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The 2.0 version of anonymous redirect grants users with admin privileges the ability to redirect all anonymous users to any internal or external url. Authenticated are still able to access the site as per usual.
This version of the module is currently only available for Drupal 8.
The 1.0 version of Anonymous Redirect redirects anonymous users to another domain. Users can still login by visiting /user or /user/login. Authenticated users can access the site as per usual.
This version of the module is currently only available for Drupal 7.
Visit admin/config/development/anonymous-redirect. From here you can turn on and off anonymous redirects
• Set the path that anonymous users are redirected to
• Configure a list of internal paths that anonymous users are able to access
• Use '/path_name' for internal urls, and "https://website_url.com" for external links.
Enable/disable anonymous redirect via settings.php. This is particularly helpful if you want this always enabled on your staging site without having to disable and enable the module when syncing your database from production to staging/development. Just add the following to the bottom of the appropriate settings.php file.
Install as usual, see https://drupal.org/node/895232 for further information.
The code for the 8.x branch of this project can also be found on Github
|8.x-2.1-beta1||tar.gz (10.42 KB) | zip (14.99 KB)||2017年1月19日||发布说明||简 | 繁 | 更多|
|8.x-2.x-dev||tar.gz (10.41 KB) | zip (14.99 KB)||2017年1月19日||发布说明||简 | 繁 | 更多|
|7.x-1.x-dev||tar.gz (8.29 KB) | zip (9.67 KB)||2013年9月30日||发布说明||简 | 繁 | 更多|