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Author Topic: EditThisPagePHP: For Collaborative Document Creation  (Read 1859 times)

KenR

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EditThisPagePHP: For Collaborative Document Creation
« on: January 11, 2007, 02:34:51 PM »
Here's a great tool to use when document creation requires the input and/or collaboration of more than one person. Take a look at this page if you have this need/situation.

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What is EditThisPagePHP?

EditThisPagePHP is a tool for collaborative editing online. Pages can be made editable by authorized users, or anyone with something to contribute. Every version of a page is retained, so content is never lost.

EditThisPagePHP combines features of:

    * Blogs: optional user comments, sending and receiving trackbacks, and RSS feeds,
    * Wikis: an edit-this-page button, page history, page diffs, and it can email users when pages change,
    * Content Management Systems: multiple roles (by default a reader, an editor, and a super-editor), each with different privileges.

Originally created for management of a single page, EditThisPagePHP has been extended so that multiple pages can be managed from a single configuration file. You can copy a page from the administration panel, and the new page will use the same configuration as the original...



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