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    I am considering persuing a concept that allows users to create an account, and then have the ability to edit the content of the site segment they created. I would limit this back end to conent management (little or no scripting options) but I am not sure I understand all of the implications. For instance, what does that mean for the data environment?

    I assume I am not the first person with this idea and I am hoping for direction to relyable resources.

    Any help would be appeciated.

    (edited for additional content and a spelling correction)

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      It would help if you could go into more details. How would a registered user create a "site segment"? Is that a set of pages? If a user is able to create pages and add modules, how is the user limited to doing content management?

      A user with appropriate privileges would be able to create pages on behalf of a user, and also be able to add modules to those pages. I suppose that you could limit the user to editing HTML modules on their own pages (created by others). That's likely to involve quite a bit of work for the site administrator.

      More details are needed.
      Joe Craig
      DNN MVP
      Patapsco Research Group
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