1) UsersPeople who visit the website and browse around without logging in are called Users. With this basic level they can read, watch or listen to around 95% of the content items on the Greenford Baptist Church website, e.g. written articles, videos, photos, sound files etc.
If you would like to have 100% access of the GBC website you can become a WebMember.
2) WebMembersThe next level up from being a User is to become a WebMember. This is greatly encouraged because WebMembers are the heart and soul of the website.
You can create a User Name and Password online and view the extra 5% of the content items. However, this level does not give you rights to create content items - see Author, Editor and Publisher below. If you would like to become a WebMember click here.
At the Author level you can write articles in the GBC blog and other sections in the website, however you you cannot edit them once they have been saved or published - this task can only be done by an Editor or Publisher - see below). When you Login with Author rights a WebMember menu appears just beneath the Main Meny bar. It will contain this menu item: Submit an article, joke, blog entry etc.
If you would like to write an article here are the instructions: How to Write Articles.
4) Editor LevelIf you would like Editor rights please ask WebAuthor.
If you have Editor rights you will be able to do all of the above as well as editing or continuing to add to your own and other people's articles – even though they have been saved. This is very useful for correcting errors that were previously missed. For obvious reasons this is highly restricted.
5) Publisher LevelIf you would like to be a Publisher please ask WebAuthor.
If you have Publisher rights you will be able to do all of the above plus access the previously hidden "Publish" command. This will enable you to publish (i.e. make visible) an article on the website immediately - without having to wait for WebAuthor to approve it for publication. For obvious reasons this level is restricted.
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