by ruud » 3 years ago
for blogging CjBlog uses the default Joomla functionality. So the Joomla Article ACL's are implemented.
For blogging you need author ACL (member of that group), with that ACL you can do the following:
If you want your blogger to be able to also publish a blog, then he should have Publisher ACL, but that would also mean he could edit (and change) other people's blogs.
What you could do is change the permissions for the author group to also 'edit state' (allowed). That way the author is able to edit the state of the articles he has access to (his own).
Back-end -> Content -> Articles -> [Options] -> tab [Permissions] -> --author -> Edit state 'Allowed' (default = inherited)
Should be tested :)
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