Msg#: 3762888 posted 1:22 pm on Oct 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
I am building a website for a client who needs to allow several people to edit their own areas of the main website. This is for an area organisation with a main website and ten local organisations who are members of the main organisation.
Each of these has their own sub-domain with their own seven page website. I need to set this up so that the ten different users can only log in to edit the content area of their own pages through a WYSIWYG editor.
Any suggestions for something that is easy to install and not too expensive (Say < $200).
Msg#: 3762888 posted 12:03 am on Oct 11, 2008 (gmt 0)
Make a separate blog for each group. Then give them rights to edit the pages for the individual section. Each blog can be set to publish to its own folder/subdomain. The styles can all be linked together so that you have a unified look, or each section can use its own individual style.
MT is well known for its blog software, but it works fine as a CMS. It's dead simple for end users to enter content with its WYSIWYG input editor.
If you opt for the paid version you get online and phone support options.
Msg#: 3762888 posted 8:04 am on Oct 11, 2008 (gmt 0)
Thanks Bill but it all looks a bit complicated. I already have the site design approved by the client so I would have to make this work in MT and learn how to use it myself. I was looking a quicker, simpler solution if possible. I have one solution (Toko) already working but I have concerns about security. I'll start another thread about this.