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I have the Content access module installed, but it's not good for sorting this. I just want to make it so deny access is not denied on frontpage.

In permissions I have de-selected view publish content for anonymous users, but how can I make it so they can view the front page?

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As long as they don't have permission to view content, and as long as your template file(s) say print render($page['content']) then they should be denied access.

However, you could do something like this:

  1. Make a custom template file called page--front.tpl.php inside your theme's folder
  2. Copy the contents of page.tpl.php to that file
  3. Alter the new page--front.tpl.php file so that it either doesn't render any content anywhere (including the sidebars), or make it so it only renders the content to logged in users.

Example:

<?php if (user_is_anonymous()): ?>
  <?php print t('Hello. This is where you would normally see content.'); ?>
<?php else: ?>
  <?php print render($page['content']); ?>
<?php endif; ?>

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