For Experience Manager, it looks like I can control:
- Which pages an editor can make (with permissions on the containing Experience Manager Page Type)
- Where they can make pages (with permissions as well)
- Which new Content Types are allowed for each Page Template for a given Publication
However, I can still see the full list of Page Types. (see edit, persmissions work)
- Would extending the Page Type list be the right approach to hide page types for certain users (groups)?
- How might we limit the visible Page Types when on a certain page?
The scenario might be: "as a user viewing a page in the
About Us section (Structure Group), only let me select certain (XPM) Page Types."
Edit: Confirming hiding Page Types with permissions can "trim" the list. I probably didn't refresh.
Another edit: If I had to revisit this requirement, I'd change "limit" to encourage, similar to how XPM will suggest certain bundles for items. This might include lists like:
- Popular pages for this section (Structure Group)
- Recently used Page Types
- Suggested Page Types
The other Page Types should still be available to XPM users.
(80040356) Unable to retrieve item with id), but didn't affect the visible list. Looks like Browser search can also help even if we can't change the list.
readon containing Structure Groups). Hiding by Page Template might be too much, though--I often have projects with only a few PTs ("Home" and "Content").