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One of the most important entities Drupal uses is the user entity.

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Taking a quick peek at your code (at http://cie.austin.utexas.edu/uex-cm/user/password) it looks like something is overriding the default HTML output for your forms. You're missing the <form> tags and …
answered Jan 13 '14 by Adam Balsam
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Have you tried the Node Limit module? The Node Limit module allows administrators to restrict the number of nodes of a specific type that roles or users may create. For example, if a site has an … "Advertiser" role that can create "advertisement" nodes, then the node limit administrator can restrict all users in that role to a specific number of nodes. He may also restrict users on a per-user …
answered Oct 18 '13 by Adam Balsam
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different value for anonymous users on each page load. So the token generated by drupal_valid_token() is different from the one that is generated in drupal_get_token() because the input (sessoin_id()) is … different. For form submits where you want to compare a token on the next page load for anonymous users, you can call drupal_session_start() on the form page which will start a session and ensure …
answered May 30 '14 by Adam Balsam
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Yes, the securelogin module requires an SSL certificate. From the README file: Before enabling the module, you need to set up your server to support 23 SSL.
answered May 1 '13 by Adam Balsam
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I can think of a few problems that might occur if you simply import the users table: Existing Users' IDs might overlap with the users to be imported (which would just give a SQL error about … duplicate primary keys). No way to add roles to the imported users (if applicable). Imported Users' language might not exist on the new site. Imported Users' theme might not exist on new site. Likely many others You're much better off using something like User Import to do this. …
answered Jan 20 '14 by Adam Balsam
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of the view you created as different users. There you can verify that the only Book nodes that are displayed are those that have not been reviewed by the current user (or those not reviewed at all …
answered Dec 17 '14 by Adam Balsam
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This method comes with a list of caveats, but it's possible to simply share the users table across multiple installations via a table prefix array in settings.php. Example: Sharing Users This … example shows how to share users. The users from a master site prefixed with 'master_' are shared to a slave site prefixed with 'slave1_'. $db_prefix = array( "default" => "slave1_", // the …
answered May 6 '13 by Adam Balsam
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relationships between users Rule Settings: Relationship Type: [your defined relationship] (follower) Requestor: (Data Selection Method) Data selector "account" Requestee: (Direct input mode) "1" (or the user ID of your admin account) Approve Relationship: TRUE …
answered May 9 '13 by Adam Balsam
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You can get the current menu object with menu_get_object(). From there you can determine if that object is a node or not. Since it defaults to "node" it will be empty if you're not on a node page and …
answered Dec 18 '13 by Adam Balsam