Does anyone know of a good solution for allowing a non-technical user to easily organise the content within a SharePoint publishing site?
I'm thinking of content that is organised into sections, subsections, and then finally pages.
A non-technical user should be able to simply see a map of all the sections, subsections and pages and easily organise that content: e.g. to change the order of the sections, to change the order of the subsections, and to move pages between sections. Ideally I'd want this to be nice AJAXy drag and drop, but failing that, does anything exist?
EDIT: my terminology is a bit confused I think, I'll try to explain better. When I say sections, subsections, pages, I'm talking about organising the HTML pages in a website into some hierarchy. So for example:
- Home -- Welcome - Products -- Product A -- Product A Details -- Product A Image Gallery -- etc -- Product B - Company -- About Us -- Corporate Policy -- etc - etc
'Home', 'Products', 'Company', are sections. 'Product A', 'Product B' are subsections. 'Product A Details', 'Corporate Policy', etc, are pages.
So say someone wants to move 'About Us' from the Company section to the Home section, or they want the Product B section to come before the Product A section. I guess what I'm asking for is a drag'n'drop site map, or something along those lines.