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Protected Node Global Settings

The protected node module has global settings found under:

Administer » Site configuration » Protected node

Protected node Statistics

The page starts with statistics to let you know how pages are protected on your website. All the counts include published and unpublished content.

  • Total nodes — the total number of nodes on your website
  • Unprotected nodes — number of nodes that do not have a password
  • Protected nodes — number of nodes that are current protected by a password
    • Showing title — number of nodes showing their ...

Protected Node (The Drupal module —)

The Protected Node module is used on websites where some pages need to be password protected. This is different from asking someone to create an account and often seen as much more user friendly, although in terms of protection it is quite similar.

If you've seen photo websites where you can go to an album but have to enter a password to see the photos, that's one example how this module can be used.

The module adds a field set in the node form to let authors enter a password.

The module has many options that are rather tricky to use so this documentation tries to explain what you can do

Similar Modules

To Do Lists

The Todo Filter creates a set of checkboxes on a page that you can click to mark as done. It uses a filter so it can appear in any node that has access to that filter.

The Todolist system that creates a list of To Do items managed using AJAX. Very similar in functionality, but unfortunately not supported anymore.

Advanced Management Systems

The Storm system is an advanced CMS including basic bookkeeping, hours worked, resources. This is not to be used publicly.

jsMath Installation

Requirements

In order to use the jsMath for displaying mathematics with TeX Drupal 6.x module you need:

SimpleMenu Custom Theme

Introduction

The newer versions of SimpleMenu allows for an easy way of adding custom themes.

There are two main ways to add new SimpleMenu themes:

1. In the simplemenu themes folder;

2. In your theme folder.

SimpleMenu themes folder

CSS

If you look under the simplemenu folder, you will see a sub-folder named themes. You can place your own specialized themes in that folder to make them available system-wide (i.e. if you are using many themes or use one Drupal installation for many websites.) In other words, this folder is viewed as a global theme folder.

The themes folder ...

Only add identifiers and optionally numbers to my headers

Proposition

The Table of Contents module uses the headers to get generated. Each header gets a unique identifier when none were assigned manually. The Table of Contents module uses the text between the start and end tags as the title to show in the table of contents.

Very good!

Now, you may not want the Table of Contents itself, but you like the idea to have identifiers in all your headers. This can be useful to create in-page links (a link with an anchor, i.e. #some-name at the end of your URL.) It is generally annoying to have to enter the identifiers by hand for each header and you may

Table of Contents Settings

Filter Configuration

At this point, most of the Table of Contents configuration is done in the Table of Contents filter.

This means multiple Input formats allow you to make use of several different configurations.

To Do List Global Settings

Global Settings

Global settings are found under Administer » Site configuration » To do list (admin/settings/to_do).

Only To Do List administrators can edit the Global Settings.

To Do List Permissions

Permissions

Once installed the module offers several permissions under Administer » User management » Permissions (admin/user/permissions). These are include permissions similar to the Node permissions and some others. All the permissions are explained below.

Additional permission granularity can be obtained with the use of other modules as defined in the Extend To Do List.

Version 1.3 and newer

Known issue

The permission functions properly, no issue in that regard. However, the name of the permissions should be using "to_do" with an underscore to be 100% compatible

To Do List (The module —)

To Do List is a Drupal module allowing users to create lists of things to do. A small project management system if you wish.

The latest version includes many features including a block, views support and basic actions support.

The permission model makes the To Do Items hidden but to the few who are given the right to see the To Do List. This is quite useful to work with Organic Groups and other similar advanced Drupal features.

The following pages explain how to use this module to its full extend. With the use of some other modules, it is possible to build a quite robust project system. ...