Structures and Templates provide direct access to Liferay’s APIs which makes them powerful, but it also means that they can be dangerous in the wrong hands. Only trusted users should be given access. The recommended practice is to create two Roles with access to structures and templates:
Content Developers get full permission to create and edit structures and templates.
Content Creators only need permission to view the structures and templates so they can use them to create content.
When creating the Roles, define them to have global permission for all structures and templates across the entire instance or only for specific Sites. For more information on creating Roles, see the Roles and Permissions article.
You can also control access to specific templates separately. To determine who can view and interact with a template,
Go to the Templates tab.
Click the Action* button () for a template that you created and select Permissions.
Here permissions for a template can be set for Roles or Teams. Use this option to provide access to templates on a case by case basis for users that shouldn’t have access to templates on a larger level granted by a Role.
Whether your Site is small and static or large and dynamic, Liferay’s Web Content Management system enables you to plan and manage it. With tools such as the WYSIWYG editor, structures and templates, you can quickly add and edit content. With Web Content Display, you can rapidly select and configure what content to display. You’ll find that managing your site becomes far easier when using Liferay DXP’s Web Content Management system.