School wrote:Ya, I find that i have to change the codec of summary.php...
If what you really need is to make summary.php the main page, we have two options: one of them is hack index.php so that it detects if it's been configured as the main page or not and acts accordingly, and the other is to use Apache itself to use another file as the index file.
The mod_dir (http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_dir.html
) module for Apache (compiled by default, methinks) allows to set another file other than index.html. In our case, we could tell Apache to fetch first summary.php as default instead of index.php if we'd like to show the summary page as the main page. This directive can be specified in an .htaccess file and its content would be something like:
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DirectoryIndex summary.php index.php
This should work and I am sure that any reliable web service provider allows to use .htaccess files to change some of the Apache default behaviours.
And I suggest that you can make two environment, one is for admin and the other for blog users, which make the interface more comfortable for users and give them to upload templates ( Yes, upload or online editing, or other ways to give them choices of cusumize their blog. )
I have already been working on this, but I don't quite see your idea. What I've done so far is that you get the same admin menu, but if you have additional administrative permissions, then you get an additional option where you can add/edit/remove users and blogs, see more detailed statistics of the site and tweak the configuration options (which btw, will be eventually moved to the db)
As soon as I get that somehow working I'll start releasing testing snapshots (much like the old plog-devel-xxx releases) so that people insterested in those features can start testing.
Another thing that can be added, is the function of multiple users to have abity to add posts to one blog. It is already done by other php blog software, it is very good to introduce with the next release. But it also require some major changes of database as well as source code, but I think is is in priority with the account system.
This is already there, but there is unfortunately no clear interface to "invite" or "add" new users to an existing blog. You can add existing users to your blog with just an SQL command... Now we just need to make that possible from within the admin interface
Give me sometime, I have already thrown some code for that and it'll be there for the next release.