Chris Parrish wrote:
> The problem here is that some sites use snippets extensively for content
> and writers need to create and edit those in order to create pages.
> That's the beauty of snippets, they're versatile.  But like you noticed,
> when snippets hold Layout or other design-level content, it gets hairy
> because writers have permissions to those snippets.
> I once suggested that there could be Page Snippets and Layout Snippets
> (or Content Snippets and Design Snippets) but you run into the
> complication-factor.  At some point we're sliding down the slippery
> slope to WordPress or some other massively-featured CMS.
> -Chris

True, the last thing we need is an open-source version of Vignette!!

We could always tag the Snippets with a simple "content only" or 
"structural" boolean, and only show those snippets that are appropriate 
to the user level? Or perhaps, only show the edit controls for those 
that are tagged (allowing users to see the names of the Snippets 
available to use in pages)?

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