Contribute users do not have access to the code at the HTML level, so I
don't see how this would be possible.
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"Brad Woodfield" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:dpefoi$guq$1forums.macromedia.com...>I work for a company that every site that we build is based on templates.
> designers create the template and add content; the developers add code
> (Coldfusion) to make pages dynamic, etc; then the customers are using
> Contribute to modify/ create the pages they want later. This allows the
> customer to manage their own site.
> The issue we are running into now and again is that the customers are
> going in
> and modifying the pages with the dynamic content and messing up the script
> coding somehow. We had one page that for some reason contribute
> wiped out all of the code in the editable head region of the page.
> Is there a way that we can create templates that the developers can add
> code to, yet have it locked to the customers? I have been playing around
> the editable attributres with no luck at all.