As mentioned previously, I’m building a multiblog site for a community. I’m using the community blog template set from MTPro 4.23.
The front page will be a blog with no entries - it will just show the most recent entries from all the other blogs. Each registered user will have their own blog. Each user will only have permission to create entries on their own blog.
When a user visits the site, they will usually go to the front page. They’ll log in using the login links in the top right corner.
Having logged in, they might want to create an entry. They’ll probably use the ‘create entry’ link that appears on the top left of the front page when they’re logged in.
Problem 1 is that the create entry page that appears at the point is different to the one that appears if you’re in the backend admin pages. This page doesn’t allow you to set tags, keywords or categories (for example). It would be good if the ‘create entry’ link too you directly to a fully-featured entry creation page.
Problem 2 is that when you create an entry using this form, you get a ‘permission denied’ error. I assume that this is because it’s trying to create an entry in the wrong blog - the front page blog and not the user’s own blog.
So, is there any way to configure it so that the default ‘create entry’ action is to create an entry on the user’s own blog rather than the main blog?
Has anyone built a site like this with MTPro before?
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