on 03-27-201705:32 PM - last edited on 03-28-201708:16 AM by Adam
This suggestion has been brought up various times in the past but nothing is being done yet. Editors should only be allowed to their authorized pages and not the whole dashboard. I understand that they can and should be able to access certain forms IF they have created them on their authorized pages. Otherwise, they should not be allowed to view another editors form and results. In other words, if the forms are on their authorized pages, they can see those forms, if not, then they should not be able to see those forms. Please make this happen. Thank you for being patient and proactive on this.
Suppose you want to make a listing of products/services like oil change prices for example of auto businesses in an area or surrounding areas. Allow auto businesses to login and update their product/service pricing information. This information would update an oil change price listing on your website.
To go along with that, what if you are in a different state or city and want that information. Have a side menu be selectable to narrow down to the state, city, zip code, or within a certain mile radius of selected location to choose for oil changes on your website.
This can be applied towards multiple product/services.
on 05-08-201709:24 PM - last edited on 05-09-201711:58 AM by Adam
I have just paid for the business upgrade so I can use weebly to its full potentual.
I now find that when I try and add a few people for editor to the page I cant do what I want.
I suggest there needs to be a option for a (Shop only editor) I want multible persons to be able to add catagorys and products. to be able to control if they can do 1 or the other or both and not beable to edit the website in any other way.
Surley this is a must have feature of a shop.
As the designer of the website I can not do it all. Create the website and stock the shop because there are hundreds of items.
on 04-05-201706:42 AM - last edited on 04-05-201708:20 AM by Adam
I'd really like to see the ability to create a level of access where people can access the blog to post articles, but not be able to actually interface with the build tools for the page the blog resides in. For someone unfamilar with the tools they could mistakingly make unintended changes. Having a blog-only UI would prevent this.
I know you can set permissions to prevent them from publishing changes to pages, but I don't want to log in one day and see pending changes, having to undo it all.
If anyone has any suggestions around this, by all means, please share.