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In particular the user with Superadmin credentials by entering his user and password in the [[login]] page has access to all the functions that can be done in Z-CMS.
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== Example: from Superadmin access to the creation of a site ==
  
  
== Example: from Superadmin access to the creation of a site ==
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When the user with Superadmin credentials enters Z-CMS through the [[Login]] page, he finds the following view:
 
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[File:Users access levels_1.png]
  
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In this page the Superadmin can see all the Companies that have been created and can create a new Company by selecting the button [File:Menu_4.png]
  
  

Revision as of 16:38, 31 October 2013

Z-CMS is built to allow the management of activities by users on three different levels:

  1. Superadmin level
  2. Company level
  3. Site level


Superadmin level is the most general one, in which the user with proper credentials can create all other levels below. In particular he can create the Companies that constitute the Company level.


A Company is an entity created to group together a number of different websites under it. A Company can be created only by the Superadmin and has a unique Company Admin who can perform all possible operations that can be done inside his Company.


Superadmin and Company Admin can then create inside the company a number of different sites, and define for them a number of users with specific credentials.


This structure allows users with different access credentials to be able to enter the program and see only the parts they are entitled to see.


Example: from Superadmin access to the creation of a site

When the user with Superadmin credentials enters Z-CMS through the Login page, he finds the following view:

[File:Users access levels_1.png]

In this page the Superadmin can see all the Companies that have been created and can create a new Company by selecting the button [File:Menu_4.png]


See also

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Toolbox