Can i use this for User Profiles?

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Hi,

can i use the blog, and the before/after picture block,
on users member profile pages, so that users can make own blog ??

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C5DK replied on at Permalink Reply
C5DK
Hi,

Thank you for your interest in our blog package.

I do not think I understand fully your question. But the C5DK Blog package can't directly control the before/after (TwentyTwenty Image package) image block. The blog package was developed to be able to have multiply blog roots on a site and to make it possible for ordinary users to blog on a site (not necessary to be administrator). This is done by adding users to a user group that is able to create blog pages.

Hopefully this will answer your question...

/Michael
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Buschmann replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Michael,

so every user can do his own blog,
and no other can edit this?
or all from the group can edit ?

2017-03-08 9:39 GMT+01:00 concrete5 Community <[email protected]>:
C5DK replied on at Permalink Reply
C5DK
Every blog page created is owned by the blog creator - and only the creator of the blog page can edit his/her own blog pages. But remember that if a blog user is also an administrator of the site, he/she will always be able to edit the page the normal concrete5 way!

/Michael
Buschmann replied on at Permalink Reply
Oh,
shit, so i have later 1million admins :((

ok sorry, i need a blog for users..
you know one?
or a big user profile block?
greetings.. buschmann


2017-03-08 12:22 GMT+01:00 concrete5 Community <[email protected]>
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C5DK replied on at Permalink Reply
C5DK
No.... You do not have a million administrators at the end. What I say is that if you put your users in to the administrator group, they will of course be able to edit anything.

If you have a user group fx. named "Blog Users" and you set that group as permission group for blogging, then your users will be able to blog. It is as simple as that!

/Michael
Buschmann replied on at Permalink Reply
cool THX i will try

2017-03-10 9:33 GMT+01:00 concrete5 Community <[email protected]m>:

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