Do you have a script to allow authorized users to change web pages?

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    ccnchurch
    Asked on June 09, 2014 at 12:19 AM

    I searched but could not find a script on your site that would allow authorized users to come on my site and change a web page, then save and post it so it would be seen from there on out.

    Do you have such a script?

    Thanks, and sorry to bother you.

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    Jim_Rank
    Answered on June 09, 2014 at 02:35 AM

    Hello sir,

    I'm not so clear about your question.How will you ensure that the user is authorized?Did you mean about redirecting thank you page after submission?

    Please note that, you can redirect the thank you page after submission.To do that see the following link-

    https://www.jotform.com/help/89-Create-a-Custom-Thank-you-page-with-Auto-redirect

    You also can use condition login to hide&display multiple fields.See below-


     

    Please clarify us what exactly you meant?.You also can share a screenshot with us for better understand.See this guide.

    Hope this may helps.Please get back to us for further help.Thanks 

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    ccnchurch
    Answered on June 09, 2014 at 08:49 AM

    If I post a page about a certain ministry in the church, but want another pastor to be able to change it at his convenience, but I don't want him to have total access to the web server ....

    I would give him a password to use and with that password, he would be able to change a particular (pre-approved) page on the site.  Then, he could go in and make changes to that one page as he needs, and I will not have to spend all my time changing everything for everybody.  Each pastor in the church could be authorized to change the pages just within their own area.

    I don't even know if anything like that exists, though.

    Thanks.

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    jedcadorna
    Answered on June 09, 2014 at 10:19 AM

    Jotform is an online form builder but not a webhosting or CMS website like (wordpress, joomla etc.) I think what you were referring to was something like wordpress site were you can grant user some access to fully modify the site, make a new post etc. 

    This things is being done in your own admin access of your website so for example if you are using wordpress then you need to login as admin to create and grant some access for your other users.

    Did I answer your question correctly? 

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    ccnchurch
    Answered on June 09, 2014 at 10:33 AM

    Yes, you answered correctly.  Thank you so much for your time and I will look at joomla.