I have a client that I've been working for that has a front facing MOSS2007 site, and wants another one. I originally did the work by using SD2007, creating a master page, and then creating a bunch of ASPX pages and everything worked dandy - then they came back and told me that they wanted to be able to edit the pages through sharepoint itself.
So, everything I did was useless, and now I'm starting with a clean publishing site. I've taken a copy of the stock "default.master" and renamed it to "custom.master". I can customize the master through SD2007. There's also a custom stylesheet.
The problem I am facing now is how to hide all of the sharepoint widgets for anoymous users to make it look like a regular internet site, ALA: http://www.ferrari.com/English/Pages/Home.aspx, or something similar, but still give the users the ability to edit the content within the body of the page by visiting the sharepoint site IE, allitems.aspx, and logging in.
The specifically noted they wanted webpart pages, but the site template I am working from is so very custom.. I just don't know where to start.
Any advice would be greatly.. greatly appreciated.