I've been searching here, Google, and elsewhere for help on this. Can I do this with TW?
I like the multiple features in TW and like that it's a monolithic system. What I want to do is create a feature rich web site, but use non-editable article content as the basis for my public-facing web pages and use the Wiki, Forums, Newsletter, and other features as value-add features to the Web. This means that first and foremost I need to create all my public-facing web pages as articles. I'm thinking (based on what I'm reading about TW) articles are the right method, because they are 'typically contributed and non-edited'.
So, how do I:
Make a single article my home page? Not the article list.
Make a Main Menu that links to my other web-page articles?
Make this Main Menu the first menu in the left column?
Edit my Application Menu into multiple menus that list other features for the site?
Give each of these other menus different permissions to various user groups?
Most importantly, is this possible with TW? Or am I limited to using the Wiki feature as my main web site content?