How to set website permissions
Silktide allows you to configure what permissions your users have to see and work with the websites on your account.
There are three levels of permission a user can have for a website:
- Manager – has full access to see, edit, and delete all settings for the website. This includes being able to set this website’s permissions for other users.
- Contributor – can see the website, and make decisions about it (e.g. approve spelling errors, ignore broken links). Cannot change settings for the website.
- Viewer – can see the website but has no ability to change it in any way. This means they can’t make decisions or change any settings.
If a user is an account owner, they automatically have Manager permissions for every website.
Setting permissions for a website
- View the website you want to configure
- Click Settings
- Click Permissions
You will be shown a list of users who already have permission to see or work with this website. For each of these you can either change their permission with the drop-down menu next to their name, or remove their permission with the X icon next to their name.
To add a user who doesn’t currently have permission to use the website, select them from the drop-down menu at the top of the screen, select the level of permission they should have, and click Add.
See also setting default website permissions.
- How to add a website
- How to add multiple websites at once
- How to delete a website
- How to check your websites are set up correctly
- How to limit how fast Silktide downloads a website
- How to exclude pages from a website
- How to export tables of results
- How to find your website
- How to retest a single page while you are viewing it
- How to retest specific pages
- How to retest your whole website
- How to search results for specific webpages
- How to search the content of your website
- How to set a website's competitors
- How to set when your website is automatically retested
- How to specify languages used by a website
- How to specify what pages are in a website when you create it
- How to test password-protected websites
- How to exclude a region of a page from being tested