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The Permissions Policy Header allows site owners to enable and disable certain web platform features on their own pages and those they embed. Being able to restrict the features your site can use is really nice but being able to restrict features that sites you embed can use is an even better protection to have." The Permissions Policy is just a rename of the "Feature Policy" header from a few years you control over what site path information is passed along to other sites when you visitors click an external link.



- The video discusses the "Permissions Policy Security Header" for Joomla websites.
- Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast, presents the tutorial (Maintenance Money #169) on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
- The video covers setting up the permissions policy security header in the .htaccess file (or similar locations) based on server configuration for Joomla sites.
- The header is related to security and provides control over browser features and APIs for enhanced security and privacy.
- A sponsor,, is mentioned, offering free site audits and time-saving website management tools.
- The host demonstrates how to access the page and mentions changes in its interface.
- The permissions policy affects features like geolocation, MIDI, notifications, push, and more.
- The host demonstrates editing the .htaccess file through a web hosting control panel, specifically for Apache servers.
- The syntax for setting permissions is discussed, including "geolocation equals self" for example.
- The speaker emphasizes the need for security in website management.
- The video concludes with a call to subscribe to the channel and seek help in case of syntax changes or issues.
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