Managing users in Textpattern CMS is a useful feature if you have an organisational hierarchy in place for your authors and contributors. User management is a much lower priority in the grand scheme of things if you’re flying solo – that is, you’re the only author on your Textpattern website. For the purposes of this article, I’m going to show how a multi-user structure inside an organisation could be managed.
If you’ve administered or simply been involved with a multi-user content management system before, you’ll take to the concepts here pretty easily. To recap, Textpattern has 6 levels of user permission: Learn More
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Email Protector is an extension that cloaks email addresses in your Joomla website, making them unreadable for spambots. Email Protector is a replacement for the Joomla! core email cloaking plugin. The core email cloaking plugin has a couple of issues and shortcomings. Email Protector solves these issues.
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WordPress is the only blog script with plenty of themes, which can be used to change the look and feel of your blog. Normally, you will be able to download them directly from the themes directory, which will follow latest WordPress standards and practices. Learn More
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