|User Access: $wgRevokePermissions|
|Permission keys revoked from users in each group.|
|Introduced in version:||1.16.0 (r52083)|
|Removed in version:||still in use|
|Allowed values:||Complex array of boolean values.|
|Default value:|| |
|Other settings: Alphabetical | By function|
$wgGroupPermissions allows setting permissions for user groups.
$wgRevokePermissions allows revocation of any of those permissions. Revoking a right with
$wgRevokePermissions takes precedence over granting it with
$wgGroupPermissions. If the right is revoked for even one of the user's groups, they will not have it, regardless of whether it's explicitly permitted by other groups.
$wgRevokePermissions['sysop']['editinterface'] = true;
- Result is (when viewing Special:ListGroupRights)
Edit the user interface (
This acts the same way as $wgGroupPermissions, except that if the user is in a group here, the permission will be removed rather than added. A good use-case for this setting is in conjunction with $wgAutopromote and APCOND_BLOCKED to further restrict the rights of blocked users. Another use-case could be the creation of other "blocked groups" where a sysop can (via $wgAddGroups) add a user to a group to allow them to edit pages normally, but prevent them from being able to move pages.
|Warning:||Improperly setting this could mean that your users will be unable to perform certain essential tasks, so use at your own risk!|