there are permissions set for the widgets/layout elements. Since you see all data when you are logged in I suppose that the issue is related to the permissions.

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    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Louis Farrell
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    Hi Ivan,

    Thanks for the quick reply! Whereabouts is this set? I did have a look around for this before, but was unable to find such a setting?

    Cheers,

    Louis
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Louis,

    I prepared a short video for you.

    Regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  5. Louis Farrell
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    Hi Ivan,

    Many thanks, sorry i was looking for a more general setting to change, but you are correct, this will work, however i am suspecting it is the migration from 3.7 to 4.0 that has set every content block to be set as viewable by only an Administrator. We have 250+ content blocks throughout our site...you wouldnt know which table in the database these permissions are set in would you?

    Regards,

    Louis

    EDIT: When i go to set the permissions on an individual content block, the header comes up with 'null', as shown in the attached screenshot.
  6. Louis Farrell
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    *bump*

    Hi,

    Anyone know which table in the database the permissions for page content viewing are set in?

    Thanks,

    Louis
  7. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Louis,

    All permissions are stored in sf_permissions. For the separate types we have joint tables like [sf_pg_templates_sf_permissions] and[sf_permissions_inheritance_map], but the grant actions are inside sf_permissions

    I suggest that you should try using the API for making bulk changes to the permissions

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