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multi-user page editing

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by faris, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. faris

    faris Guest

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    I'm afraid this is a little OT, but can someone help?

    I'm after a GPL or commercial script or package that would allow a client to have a website with something like 50 pages, but with each page being editable by a different (non-technicl) person who would have no access to any of the other pages for editing.

    Macromedia Contribute springs to mind as a non server-side option, as it would do exactly what we need, but I think £100 (UK) per user is a bit extreme.

    Any other suggestions? What about a script like Nuke (but not Nuke, as I'm not really happy about the security on nuke/post-nuke and in any case it would be hard to get it to look like a normal website rather than a nuke-type site. This needs to look like a normal website).

    Thanks,

    Faris.
     
  2. ShadowMan@

    ShadowMan@ Guest

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    What about something like Mambo CMS?
     
  3. faris

    faris Guest

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    Does Mambo support multiple users with individual page access control? If so then yes, this is exactly the kind of suggestion I was after! Thanks. I'll have a look now.

    Faris.
     
  4. ChipMonk

    ChipMonk Guest

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    yes, mambo/joomla does support multi user editing.

    even you can do it with typo3 (but its very hard to learn).

    mambo i myself have used for multi user projects.
     
  5. faris

    faris Guest

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    I had a go with mambo, but...I don't know...I found it hard to get to grips with the templates. I wish they would provide blank page templates rather than all these fancy ones that confuse me.

    I'll try Joomla now

    Faris.
     
  6. ChipMonk

    ChipMonk Guest

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    there are some template providers those provide you raw templates.

    as the core is same, u will face same problem in joomla as well.

    btw, handling templates is a bit tricky in mambo/joomla, once u are familiar with the logics, its very easy to re-configure anything in it.

    second thing, there are some commercial providers who will do template modifications for u as well (try mambers)
     
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