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b2evolution 'can edit authors blog post'?

I just installed b2evolution blog software: I am just getting into it and really have not paid much attention to blogs: one thing I cant figure out is that in b2evolution after I made an edit and went to the actual blog: there is a link for 'someone'? to edit the entry also there is a link for repsonse, I get that but I dont think I want someone editing my own entries? can this be turned off?
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opelraja
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opelrajaAuthor Commented:
I should have written: ... cant figure out is... after I made an entry and went to ....
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Darr247Commented:
They should have to enter your password before they can edit any of your posts.
What's the link to your blog?  I'll go there, try to edit it and take a screen shot of what happens.
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opelrajaAuthor Commented:
http://soltecit.net/blog/blog1.php
when I refreshed the page the link went away : the edit link went away so the cookies must have thrown me in admin mode??? anyways see if you can register and edit?
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opelrajaAuthor Commented:
dont see anywhere to register: I just want to write my ideas/book and get feedback dont want anyone to edit my stuff anyways like a wikiathing
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Darr247Commented:
No, I don't see anywhere to register, nor any way to edit (or post, besides Feedback), so it looks secure.  :-)
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
looks fine to me as well.. same comments as above you can delete the comment that I added to the blog entry.
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