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Community Member, 29 Posts

26 February 2009 at 9:39pm

Edited: 26/02/2009 9:41pm

I seem to have successfully created a few blog pages on a localhost site I'm in the process of building.
I would like to have some security/login on these blog pages so that only 1 remote user can create blog entries on their own blog page and hopefully without them having to log into the CMS.

Much like the login feature SS has for these forums.

Any ideas?



Administrator, 690 Posts

26 February 2009 at 10:26pm

Hi Bruce,

It looks like the blog module is hard-coded to only let ADMIN users publish blogs on the front-end. Someone should probably fix that! ;-)

You *could* however use the access tab to let your user manage their blog from within the CMS.