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Problem

I'm trying to block access to Drupal's taxonomy pages for anonymous users.

I'm using the solution set out in this answer, but for Drupal 7 rather than 6.

I'm using hook_menu_alter and hook_permission to create a new access argument for taxonomy pages. The permission is successfully created, but no matter what roles I tick the pages remain blocked. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Example Code

function custom_module_menu_alter(&$items) {
  $items['taxonomy/term/%']['access arguments'] = array('access taxonomy permission');
}

function custom_module_permission() {
  return array(
    'access taxonomy permission' => array(
        'title' => t('Access taxonomy pages'),
    )
  );
}
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Is there any special reason that you're using 'taxonomy/term/%' instead of 'taxonomy/term/%taxonomy_term' in your implementation of hook_menu_alter()? If not, I would change that and clear the cache, see if it helps.

Edit...Here's a code example from the Term Per Role module:

function term_per_role_menu_alter(&$items) { 
  $path = 'taxonomy/term/%taxonomy_term'; 
  if (isset($items[$path])) { 
    $items[$path]['page arguments'] = array_merge($items[$path]['page arguments'], array($items[$path]['page callback'])); 
    $items[$path]['page callback'] = 'term_per_role_taxonomy_term_page'; 
  } 
}

(A module which I would have recommended but the last commit on the project was over 3 years ago.)

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