Right now, I can control access to a page with the display statuses (Disabled, Private, Public). These three choices don't allow me to display a page for users who are registered to my site. I was hoping for a Members option to offer, for example, a page for Parents.
There is an "Anyone" permissions group that is available on Public pages (that seems redundant, but OK...). There could be a Members permission group here, if that fit into the architecture a little better.
It was suggested that create a group, which does seem possible (smart group with Member Status = Active), but that points out an additional requirement: I want to display a page for *current* parents. I imagine that Active members would include anyone who has (self-) registered with the site, including previous year's parents.
I don't want to (manually) disable the accounts of previous year's parents, since that would prevent them from access their team's scores, messages, videos, etc. From what I understand, they could also rejoin at any time, which would also defeat the purpose.
I could create a Smart Group of people who have paid this year's registration, but that doesn't cover all the current people (2nd parent accounts, etc).
Hope that all makes sense!
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Can you describe in more detail the type of things you want to make public versus private? Is it a single page or your entire site? Also, how do you determine someone is active? Is it because they have gone through our registration process and paid a fee or just 'registered'