Spire CMS roles

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Spire CMS has the following permission roles: CMS_ContentEditor, CMS_ContentDeveloper, CMS_SiteEditor, CMS_Publisher and CMS_SystemAdmin. Each role lets users perform some actions while blocking other actions. You can assign a role to a user by going to the Administration > Users > Console Users and selecting the roles you want that user to have. To create a custom role, see Creating custom roles.

CMS_ContentEditor

Content editors can do the following:

  • Content
    • Add widgets to a content page
    • Delete widgets from a content page
    • Rearrange widgets on a content page
    • Edit existing content widgets on any page (commerce and content)
  • Pages
    • Create new content pages
    • Delete content pages
    • Create a page variant
    • Delete a page variant
    • Copy a page
    • Rearrange pages in the page tree

CMS_ContentDeveloper

To assign this role, first enable the setting Advanced Spire CMS Features in the Admin Console under Administration > System > Settings > Site Configurations > Widgets.

Content developers can add and edit content in the Code Snippet widget. Other user roles can view the Code Snippet widget. Only CMS_ContentDeveloper and CMS_SystemAdmin can add and edit it.

 

CMS_SiteEditor

Site editors can do the following:

  • Content
    • All CMS_ContentEditor actions
    • Update Content
    • Edit settings and content of commerce widgets
  • Pages
    • Compose commerce pages
    • Add widgets to a commerce page
    • Delete widgets from a commerce page
    • Rearrange widgets on a content page

CMS_Publisher

Publishers can do the following:

  • Approve content for users who do not have publishing permissions
  • Publish content, including:
    • Bulk publish
    • Future publish
    • Rollback
    • Immediate publish

CMS_SystemAdmin

System administrators can do the following:

  • All actions listed in CMS_ContentEditor, CMS_SiteEditor, and CMS_Publisher roles
  • Edit a site’s global style guide