Consider the following folders and paths:
In the website, there are the following corresponding pages.
1. Youth (a page on the main menu with no parent)
2. Youth--Youth Group (Youth Group page which is a sub-page of the Youth Page)
3. Youth--Youth Group--Retreats
I need to assign a different person to edit each of these three pages. And each page has it's own folder as you see above.
So here is the problem: In order to give the Retreats Editor write permission to the folder named Retreats, I have to also give him Browse and Open permissions to the that folder's parent folders in the path. That includes the Files, Youth, and Youth Group folders. If I don't assign those two permissions to the parent folders then the retreat folder will not be visible in the CKEditor when uploading images or other files or when creating document links.
This is forcing me to give the Retreats editor more permissions than I want him to have. I have other people handling those other pages and folders. The Retreats editor should not be able to see or manage any folder except the Retreats folder at the end of the path.
So my question is:
Can I somehow configure CKEditor to display a sub folder without also giving Open and Browse permissions to its parent folders in the path?