Monster Menus groups contents (nodes) into containers (what we call pages). Each page has its own entry in a hierachical tree represented by a unique URL. Each page can have its own permissions, and its location in the tree affects how those permissions are inherited and applied. In order to read a child page several levels down the tree, the user must also be able to read each of the parent pages. This is similar to the way the Unix filesystem works.
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