Proctors websites are www.proctorhs.org, and www.proctorelem.org.
I currently have the websites housed at the schools but the way contribute
works best is by using FTP. I have one master ftp username something like
"webmaster". this username has full rights to the entire site. Teachers
don't need to know this username.
In contribute I then can set up connection keys. These are little install
files that set up the computer for the teacher. It includes the ftp
connection settings, the parts of the web page they are allowed to edit,
and what templates they are allowed to use. On windows xp the connection
key works per user per computer. Therefore if a student logs into the
computer that a teacher uses they can't edit the webpage.
I have it set up so that there is a faculty folder on our website,
teachers have access to edit any page in that faculty folder, but not
anywhere else. They are also restricted to only using the Proctor
Give me a call if you want any more information.
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School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>I've looked at Contribute and it looked nice, but it wasn't easily usable
>in our current local enviornment. Where is your site hosted ? What is the
>hosting configuration ? Can you send us a URL so we can see what the end
>result looks like.