User management & permissions
It's very simple, once you grasp the way Nucleus handles member permissions. This is how it works:
- superadmins can access all blogs and change system configs. Furthermore, they are the only ones who can change the code of skins and templates.
- admins can access only the blogs they belong to and change configs of just these blogs. This includes choosing a new default skin for a blog
- members that belongs to a (blog) team can just post and edit theirs posts.
- normal members can just comment (if enable) and edit their comments.
And this is how can you change them:
- set a member as a system superadmin by accessing his/her profile in the members section.
- set a member as blog admin in each blog config section.
- add a member to a team in each blog config section.
- register a new member in the members section.
Even if you don't allow members to post articles to your Nucleus site, you can give them special permissions: allow them to e-mail site authors through the site, protect their member names in the comments section, or simply allow them to comment if that option is not available to 'normal' visitors. Furthermore, you can selectively show content to logged in site members (?).
User management & permissions | submitted by roel
on 2004.Dec.21 | 12016 views
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