I've installed drupal 7 with cartaro (its shares its login system with geoserver).

I created some pages and book entries: I choosed to display some pages in the main menu (I clicked on 'provide a menu link' when editing those pages).

The links shows in the main menu if I'm logged in, but they remain invisible for anonymous users. Where are the settings to force the main menu to be visible for anonymous users?

In Administration/People:permissions, I checked "View published content" for anonymous users.

---- Additional description following comments ---- Originally I had both Appearance/mytheme/ main menu toggled in "toggle display" AND a menu block added to the theme: menu visible only for logged user, not for anonymous. If I toggle off the main menu in Appearance/toggle display of the menu theme: even the logged user can't see the menu. I think therefore that only the main menu from the theme appearance actually shows up, the menu from strucutre/blocks won't show up in any case.

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    By default main menu IS visible to all users, but each item will have its own permission to get displayed on site. – niksmac Mar 7 '13 at 14:14
  • In administration/Structure/Main menu, list links shows me the list of items making the menu. I do not see any permission on them. Is there another place to set ip up? – Bruno von Paris Mar 7 '13 at 14:18
  • Does the anonymous user have "View published content" permission granted? – Pan Chrono Mar 7 '13 at 14:22
  • Yes. Thanks for mentionning, I've updated my question. – Bruno von Paris Mar 7 '13 at 14:28
  • Do you have any node access modules installed? – Clive Mar 7 '13 at 14:28

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