> We currently use a completely separate site that users have to log in
> to and then go through a page listing to find a page they want to
> edit. They can also edit a number of other elements for the site.
I'd consider that more of a page editor than a content editor. But maybe
we're just using different terminology.
In *my* opinion, it's best to have people solely concentrating on content
independant of any site or page structure. That allows content editors to
focus on content, visual designers on how it is presented/architected, and
the web team to focus on how it gets published.
Of course, this depends on the scale of the site and how much (if any) of
the content is multipurposed. For smaller sites, with only a few editors,
then inline editing probably makes a lot of sense as the editor is probably
intimiately familiar with both the content and the site structure and
doesn't need the conceptual separation.
please trim your posts.