You want to organise your warehoused photos on your server the correct way, or upload photos for Gallery Stack? You want to provide your customer a way to upload documents, or dowload them? Need to perform a change on website files when you are not on your Mac?
Repository Stack is the perfect answer therefore. It is a File Manager, Media Browser, and Online Text Editor for RapidWeaver and allows you to manage your server files and saves you a lot of time:
Upload all kind of files like images or documents, also by drag and drop
Create, rename, or delete folders and files
Move files around the server location
Edit text documents like css, js, html, or php directly on the server
Steve: Here’s the video. I did not have the time to “think it through” before recording. If I had it would have been more succinct. It’s 10 minutes. Hopefully this will help. And, obviously, if I have stated anything incorrectly then I’m sure Jannis will correct me!
@SteveB and @webdeer : Thanks to both of you. I’m glad it was useful! I’ll definitely be using the embed feature for a course I’m teaching next semester. Not as full blown as TotalCMS (e.g.) but a nice option when needs are more modest.
Thanks for your reply. Not sure I’ve done this correctly but I’ve created one repository page as the main admin and then separate repository pages as sub folders (for each business) so for example mywebsite.com/repository and mywebsite.com/repository/business1 etc. What’s nice about this is I can enable all the permissions for the admin one and only enable the permissions I want to for each business’s folder.
I think it might be better to do all this as a new RW project and use a sub-domain for it…
Not sure I need to use Sitelok at all but it might be an idea for handling passwords etc.