In website builder WebWave one of four roles can be assigned to a signed user.

 

User

A "User" has the lowest edition access level. User can't change website content, but can see the subpages which require signing in. It would be a perfect solution, if you want to show the progress of your project, but in the meantime don't want your website content to be edited.

 

 

Editor

An "Editor" can change content on your website and edit elements. The editor can also add new articles through the newsfeed. This edition level allows to change only text content and add/remove images. The editor can't change the font size or perform any advanced edition. He also can't see the statistics, manage SEO settings and newsfeed categories. 

 

 

Head editor

A "Head editor" can edit and influence many aspects of your website. In contrast to the editor's privileges, he gets access to more advanced edition like SEO settings edition or more complex text and elements edition. The head editor also has access to the list of subpages, newsfeed and statistics.

 

 

Administrator

An "Administrator" gets the same edition access as a webmaster. CMS panel looks exactly the same as the webmaster's panel. The administrator can freely add and edit subpages, add, remove and edit elements, change the template, add articles and articles templates, manage mailbox features, SEO settings and more. 

 

This kind of  the edition level gives  enormous opportunities. By creating an Administrator account for your clients, you do give them access to the website builder. For this reason users of such a level have access to the WebWave knowledge base.

 

 

 

User

Editor

Head editor

Administrator

Viewing a website

+

+

+

+

Viewing subpages that require signing in

+

+

+

+

Content edition

-

+

+

+

Advanced content edition

-

-

+

+

Adding text

-

-

-

+

Adding and removing images

-

-

-

+

Editing website structure (subpages)

-

-

-

+

Viewing website statistics

-

-

+

+

Access to SEO settings

-

-

+

+

Adding new subpages

-

-

-

+

Adding newsfeeds

-

-

-

+

Adding new elements

-

-

-

+

 

 

Decide whether the CMS users can make payments

When using the white label and presenting to your customer CMS panel, you probably don't want them to make payments on their own - may be you would rather send them an invoice. But if you informed a client that you are using WebWave web design software, you can enable them to make payments through CMS panel on their own as well. For this reason we have added the option whether these users should have  the authority to make payments for a website or not.

 

CMS - Users role on a website

15 January 2019

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