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The module adds settings to force the frontend theme for certain content-types and certain roles. The reason why I built this module: in almost all designs that are too small or not fit to be viewed in an other theme than the admin theme, you can now enforce the frontend theme.
Example blog-posters (content-type) and forum-posters(content-type) will be provided with the theme by the designer. This is the enforce by content-type rule.



This module simplifies menu settings on node add pages.

When the user checks the "Add this page to a menu" check box, the "link title" field and and "menu" select list are revealed, and the "link...



ActiveACL (ACL = access control lists) is a plugin for ruby on rails implementing a flexible, fast and easy to use generic authentication system supporting object level granularity. Completely configurable at runtime, no hardcoded roles exist.



If you have a ton of users and a ton of roles on your site this module aims to eliminate errors in assigning roles and simply make it easier to keep track of who should be able to do what.

The site admin -

1. defines account...



This module allows you to enter different sale prices per product for different roles in an Ubercart store.

Install and enable the module as normal. In the store configuration menu there will be a new "Price per role settings"...



The statistics_filter module allows customizable filtering of hits from particular user roles or from crawlers.

It also can monitor hits by different user agents (Browscap module required).

This module is up for adoption...



Block Content Per Role allows a block to be defined which contains content that is displayed depending on a weighted set of roles. This is useful, for example, if you want one block for a subscriber role, one for authenticated and one for...



A helper module for the Simplenews module which automatically populates a newsletter subscription list with users from specified roles.



This module helps create secret codes that users can enter to automatically register or upgrade their accounts to specific roles. It is particularly useful for cases when it's impractical for the website administrator to manually process and...



Context Based Access Control is an easy, light weight security system capable of supporting generic and context roles.



This enables users without the "administer nodes" permissions to access content as part of a Workflow process.

This module allows you to assign a path suffix, like example.com/node/1234/preview that can be accessed by users in...



The limits can be different for different roles.

Installation

Unpack in your modules folder (usually /sites/all/modules/) and enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules.



Note: The difference between the Drupal 5.x and 6.x versions of this module are substantial. So substaintial, that I would only use the Drupal 6.x version. For Drupal 5, you may want to look into: http://www.drupal.org/project/ip_login -- Be sure...



The Filter Default module allows you to assign a default input format for new nodes and comments for each role on your site. It adds a 'Defaults' tab to the Administer > Site configuration > Input formats page on which you can manage the...



Access to nodes based on taxonomy terms. By associate terms with user roles you may them be visible only for these roles. Module require to patch modules (patches for most of standard modules supplied). Module still in development, but already...



This module provides the ability for users to vote on various node, assigning a score to each one. The average overall score and number of votes are displayed below each node.

Users do not see the vote results, until they have voted.



This module allows site administrators to grant some roles the authority to assign selected roles to users, without them needing the administer permissions permission.

For each role, Role Delegation provides a new assign ROLE role...



Adds an input to the media upload and management screens. This input field can be used to "tag" a media file. Works with images, documents or anything.

Media-Tags 3.0 has been completely updated. Key features included in the...



The userplus module enhances Drupal's user administration and Organic Groups' subscription administration by allowing administrators to add multiple users at once, make multiple group assignments at once, and make multiple user role assignments at...



Another simple problem solving plugin. If a user tries to login to wordpress but is not an admin, they are redirected to the homepage.

Note that this assumes you have built your own login form - if not, it may be a messy process for...