25 November 2009 at 7:01pm
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the new site I am about to build requires user to login in order to make a comment on given article, however, these members should have nothing to do with the backend, in other words, I do not want them to see any part of the cms area. in addition to this, if admin update some article in the cms - ie published some new article or updated a existing article, these member will get a email notification about the change. These members may also update their profile. (can it be done in the front end?)
Is this possible? I had a look at the following documentation http://doc.silverstripe.org/doku.php?id=recipes:forms
it explains how to create a simple sign up form. I am wondering how do I set the group ID or where to set it? do I just pick a none-existing ID for the grounpID say '10'. Will this group member be able to login to the backend?
Could someone point me to the right direction please.
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6 March 2010 at 12:44am
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