Discussion : Creating multi-user in the cms wordpress.
Requirements : CMS WordPress (this tutorial will be using wordpress 3.0.1) already installed in the server (for this case study, cms wordpress installed in localhost)
Maybe you have ever seen a blog that was written by many different writers. This kind of blog is usually called collaboration blog. As an example, this web (itx.web.id) is an example from colaboration blog, that was be written by many freelance writer (just like me, off course 😀 )
So, how to make one blog can be written by many different user?
We can do it with cms wordpress
And this is the step. Just follow this step.
1. Login to your wordpress administrator with yourusername dan password.
2. You will be redirected to your dashboard page. Choose “Users” menu in the left sidebar.
5. Enter the data of the new user in the form. For role, it is a position or role from the user that will be created. This is the explanation of the each different role in the wordpress.
a. Administrator : This user has full authority in the system, includes to create, update, and delete user in the system.
b. Editor : This user has a authority to create a new posting and to update all the post that have been created by all user in the system.
c. Author : This author user just has a authority to create a new post, and just update his only post.
d. Subscriber : This user just can see the post (or to get updates if there are new post in the system)
See figure 3 below as sample to registering new user to system.
6. If done, click Add User button to save the new user. And then it will display the detail of the new user that have been just registered.
And now, you’ve been making a collaboration blog by your self! 😀