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Drupal by David Mercer

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Chapter 5. Users, Roles, and Permissions

It's time to look at an entirely different aspect of running a Drupal website. Up until now we have focused on adding and organizing the site's basic functionality. We have not yet given any thought to how this functionality is to be accessed, or by whom. As the site grows, you will most likely feel the need to delegate certain responsibilities to various people. Alternatively, you might organize a team of people to work on specific aspects of the site. Whatever your needs, at some stage you will have to make decisions about who can do what, and the good people at Drupal have made sure that it is possible to do precisely this.

In the same vein as the previous chapter, having Drupal simplify the implementation ...

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