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Drupal 7 Cookbook

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  1. Drupal 7 Cookbook
    1. Drupal 7 Cookbook
    2. Credits
    3. About the Author
    4. About the Reviewers
      1. Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more
    6. Preface
      1. What this book covers
      2. What you need for this book
      3. Who this book is for
      4. Conventions
      5. Reader feedback
      6. Customer support
    7. 1. Installing and Configuring Drupal
      1. Introduction
      2. Installing Drupal
      3. Installing Drupal distributions
      4. Installing modules and themes
      5. Setting up site search
      6. Creating a multi-site Drupal installation
    8. 2. Creating and Publishing Content
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating a basic page and adding it to the main menu
      3. Installing and configuring a WYSIWYG editor
      4. Editing existing content and adding an image
      5. Adjusting the tabbed settings for content nodes
      6. Configuring comments
      7. Publishing an RSS feed of basic pages
    9. 3. Working with Blocks
      1. Introduction
      2. Adding a new block
      3. Creating a submenu block
      4. Creating a Superfish menu block
      5. Creating a block with Views
      6. Adding a new block region to a theme
      7. Creating a mega-footer menu
      8. Conditional display of a block
    10. 4. Custom Content Types
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating a basic content type
      3. Configuring the output of a content type
      4. Applying an image format
      5. Installing more field types
      6. Creating a more advanced content type
      7. Building a custom content importer
      8. Building a forum
    11. 5. Using Views to Create Custom Lists, Grids, and Tables
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating a news listing view
      3. Creating a dynamic view
      4. Creating a latest news block
      5. Creating a news image grid view
      6. Creating a randomly selected list of images
      7. Creating an archived content block and view
      8. Building complex views using relationships
      9. Adding a text search filter to a view
      10. Using attachments to extend Views' output
    12. 6. Creating Flexible Pages Using Panels
      1. Introduction
      2. Adding custom text to a page
      3. Adding a block to a page
      4. Adding a dynamic view to a page
      5. Configuring the visibility of the page
      6. Creating a custom page layout using the Layout builder
    13. 7. Working with Media
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating a simple slideshow carousel
      3. Creating a document content type
      4. Creating a simple document library
      5. Linking documents to a content type
      6. Adding video to a content type
    14. 8. Integrating Web APIs
      1. Introduction
      2. Integrating with Facebook
      3. Displaying a live Twitter feed
      4. Adding simple PayPal integration to content types
      5. Setting up the Add this social bookmarking service
      6. Adding a Google Map to content
    15. 9. Creating Regular, Mobile, and Tablet Themes
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating a new theme using Zen
      3. Overriding HTML output of a content type
      4. Creating a "bare-bones" theme from scratch
      5. Using the Mobile tools module
      6. Installing an off-the-shelf mobile and tablet theme
      7. Configuring theme compression and caching
    16. 10. Working with Other Languages
      1. Introduction
      2. Installing another language using Locale
      3. Managing interface translation using Locale
      4. Enabling content type translation
      5. Displaying a language switching block for end users
      6. Creating a multilingual View
    17. 11. Managing Users
      1. Introduction
      2. Creating new user accounts
      3. Managing user roles
      4. Setting up a new user notification
      5. Adding a biography field to the user profile
      6. Building a grid view of profile pictures
    18. 12. Running Drupal
      1. Introduction
      2. System maintenance
      3. Setting up a backup system
      4. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Drupal
      5. Securing a Drupal installation
      6. Configuring Drupal caching
      7. Running commands with the Drush tool

Setting up a new user notification

In Drupal, there are a number of automatically generated e-mails which are sent to users at specific trigger points; for example, when a user registers, is approved, or is blocked. However, if you are an admin user and want to receive a notification when a user has registered on your site in order to go and approve their account, you need to set this up manually.

In this recipe, we will be using Drupal's native Trigger module to set up an e-mail notification to an admin user when a new user registers.

Getting ready

To complete this recipe you will need to enable the Trigger module, which is available as part of the Drupal core.

You will also need to install and enable the Token module:

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