MacHeist is up to their same tricks and have just released a new bundle. Inside that bundle is a product called MacJournal that has tempted me. So, I have downloaded a 15 day trial and started to play with it. The first thing I wanted to do was make sure that I could use it for my blogging. I found this video by Matt Petrowsky and followed it to set things up. Here are the highlights, if you don’t want to deal with a 22 minute video <grin> At the address “admin/build/modules," in the Admin section, set on Blog API (in core optional). At “admin/user/permissions” set “Administer content with blog api” for the roles you want to have this access. You will also want to set “Administer node”. At “admin/settings/blogapi” enable the content type(s) that you want to be able to post to. This would be at least ‘blog’. But you can use others. Optional Steps: If you want to allow for images in your blog, then at “admin/settings/filters/list” make sure the <img> tag is allowed for your role. I found this step to be optional, and in my case, unnecessary. Install Content Access found at http://drupal.org/project/content_access admin/content/node-settings If you are still having problems with all the permissions, you “May” need to rebuild permissions here.
March 7, 2010 - 4:20am