How can Personal Blogs and Personal Message boards be implemented universally in Liferay?

Posted on 2007-10-19
Last Modified: 2013-11-13

We're examining the usage of Liferay for our intranet community.

We've looked at the functionality for each user to feature personal profile pages, that will be publicly viewable, but editable only by person owning his profile.

However, when we "Add Content" and add new features like blogs and message boards, these content items contain message board threads and blog entries that are not specific to one person alone.

How can this be properly implemented so that all login users can edit their own message boards and blogs?

Any advice or guidance is greatly appreciated!

Best regards,
Question by:jmc430
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    Hello jmc430,

    Have you considered wordpress. It is a well known blogging platform.
    There is particular version that can cope with multiple users that should be of interest to you.


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