I am running a homeowner's association website (1 page only).
The manager asked if I might be able to allow her access
to make announcements from time to time.
I think this would be a good idea, but I don't want to give her
carte blanche access to the entire page. Also, I am assuming she does not know html.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to the best way this could be done?
I really (really!) want to keep this simple -- that is, no databases, no mysql, no cms, etc. I am doing this on a voluntary basis, and so I don't have an abundance of time to devote to this project.
Perhaps a way for her to go to a password-protected page, where she could write her info into a form, then in turn have it write to an html page (say, manager.html) that I could present on the main index.html page as an i-frame. It should be non-destructive (that is, now content should not over-write previous), but she should be able to manually edit all content.
This is one way, but I am open to suggestions.
Again, the simpler the better.