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January 4, 2013 at 6:40 am in reply to: How to go about creating an employee "Member Area"… #9464
I have set up S2member after having a look at a few membership plugins and found it fairly easy and intuitive. I don't know whether it is multisite compatible, however.
I'm not sure what your client is trying to achieve, but just having logins with with author permissions would allow the staff to see posts and editor permissions would allow them to edit. If he wants a sort of Intranet with shared calendars and documents I usually offer Google apps as a way for companies to work together. Under 10 users is free. Understanding what the client wants is the key. Most of my clients use incorrect terminology and often give the wrong impression of what they are after and only after gently cross examining then do I find out what they really want.January 1, 2013 at 4:33 am in reply to: I relaunched my website today #8701
Oh thank you!!January 1, 2013 at 4:32 am in reply to: Changes not showing. #8700
You shouldn't have to delete your content and start again. Identifying where the problem lies is the main thing. So what do your permalinks look like? When you changed the permalinks did you do it in under the settings menu? The reason I ask this is that when there is a problem with the server/host one thing that does go wrong is the permalinks won't change to something like /%postname%/%post_id%/ (this is the setting I use). It is an unusual problem you are describing - not something that happens often. The fact that the pages with the changes exist somewhere is a clue. When you look at those pages note down the url and compare that to the url of the unchanged page. I hope this helps.December 31, 2012 at 11:05 pm in reply to: Changes not showing. #8675
It could be your hosting environment. Does changing the permalinks work?
It sounds to me like the permissions on the files are not allowing any changes. Are you able to see the files via an ftp programme? When you said you play around with the CSS box are you referring to using the Editor under appearances or are you editing the file using an ftp programme on the server? The folders should be 755 and files 644. Did you set up the database permissions yourself? Sorry to be asking more questions than answering, but it does seem very odd. One more question, have you tried doing this in different browsers? (In case there is a browser setting that is preventing the information from being saved.)December 31, 2012 at 10:17 pm in reply to: Taking up the challenge #8673
Thanks for putting this in your signature, Susan. I too have limited technical knowledge but have been using Genesis for a while now. I will take up the challenge!December 31, 2012 at 10:01 pm in reply to: Looking for Post Gallery/Content slider plugin #8671
Hi there, that particular website is built with Drupal and my guess is that the slider is a Drupal thing. It is called "Future US" which seems like a Drupal associated thing from a quick Google search. I don't know Drupal so not sure.
I haven't seen a slider like that with text that seems to have a flexible height to contain it. It is very nice and stylish. Keep looking.