From: Donncha O Caoimh (donncha.ocaoimh at domain tradesignals.com)
Date: Thu 23 Aug 2001 - 11:47:28 IST
You could use some sort of staging area on a local server, then it gets
rsynced with the remote server every X minutes/hours. As a matter of
policy, you could tell marketing that the site gets updated every day at
1pm and 6pm.. anything they put on the staging server gets thrown up.
Reports could be sent to users who make updates of what was updated.
Failing that, a NFS server might work wonders if you have a way to
secure it (leased line?)
Or go for a content management system like php-nuke or the like. Allow
people to edit files from their browser.
Paul Jakma wrote:
> what is the best way to securely allow non-techy users to update a
> www site on the internet?
> i really would prefer not to use FTP.
> So what options are out there to allow windows point-and-drool type
> people to update web sites? eg, WebDAV - how well supported is that
> in the windows world?
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