In Jforum we have Admin Control Panel which is accessible by only one guy admin. My question is what is the difference between a moderator and administrator in terms of privilages. Are they created in the same way and do they belong to "Administrator" group?
Greg [originally posted on jforum.net by gregjhonson]
Moderators do not have to be administrators. You can create a group that is flagged with moderator rights but not admin rights (is Administrator is NO). People in this group will be able to approve/deny new postings, and edit or delete existing posts if that option is there. But NOT see the admin screens.
Note that some moderator rights are "global" rights. Once a person is given them, they apply to all forums and not just a single or group of forums. [originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
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