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What do you mean? You don't want Contribute-users to be able to edit some html-files on the server?
Yes. I've constructed a website which has been up and running for some time using DW8 ...and which hasn't been based on templates. I've now installed Contribute 3 to it from a remote PC ...and have successfully made a linked to it. Although I can upload text and images OK using Contribute I haven't been able to change the Permission settings in DW to prevent changes being made to any of the files, - including index.htm!
I note that the Contribute Administration tools in DW refer to permission settings for folders ...but not for individual files.
I've been searching Tom Negrino's book on Contribute 3 and can't find a answer. I'd be very grateful for your help!
It's not possible to prevent users from editing individual pages. You will have to place the files users can edit in a folder and adjust preferences using the admin-settings.
Using Templates you can make users able to edit only 'editable regions'and nothing else.
Many thanks, ThinkInk. I am grateful.