Remove ‘deactivated blog posts’ from the recent blog posts widget?
Here is what the problem is.
A user created a blog on my site.
I did not want that blog on my site so I went to the admin and deleted it.
That part worked.
Here is the big problem:
The article headlines still show up in the ‘recent blog posts’ on the homepage, and also in the users wire.
Why did the information not get erased from these areas? and where in the admin do I go to remove the blurbs?
This can be a SERIOUS problem to us for a few reasons.
1. being a religious website, we get some pretty horrible spam at times from disgruntled users. If we don’t have an easy way of removing the links from the site entirely, our userbase will stop trusting me and dry up very very fast.
2. being a religious site, we do everything we can to keep it safe for kids to come. A good portion of our members are kids or teenagers.
Same problem as above only once in awhile we get those that like to spam us with porn pics. This causes serious problems for a ‘kids’ site, and we are directly liable for anything posted.
How do I go about setting it up so that any of my moderators on my website can remove anything inappropriate as I am not always online?
For all the reading I have done these past few months, I have yet to come across any type of ‘moderators’ type plugin for mu, where at the very least they can ‘unpublish’ an article, or force it to go into an admin review process.
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