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Is it possible to give view page(or article) permission per Taxonomy term? I know there is a "Taxonomy Access Control" module but this module does not really give the permission, beside hiding the node url. Meaning I still able to see the page if I know the original url. For example, "www.mysite.com/node/100".

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  • Are you sure TAC does not provide this? What do you mean view page permission? Are you looking to give users of role A the ability to view pages with term X, where as users of role B can view pages with term X?
    – Jason
    Apr 11 '14 at 19:48
  • I'm trying to "NOT" give user of role A(anonymous) the ability to view any pages on Term X. The problem with TAC is that, user of role A still able to view pages on Term X if they know the original URL. For example, user can type the page "www.mysite.com/node/100" url and view that page, if that node 100 is on "Term X".
    – CocoSkin
    Apr 11 '14 at 20:03
  • Hi, Checkout this site I just spun up > sb8bc3b2bc0e986a.s3.simplytest.me/node/1. Access Denied, right? Login with 'test_authenticated' and 'test' and you can see it with the tag 'disallowed', which I've configured using TAC to not show to anonymous users.
    – Jason
    Apr 11 '14 at 20:25
  • I think you might have TAC mis configured or need to rebuild permissions. Can you provide specifics about how you've configured it?
    – Jason
    Apr 11 '14 at 20:43
  • I'm trying to rebuild the permission now. My setting was "D-View, I-Update, I-Delete". It may take me a while to reset because my site has over 8000+ pages.
    – CocoSkin
    Apr 11 '14 at 20:47
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I think TAC can provide this functionality.

Here's a screen shot of the TAC config.

http://cl.ly/image/1f1Z433r0y1s

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  • Thank You Jason, your answer and respond did help me a lot. It fixed after I changed the "access control" permission on content type(page).
    – CocoSkin
    Apr 11 '14 at 21:38
  • Great, glad you hung in there and figured it out!
    – Jason
    Apr 11 '14 at 21:48

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