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Joomla
22.12.08 at 11:05:57
 
Joomla
 
Joomla is a free Content Management System (CMS) that one can use to publish a website. I am looking at Joomla to let the maintenance of the website be done by my customers themselves after I built the structure of the site in Joomla.
 
Joomla consists of a set of PHP files and the data and configuration resides in a MySQL database although SQL Server seems to also be supported.
 
To start with Joomla you can use these pointers:
 
Absolute beginners guide
http://docs.joomla.org/Beginners
 
Quick start guide
http://help.joomla.org/ghop/feb2008/task048/joomla_15_quickstart.pdf
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Give Joomla users privileges to edit the site
Reply #1 - 22.12.08 at 11:17:01
 
Give Joomla users privileges to edit the site
 
You can create user accounts by logging in as administrator. In the users section you can create new user accounts.
 
To allow users to edit the site you need to give them privileges. You do this in the group section.
Under the item public backend, select "Administrator" if you wish the user to make layout changes and select "Manager" to only edit material or create new material.
 
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