The Front End User, while not having the same amount of control as the Back End User, will find the experience less daunting and much more user-friendly (pardon the pun).
All website editing is done right on the same pages you see in your browser, using a standard editor. You can add images and tables to site pages and create links from text or images.
There is a structure of user levels for the Front End that allows you to retain control over what your staff is doing to the website, if you choose to give them access.
Front End User levels:
Author - Authors can create and edit their own articles, but they are not published to the site unless approved by a Publisher.
Editor - Editors can edit any content on the site, but they are not published to the site unless approved by a Publisher
Publisher - Publishers may edit any content on the site and publish new content.
If you elect to allow staff members to edit site pages, we can set them up as Authors or Editors, and you'll be able to approve their content before it's published once we set you up with Publisher status (or you can have us just make them all Publishers if you choose).
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