Brightspot CMS User Guide

Limiting access to developer-level features

The Developer list limits access to developer-level features. These features provide advanced content editing or content management, and require a certain level of technical knowledge to use them correctly; however, using these features incorrectly can cause Brightspot to operate differently from expected.

In the following example, the role has access to all developer-level features except the HTML toggle in the rich-text editor.

In some Brightspot versions, giving a developer access to the HTML toggle permission also allows the developer to see a help icon when hovering over a field in a content edit page. Clicking the icon displays technical information about the field's declaration.

For information about how to enable this feature if it is not already enabled, see Providing field data to developers.

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