Our little non-profit has taken on a volunteer developer (with a better artistic eye and much more web experience than I) who is going to help spiff up our website. I want to set her up at the Author level so she can use the editor to insert her HTML code for the things she proposes to add to our pages. She seems to get it pretty much. I don’t doubt for a minute there’s going to be some “back and forth”…
We need to approve her changes but now I’m stuck because let’s say she modifies the already up and running Home Page. How does WP 2.7 handle outputting the old page, while the “new page” is “pending approval”? Let’s say it takes 2 days to approve her work. Surely I don’t want to “kill” the home page. I’m not sure that this will even work!
I thought I could copy the Home Page to another area of the blog and set it to “hidden” while we dabble with it but there’s no copy or clone facility that I can find. I also know that there are pay-for services out there that design these things so I’m really guessing that there must be a way to design a page, but hold it. I just don’t know.
Anyone have some experience with having a developer on staff, but whose changes need approval and the blog keeps working under the old scheme???
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