How To Grant User Permissions For A Drupal Site
Granting permissions for your Drupal site is an important step and should be done right away. Below you can see a screenshot of the typical Admin Permissions page, it's located at admin/user/permissions.
You will have anonymous users and authenticated users to start. You can add new roles later and a new column will be created in permissions whenever you create a new role.
Drupal Sites Are Extremely Versatile
This is one reason to use a content management system like Drupal cms, because of its versatility. You select the permissions you wish to grant your visitors and your logged in users.
Many areas of your Drupal site should be accessed only by you. When you first establish your Drupal site you will be user number one, that is superuser.
Create Roles For Your Drupal CMS
If you decide to allow one of your staff access, you should create an admin role, or a manager role. You can give the new role as much access to your site as you wish. There are many modules at Drupal.org that will give you very fine grained access control over your Drupal site.
When you have enabled the user permissions save your changes and you're done. Remember to grant permissions on any new modules you add to your Drupal site.