If you are using SiteFrame to design your website, this tutorial will help you with the admins. You can create as many admins as you need for your site. Creating admins will allow other people to help maintain your site in SiteFrame. However, be careful who you give this authority too. Giving it to someone you don’t know very well, may not be in your best interest. So, make sure you feel confident the person won’t do anything to your site before assigning them this role. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create new administrators in SiteFrame.
Opening Your New Administrator Page in SiteFrame
To get started with this tutorial, you will need to load your New Administrator page. First, log in as admin if you haven’t already. Then look for the Control Panel on the left and click it. When the control panel loads, you will need to look under the Configuration Admin and click the Create New Administrator link. This will open your administrator page where you can create the new admin.
Creating Your New Administrator for Your SiteFrame Site
The page that you are on now is where you will create the new admin. On this page, you will see the different fields that need filling in. All of the fields are not required, but you will need to fill in as much as possible.
The first four fields ask for the admin’s email address, name, and nickname. You are required to enter all of these fields except the nickname field. Then the next field asks for additional information on the admin. You can type a brief description in this field if you want.
All of the other fields are optional except the password field. You must enter a password for this user and confirm that password in the field below. You can add a homepage for the admin and add a photo for the admin if you want too.
When you are finished with this page, you can click the Submit button to create the new administrator. If you need to create more admins, load this page again and repeat the steps.