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bill - 3:23 am on Aug 29, 2004 (gmt 0)Post
I use MT for several non-blog sites as a CMS. I'm hooked. I looked for over a year at CMS packages that would do what I want, and MT gave me the validating pages that I could control.
|That said, most of these MT/CMS hacks seemed to be by single webmasters who were the only one behind the controls of their sites. The first question I would have is whether you need multi-level access to the pages (as in publisher, editor, reporter) and, if so, does MT support that? |
Out of the box MT will let you set up authors with different levels of permissions. You select what they can do.
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Edit Address BookHowever, they don't have this set up with multiple review levels that some of the big CMS packages have. This is focused on the individual blog more than full CMS functionality. However, using these permissions I've been able to let a small number of people access these sites and maintain the content. You can have various levels of checks and balances, but some of them have to be understood by the authors rather than be controlled by the software.
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