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    Introduction to Drupal 7 Users and roles management Introduction to Drupal 7 Users and roles management Presentation Transcript

    • Introduction to Drupal 7 Session 7.2 Users and roles managementDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 1
    • Agenda• Users• Roles• Permissions• Creating usersDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 2
    • CRUD• You can control who has the ability to do what You define who has the ability to – Read (View) – Create – Update – DeleteDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 3
    • Roles• Categories for authenticated users• No limitations on the number of roles you set• No limitations on the naming you give• Any authenticated user of your website may be assigned to none, one, or more than one roleDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 4
    • 2 main types of roles• Anonymous users – Do not enter credentials to enter the website• Authenticated users – Enter user ID and password to access more functionalities or contentDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 5
    • Permissions• Permissions in Drupal are a mechanism for controlling what a user assigned to a specific role can do.• There are dozens of permissions – be careful!• Examples: – Create a page – Edit/edit own page, etcDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 6
    • User accounts• All Drupal websites have at least one user account: the system administrator • 3 ways to work out new accounts: – Users create their new accounts with no administrator moderation – Users create their new accounts, but administrator approval is needed – Only administrator can create new accountsDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 7
    • Which is the best option for us?Drupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 8
    • Account settings• Make sure you review Account settings page on every new Drupal website you make• URL: ../admin/config/people/accounts• For our case, let’s change the “Who can register accounts?” option to “Administrators only”Drupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 9
    • Creating a new role > Administration > People > Permissions > RolesDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 10
    • Set permissions on the role• Comment: check all• Contextual links: Use contextual links• Filter: User the Filtered HTML text format + Use the Full HTML text format• Menus: Administer menus and menu items• Node: Administer content + Access the content overview page + View published content + View own unpublished content + View content revisions + Article: Create new content + Article: Edit own content + Article Delete own content + same for Basic page• Search: use searchDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 11
    • Creating User Accounts• Administration > People or• ../admin/peopleDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 12
    • Time for questionsDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 13
    • ContactsKalin Chernev – E: kalata@shtrak.eu – T: twitter.com/kalinchernev – U: http://shtrak.eu/kalataDrupalist: Kalin Chernev Course by Init Lab (http://initlab.org) 14