Commit 5b7ecb86 authored by Dries's avatar Dries

- Patch #17208 by asimmonds: help text fixes:

    - permissions menu link updates in a number of modules help
    - anchor link fix in distributed auth help
    - "my account" link fix in user help
    - spelling correction in tracker.module help

- I also changed 'admin/access/perms' to 'admin/access/permissions'.
parent 95f4d975
......@@ -802,7 +802,7 @@ function book_help($section) {
<p>Collaborative books let you easily set up a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section on your web site. The main benefit is that you don't have to write all the questions/answers by yourself - let the community do it for you!</p>
<p>In order to set up the FAQ, you have to create a new book which will hold all your content. To do so, click on the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link. Give it a thoughtful title, and body. A title like \"Estonia Travel - FAQ\" is nice. You may always edit these fields later. You will probably want to designate <em>&lt;top-level&gt;</em> as the parent of this page. Leave the <em>log message</em> and <em>type</em> fields blank for now. After you have submitted this book page, you are ready to begin filling up your book with questions that are frequently asked.</p>
<p>Whenever you come across a post which you want to include in your FAQ, click on the <em>administer</em> link. Then click on the <em>edit book outline</em> button at the bottom of the page. Then place the relevant post wherever is most appropriate in your book by selecting a <em>parent</em>. Books are quite flexible. They can have sections like <em>Flying to Estonia</em>, <em>Eating in Estonia</em> and so on. As you get more experienced with the book module, you can reorganize posts in your book so that it stays organized.</p>
<p>Notes:</p><ul><li>Any comments attached to those relevant posts which you designate as book pages will also be transported into your book. This is a great feature, since much wisdom is shared via comments. Remember that all future comments and edits will automatically be reflected in your book.</li><li>You may wish to edit the title of posts when adding them to your FAQ. This is done on the same page as the <em>Edit book outline</em> button. Clear titles improve navigability enormously.</li><li>Book pages may come from any content type (blog, story, page, etc.). If you are creating a post solely for inclusion in your book, then use the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link.</li><li>If you don't see the <em>administer</em> link, then you probably have insufficient <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a>.</li></ul>", array('%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), "%create" => url('node/add/book'), '%collaborative-book' => url('admin/node/book'), '%orphans-book' => url('admin/node/book/orphan'), '%export-book' => url('book/print')));
<p>Notes:</p><ul><li>Any comments attached to those relevant posts which you designate as book pages will also be transported into your book. This is a great feature, since much wisdom is shared via comments. Remember that all future comments and edits will automatically be reflected in your book.</li><li>You may wish to edit the title of posts when adding them to your FAQ. This is done on the same page as the <em>Edit book outline</em> button. Clear titles improve navigability enormously.</li><li>Book pages may come from any content type (blog, story, page, etc.). If you are creating a post solely for inclusion in your book, then use the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link.</li><li>If you don't see the <em>administer</em> link, then you probably have insufficient <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a>.</li></ul>", array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), "%create" => url('node/add/book'), '%collaborative-book' => url('admin/node/book'), '%orphans-book' => url('admin/node/book/orphan'), '%export-book' => url('book/print')));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t('Allows users to collaboratively author a book.');
case 'admin/node/book':
......
......@@ -802,7 +802,7 @@ function book_help($section) {
<p>Collaborative books let you easily set up a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section on your web site. The main benefit is that you don't have to write all the questions/answers by yourself - let the community do it for you!</p>
<p>In order to set up the FAQ, you have to create a new book which will hold all your content. To do so, click on the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link. Give it a thoughtful title, and body. A title like \"Estonia Travel - FAQ\" is nice. You may always edit these fields later. You will probably want to designate <em>&lt;top-level&gt;</em> as the parent of this page. Leave the <em>log message</em> and <em>type</em> fields blank for now. After you have submitted this book page, you are ready to begin filling up your book with questions that are frequently asked.</p>
<p>Whenever you come across a post which you want to include in your FAQ, click on the <em>administer</em> link. Then click on the <em>edit book outline</em> button at the bottom of the page. Then place the relevant post wherever is most appropriate in your book by selecting a <em>parent</em>. Books are quite flexible. They can have sections like <em>Flying to Estonia</em>, <em>Eating in Estonia</em> and so on. As you get more experienced with the book module, you can reorganize posts in your book so that it stays organized.</p>
<p>Notes:</p><ul><li>Any comments attached to those relevant posts which you designate as book pages will also be transported into your book. This is a great feature, since much wisdom is shared via comments. Remember that all future comments and edits will automatically be reflected in your book.</li><li>You may wish to edit the title of posts when adding them to your FAQ. This is done on the same page as the <em>Edit book outline</em> button. Clear titles improve navigability enormously.</li><li>Book pages may come from any content type (blog, story, page, etc.). If you are creating a post solely for inclusion in your book, then use the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link.</li><li>If you don't see the <em>administer</em> link, then you probably have insufficient <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a>.</li></ul>", array('%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), "%create" => url('node/add/book'), '%collaborative-book' => url('admin/node/book'), '%orphans-book' => url('admin/node/book/orphan'), '%export-book' => url('book/print')));
<p>Notes:</p><ul><li>Any comments attached to those relevant posts which you designate as book pages will also be transported into your book. This is a great feature, since much wisdom is shared via comments. Remember that all future comments and edits will automatically be reflected in your book.</li><li>You may wish to edit the title of posts when adding them to your FAQ. This is done on the same page as the <em>Edit book outline</em> button. Clear titles improve navigability enormously.</li><li>Book pages may come from any content type (blog, story, page, etc.). If you are creating a post solely for inclusion in your book, then use the <a href=\"%create\">create content &raquo; book page</a> link.</li><li>If you don't see the <em>administer</em> link, then you probably have insufficient <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a>.</li></ul>", array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), "%create" => url('node/add/book'), '%collaborative-book' => url('admin/node/book'), '%orphans-book' => url('admin/node/book/orphan'), '%export-book' => url('book/print')));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t('Allows users to collaboratively author a book.');
case 'admin/node/book':
......
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<p>When a user chooses <em>save settings</em>, the comments are then redisplayed using the user's new choices. Administrators can set the default settings for the comment control panel, along with other comment defaults, in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a>. NOTE: When comment moderation is enabled, users will have another control panel option to control thresholds (see below).</p>
<h3>Additional comment configurations</h3>
<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Filters, smileys and HTML that work in nodes will also work with comments. Administrators can control access to various comment module functions through <a href=\"%user-permissions\">administer &raquo; users &raquo; configure &raquo; permissions</a>. Know that in a new Drupal installation, all comment permissions are disabled by default. The choice of which permissions to grant to which roles (groups of users) is left up to the site administrator. The following permissions:</p>
<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Filters, smileys and HTML that work in nodes will also work with comments. Administrators can control access to various comment module functions through <a href=\"%permissions\">administer &raquo; access control &raquo; permissions</a>. Know that in a new Drupal installation, all comment permissions are disabled by default. The choice of which permissions to grant to which roles (groups of users) is left up to the site administrator. The following permissions:</p>
<ul><li><strong>Access comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users to view comments.</li>
<li><strong>Administrate comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users complete control over configuring, editing and deleting all comments.</li>
<li><strong>Moderate comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users to rate comment postings (see more on moderation below).</li>
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<h3>Comment moderation</h3>
<p>On sites with active commenting from users, the administrator can turn over comment moderation to the community. </p>
<p>With comment moderation, each comment is automatically assigned an initial rating. As users read comments, they can apply a vote which affects the comment rating. At the same time, users have an additional option in the control panel which allows them to set a threshold for the comments they wish to view. Those comments with ratings lower than the set threshold will not be shown. To enable moderation, the administrator must grant <a href=\"%user-permissions\">moderate comments</a> permissions. Then, a number of options in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a> must be configured.</p>
<p>With comment moderation, each comment is automatically assigned an initial rating. As users read comments, they can apply a vote which affects the comment rating. At the same time, users have an additional option in the control panel which allows them to set a threshold for the comments they wish to view. Those comments with ratings lower than the set threshold will not be shown. To enable moderation, the administrator must grant <a href=\"%permissions\">moderate comments</a> permissions. Then, a number of options in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a> must be configured.</p>
<h4>Moderation votes</h4>
<p>The first step is to create moderation labels which allow users to rate a comment. Go to <a href=\"%comment-votes\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation votes</a>. In the <em>vote</em> field, enter the textual labels which users will see when casting their votes. Some examples are</p>
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<p>When creating the thresholds, note that the <em>Minimum score</em> is asking you for the lowest rating that a comment can have in order to be displayed. To see a common example of how thresholds work, you might visit <a href=\"%slashdot\">Slashdot</a> and view one of their comment boards associated with a story. You can reset the thresholds in their comment control panel.</p>
<h4>Initial comment scores</h4>
<p>Finally, you may want to enter some <em>initial comment scores</em>. In <a href=\"%comment-initial\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation roles</a> you can assign a beginning rating for all comments posted by a particular permission role. If you do not assign any initial scores, Drupal will assign a rating of <strong>0</strong> as the default.</p>", array('%comment-config' => url('admin/comment/configure'), '%user-permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%tracker' => url('tracker'), '%download-notify' => 'http://drupal.org/project/releases', '%comment-votes' => url('admin/comment/configure/votes'), '%comment-matrix' => url('admin/comment/configure/matrix'), '%comment-thresholds' => url('admin/comment/configure/thresholds'), '%slashdot' => ' http://slashdot.org', '%comment-initial' => url('admin/comment/configure/roles')));
<p>Finally, you may want to enter some <em>initial comment scores</em>. In <a href=\"%comment-initial\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation roles</a> you can assign a beginning rating for all comments posted by a particular permission role. If you do not assign any initial scores, Drupal will assign a rating of <strong>0</strong> as the default.</p>", array('%comment-config' => url('admin/comment/configure'), '%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%tracker' => url('tracker'), '%download-notify' => 'http://drupal.org/project/releases', '%comment-votes' => url('admin/comment/configure/votes'), '%comment-matrix' => url('admin/comment/configure/matrix'), '%comment-thresholds' => url('admin/comment/configure/thresholds'), '%slashdot' => ' http://slashdot.org', '%comment-initial' => url('admin/comment/configure/roles')));
case 'admin/comment':
case 'admin/comment/new':
return t("Below is a list of the latest comments posted your site. Click on a subject to see the comment, the author's name to edit the author's user information , \"edit\" to modify the text, and \"delete\" to remove their submission.");
......@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ function comment_configure() {
$group .= form_radios(t('Comment controls'), 'comment_controls', variable_get('comment_controls', 0), array(t('Display above the comments'), t('Display below the comments'), t('Display above and below the comments'), t('Do not display')), t('Position of the comment controls box. The comment controls let the user change the default display mode and display order of comments.'));
$output = form_group(t('Comment viewing options'), $group);
$group = form_radios(t('Anonymous poster settings'), 'comment_anonymous', variable_get('comment_anonymous', 0), array(t('Anonymous posters may not enter their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters may leave their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters must leave their contact information')), t('This feature is only useful if you allow anonymous users to post comments. See the <a href="%url">permissions page</a>.', array('%url' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'))));
$group = form_radios(t('Anonymous poster settings'), 'comment_anonymous', variable_get('comment_anonymous', 0), array(t('Anonymous posters may not enter their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters may leave their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters must leave their contact information')), t('This feature is only useful if you allow anonymous users to post comments. See the <a href="%url">permissions page</a>.', array('%url' => url('admin/access/permissions'))));
$group .= form_radios(t('Comment subject field'), 'comment_subject_field', variable_get('comment_subject_field', 1), array(t('Disabled'), t('Enabled')), t('Can users provide a unique subject for their comments?'));
$group .= form_radios(t('Preview comment'), 'comment_preview', variable_get('comment_preview', 1), array(t('Optional'), t('Required')));
$group .= form_radios(t('Location of comment submission form'), 'comment_form_location', variable_get('comment_form_location', 0), array(t('Display on separate page'), t('Display below post or comments')));
......
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<p>When a user chooses <em>save settings</em>, the comments are then redisplayed using the user's new choices. Administrators can set the default settings for the comment control panel, along with other comment defaults, in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a>. NOTE: When comment moderation is enabled, users will have another control panel option to control thresholds (see below).</p>
<h3>Additional comment configurations</h3>
<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Filters, smileys and HTML that work in nodes will also work with comments. Administrators can control access to various comment module functions through <a href=\"%user-permissions\">administer &raquo; users &raquo; configure &raquo; permissions</a>. Know that in a new Drupal installation, all comment permissions are disabled by default. The choice of which permissions to grant to which roles (groups of users) is left up to the site administrator. The following permissions:</p>
<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Filters, smileys and HTML that work in nodes will also work with comments. Administrators can control access to various comment module functions through <a href=\"%permissions\">administer &raquo; access control &raquo; permissions</a>. Know that in a new Drupal installation, all comment permissions are disabled by default. The choice of which permissions to grant to which roles (groups of users) is left up to the site administrator. The following permissions:</p>
<ul><li><strong>Access comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users to view comments.</li>
<li><strong>Administrate comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users complete control over configuring, editing and deleting all comments.</li>
<li><strong>Moderate comments</strong> &mdash; Allows users to rate comment postings (see more on moderation below).</li>
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<h3>Comment moderation</h3>
<p>On sites with active commenting from users, the administrator can turn over comment moderation to the community. </p>
<p>With comment moderation, each comment is automatically assigned an initial rating. As users read comments, they can apply a vote which affects the comment rating. At the same time, users have an additional option in the control panel which allows them to set a threshold for the comments they wish to view. Those comments with ratings lower than the set threshold will not be shown. To enable moderation, the administrator must grant <a href=\"%user-permissions\">moderate comments</a> permissions. Then, a number of options in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a> must be configured.</p>
<p>With comment moderation, each comment is automatically assigned an initial rating. As users read comments, they can apply a vote which affects the comment rating. At the same time, users have an additional option in the control panel which allows them to set a threshold for the comments they wish to view. Those comments with ratings lower than the set threshold will not be shown. To enable moderation, the administrator must grant <a href=\"%permissions\">moderate comments</a> permissions. Then, a number of options in <a href=\"%comment-config\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure</a> must be configured.</p>
<h4>Moderation votes</h4>
<p>The first step is to create moderation labels which allow users to rate a comment. Go to <a href=\"%comment-votes\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation votes</a>. In the <em>vote</em> field, enter the textual labels which users will see when casting their votes. Some examples are</p>
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ function comment_help($section = "admin/help#comment") {
<p>When creating the thresholds, note that the <em>Minimum score</em> is asking you for the lowest rating that a comment can have in order to be displayed. To see a common example of how thresholds work, you might visit <a href=\"%slashdot\">Slashdot</a> and view one of their comment boards associated with a story. You can reset the thresholds in their comment control panel.</p>
<h4>Initial comment scores</h4>
<p>Finally, you may want to enter some <em>initial comment scores</em>. In <a href=\"%comment-initial\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation roles</a> you can assign a beginning rating for all comments posted by a particular permission role. If you do not assign any initial scores, Drupal will assign a rating of <strong>0</strong> as the default.</p>", array('%comment-config' => url('admin/comment/configure'), '%user-permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%tracker' => url('tracker'), '%download-notify' => 'http://drupal.org/project/releases', '%comment-votes' => url('admin/comment/configure/votes'), '%comment-matrix' => url('admin/comment/configure/matrix'), '%comment-thresholds' => url('admin/comment/configure/thresholds'), '%slashdot' => ' http://slashdot.org', '%comment-initial' => url('admin/comment/configure/roles')));
<p>Finally, you may want to enter some <em>initial comment scores</em>. In <a href=\"%comment-initial\">administer &raquo; comments &raquo; configure &raquo; moderation roles</a> you can assign a beginning rating for all comments posted by a particular permission role. If you do not assign any initial scores, Drupal will assign a rating of <strong>0</strong> as the default.</p>", array('%comment-config' => url('admin/comment/configure'), '%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%tracker' => url('tracker'), '%download-notify' => 'http://drupal.org/project/releases', '%comment-votes' => url('admin/comment/configure/votes'), '%comment-matrix' => url('admin/comment/configure/matrix'), '%comment-thresholds' => url('admin/comment/configure/thresholds'), '%slashdot' => ' http://slashdot.org', '%comment-initial' => url('admin/comment/configure/roles')));
case 'admin/comment':
case 'admin/comment/new':
return t("Below is a list of the latest comments posted your site. Click on a subject to see the comment, the author's name to edit the author's user information , \"edit\" to modify the text, and \"delete\" to remove their submission.");
......@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ function comment_configure() {
$group .= form_radios(t('Comment controls'), 'comment_controls', variable_get('comment_controls', 0), array(t('Display above the comments'), t('Display below the comments'), t('Display above and below the comments'), t('Do not display')), t('Position of the comment controls box. The comment controls let the user change the default display mode and display order of comments.'));
$output = form_group(t('Comment viewing options'), $group);
$group = form_radios(t('Anonymous poster settings'), 'comment_anonymous', variable_get('comment_anonymous', 0), array(t('Anonymous posters may not enter their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters may leave their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters must leave their contact information')), t('This feature is only useful if you allow anonymous users to post comments. See the <a href="%url">permissions page</a>.', array('%url' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'))));
$group = form_radios(t('Anonymous poster settings'), 'comment_anonymous', variable_get('comment_anonymous', 0), array(t('Anonymous posters may not enter their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters may leave their contact information'), t('Anonymous posters must leave their contact information')), t('This feature is only useful if you allow anonymous users to post comments. See the <a href="%url">permissions page</a>.', array('%url' => url('admin/access/permissions'))));
$group .= form_radios(t('Comment subject field'), 'comment_subject_field', variable_get('comment_subject_field', 1), array(t('Disabled'), t('Enabled')), t('Can users provide a unique subject for their comments?'));
$group .= form_radios(t('Preview comment'), 'comment_preview', variable_get('comment_preview', 1), array(t('Optional'), t('Required')));
$group .= form_radios(t('Location of comment submission form'), 'comment_form_location', variable_get('comment_form_location', 0), array(t('Display on separate page'), t('Display below post or comments')));
......
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ function poll_help($section) {
<li>To view the results one needs the \"access content\" permission.</li>
<li>To administer polls you need the \"administer nodes\" permission.</li>
</ul>
<p>Creating a poll is much like creating any other node. Click \"create poll\" in your user box. The title of the poll should be the question, then enter the answers and the \"base\" vote counts. You can also choose the time period over which the vote will run.</p><p>The <a href=\"%poll\">Poll</a> item in the navigation links will take you to a page where you can see all the current polls, vote on them (if you haven't already) and view the results.</p>", array("%permissions" => url("admin/user/configure/permission"), "%poll" => url("poll")));
<p>Creating a poll is much like creating any other node. Click \"create poll\" in your user box. The title of the poll should be the question, then enter the answers and the \"base\" vote counts. You can also choose the time period over which the vote will run.</p><p>The <a href=\"%poll\">Poll</a> item in the navigation links will take you to a page where you can see all the current polls, vote on them (if you haven't already) and view the results.</p>", array("%permissions" => url("admin/access/permissions"), "%poll" => url("poll")));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t("Enables your site to capture votes on different topics in the form of multiple choice questions.");
case 'node/add#poll':
......
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ function poll_help($section) {
<li>To view the results one needs the \"access content\" permission.</li>
<li>To administer polls you need the \"administer nodes\" permission.</li>
</ul>
<p>Creating a poll is much like creating any other node. Click \"create poll\" in your user box. The title of the poll should be the question, then enter the answers and the \"base\" vote counts. You can also choose the time period over which the vote will run.</p><p>The <a href=\"%poll\">Poll</a> item in the navigation links will take you to a page where you can see all the current polls, vote on them (if you haven't already) and view the results.</p>", array("%permissions" => url("admin/user/configure/permission"), "%poll" => url("poll")));
<p>Creating a poll is much like creating any other node. Click \"create poll\" in your user box. The title of the poll should be the question, then enter the answers and the \"base\" vote counts. You can also choose the time period over which the vote will run.</p><p>The <a href=\"%poll\">Poll</a> item in the navigation links will take you to a page where you can see all the current polls, vote on them (if you haven't already) and view the results.</p>", array("%permissions" => url("admin/access/permissions"), "%poll" => url("poll")));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t("Enables your site to capture votes on different topics in the form of multiple choice questions.");
case 'node/add#poll':
......
......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ function statistics_help($section) {
<h3>Popular content block</h3>
<p>This module creates a block that can display the day's top viewed content, the all time top viewed content, and the last content viewed. Each of these links can be enabled or disabled individually, and the number of posts displayed for each can be configured with a drop down menu. If you disable all sections of this block, it will not appear.</p>
<p>Don't forget to <a href=\"%block\">enable the block</a>.</p>",
array('%modules' => url('admin/modules'), '%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%referer' => url('admin/logs/referrers'), '%configuration' => url('admin/settings/statistics'), '%block' => url('admin/block')));
array('%modules' => url('admin/modules'), '%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%referer' => url('admin/logs/referrers'), '%configuration' => url('admin/settings/statistics'), '%block' => url('admin/block')));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t('Logs access statistics for your site.');
case 'admin/settings/statistics':
......
......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ function statistics_help($section) {
<h3>Popular content block</h3>
<p>This module creates a block that can display the day's top viewed content, the all time top viewed content, and the last content viewed. Each of these links can be enabled or disabled individually, and the number of posts displayed for each can be configured with a drop down menu. If you disable all sections of this block, it will not appear.</p>
<p>Don't forget to <a href=\"%block\">enable the block</a>.</p>",
array('%modules' => url('admin/modules'), '%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%referer' => url('admin/logs/referrers'), '%configuration' => url('admin/settings/statistics'), '%block' => url('admin/block')));
array('%modules' => url('admin/modules'), '%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%referer' => url('admin/logs/referrers'), '%configuration' => url('admin/settings/statistics'), '%block' => url('admin/block')));
case 'admin/modules#description':
return t('Logs access statistics for your site.');
case 'admin/settings/statistics':
......
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ function system_help($section) {
$theme = array_pop(explode('.', arg(3), 2));
return t('These options control the display settings for the <code>%template</code> theme. When your site is displayed using this theme, these settings will be used. By clicking "Reset to defaults," you can choose to use the <a href="%global">global settings</a> for this theme.', array('%template' => $theme, '%global' => url('admin/themes/settings')));
case 'admin/modules':
return t("Modules are plugins for Drupal that extend its core functionality. Here you can select which modules are enabled. Click on the name of the module in the navigation menu for their individual configuration pages. Once a module is enabled, new <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a> might be made available. Modules can automatically be temporarily disabled to reduce server load when your site becomes extremely busy by enabling the throttle.module and checking throttle. The auto-throttle functionality must be enabled on the <a href=\"%throttle\">throttle configuration page</a> after having enabled the throttle module.", array('%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%throttle' => url('admin/settings/throttle')));
return t("Modules are plugins for Drupal that extend its core functionality. Here you can select which modules are enabled. Click on the name of the module in the navigation menu for their individual configuration pages. Once a module is enabled, new <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a> might be made available. Modules can automatically be temporarily disabled to reduce server load when your site becomes extremely busy by enabling the throttle.module and checking throttle. The auto-throttle functionality must be enabled on the <a href=\"%throttle\">throttle configuration page</a> after having enabled the throttle module.", array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%throttle' => url('admin/settings/throttle')));
case 'admin/help#system':
return t("
<p>Drupal comes with system-wide defaults but the setting-module provides control over many Drupal preferences, behaviours including visual and operational settings.</p>
......
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ function system_help($section) {
$theme = array_pop(explode('.', arg(3), 2));
return t('These options control the display settings for the <code>%template</code> theme. When your site is displayed using this theme, these settings will be used. By clicking "Reset to defaults," you can choose to use the <a href="%global">global settings</a> for this theme.', array('%template' => $theme, '%global' => url('admin/themes/settings')));
case 'admin/modules':
return t("Modules are plugins for Drupal that extend its core functionality. Here you can select which modules are enabled. Click on the name of the module in the navigation menu for their individual configuration pages. Once a module is enabled, new <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a> might be made available. Modules can automatically be temporarily disabled to reduce server load when your site becomes extremely busy by enabling the throttle.module and checking throttle. The auto-throttle functionality must be enabled on the <a href=\"%throttle\">throttle configuration page</a> after having enabled the throttle module.", array('%permissions' => url('admin/user/configure/permission'), '%throttle' => url('admin/settings/throttle')));
return t("Modules are plugins for Drupal that extend its core functionality. Here you can select which modules are enabled. Click on the name of the module in the navigation menu for their individual configuration pages. Once a module is enabled, new <a href=\"%permissions\">permissions</a> might be made available. Modules can automatically be temporarily disabled to reduce server load when your site becomes extremely busy by enabling the throttle.module and checking throttle. The auto-throttle functionality must be enabled on the <a href=\"%throttle\">throttle configuration page</a> after having enabled the throttle module.", array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%throttle' => url('admin/settings/throttle')));
case 'admin/help#system':
return t("
<p>Drupal comes with system-wide defaults but the setting-module provides control over many Drupal preferences, behaviours including visual and operational settings.</p>
......
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ function tracker_help($section) {
switch ($section) {
case 'admin/help#tracker':
return t('<p>The tracker module is a handy module for displaying the most recently added or updated content to a Drupal site. The link to the tracker is labeled <em>recent posts</em> in the user\'s navigation block. Updates include changes to the text by either the original author or someone else that has permission to edit the content, such as an editor or administrator as well as all comments added to an item.</p>
<p>The Tracker module presents a page listing the recently-updated contentwritten by the user with the content type, the title, the user\'s name, how many comments that item has received, as well as how long ago it was updated. If an item was written by someone else, tracker will show that item at the top of the list. An example:</p>
<p>The Tracker module presents a page listing the recently-updated content written by the user with the content type, the title, the user\'s name, how many comments that item has received, as well as how long ago it was updated. If an item was written by someone else, tracker will show that item at the top of the list. An example:</p>
<p>A user named Jessica writes a blog post, then some time passes, and others write blog posts. Then if John posts a comment to Jessica\'s post, and you have bookmarked John\'s tracker page (see below on how to do this) then Jessica\'s content will appear at the top.</p>
<p>If an user with <i>administer comments</i> (e.g. an administrator or editor of a site) deletes a comment (e.g. it is off-topic, inappropriate language, or unsolicited advertisement), the content item will drop down to when it was updated previous to that deleted comment.</p>
<p>To use the Tracker module to "watch" for a user\'s updated content, click on that user\'s profile, then the "track" tab.</p>');
......
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ function tracker_help($section) {
switch ($section) {
case 'admin/help#tracker':
return t('<p>The tracker module is a handy module for displaying the most recently added or updated content to a Drupal site. The link to the tracker is labeled <em>recent posts</em> in the user\'s navigation block. Updates include changes to the text by either the original author or someone else that has permission to edit the content, such as an editor or administrator as well as all comments added to an item.</p>
<p>The Tracker module presents a page listing the recently-updated contentwritten by the user with the content type, the title, the user\'s name, how many comments that item has received, as well as how long ago it was updated. If an item was written by someone else, tracker will show that item at the top of the list. An example:</p>
<p>The Tracker module presents a page listing the recently-updated content written by the user with the content type, the title, the user\'s name, how many comments that item has received, as well as how long ago it was updated. If an item was written by someone else, tracker will show that item at the top of the list. An example:</p>
<p>A user named Jessica writes a blog post, then some time passes, and others write blog posts. Then if John posts a comment to Jessica\'s post, and you have bookmarked John\'s tracker page (see below on how to do this) then Jessica\'s content will appear at the top.</p>
<p>If an user with <i>administer comments</i> (e.g. an administrator or editor of a site) deletes a comment (e.g. it is off-topic, inappropriate language, or unsolicited advertisement), the content item will drop down to when it was updated previous to that deleted comment.</p>
<p>To use the Tracker module to "watch" for a user\'s updated content, click on that user\'s profile, then the "track" tab.</p>');
......
......@@ -641,7 +641,7 @@ function user_menu($may_cache) {
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access', 'title' => t('access control'),
'callback' => 'user_admin_perm', 'access' => $access);
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/perms', 'title' => t('permissions'),
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/permissions', 'title' => t('permissions'),
'callback' => 'user_admin_perm', 'access' => $access,
'type' => MENU_DEFAULT_LOCAL_TASK, 'weight' => -10);
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/roles', 'title' => t('roles'),
......@@ -1466,7 +1466,7 @@ function user_admin_perm() {
$result = db_query('SELECT r.rid, p.perm FROM {role} r LEFT JOIN {permission} p ON r.rid = p.rid ORDER BY name');
$roles = array();
while ($role = db_fetch_object($result)) {
$role_perms[$role->rid] = $role->perm;
$role_permissions[$role->rid] = $role->perm;
}
$result = db_query('SELECT rid, name FROM {role} ORDER BY name');
......@@ -1479,13 +1479,13 @@ function user_admin_perm() {
$header = array_merge(array(t('Permission')), $role_names);
foreach (module_list() as $module) {
if ($perms = module_invoke($module, 'perm')) {
if ($permissions = module_invoke($module, 'perm')) {
$rows[] = array(array('data' => t('%module module', array('%module' => $module)), 'class' => 'module', 'colspan' => count($role_names) + 1));
asort($perms);
foreach ($perms as $perm) {
asort($permissions);
foreach ($permissions as $perm) {
$row[] = array('data' => t($perm), 'class' => 'permission');
foreach ($role_names as $rid => $name) {
$row[] = form_checkbox('', "$rid][$perm", 1, strstr($role_perms[$rid], $perm));
$row[] = form_checkbox('', "$rid][$perm", 1, strstr($role_permissions[$rid], $perm));
}
$rows[] = $row;
unset($row);
......@@ -1657,6 +1657,7 @@ function user_admin() {
* Implementation of hook_help().
*/
function user_help($section) {
global $user;
switch ($section) {
case 'admin/user':
......@@ -1670,11 +1671,11 @@ function user_help($section) {
return t('<p>In this area you will define the permissions for each user role (role names are defined on the <a href="%role">user roles page</a>). Each permission describes a fine-grained logical operation, such as being able to access the administration pages, or adding/modifying a user account. You could say a permission represents access granted to a user to perform a set of operations.</p>', array('%role' => url('admin/access/roles')));
case 'admin/access/roles':
return t('
Roles allow you to fine tune the security and administration of drupal. A role defines a group of users that have certain privileges as defined in <a href="%permission">user permissions</a>. Examples of roles include: anonymous user, authenticated user, moderator, administrator and so on. In this area you will define the <em>role names</em> of the various roles. To delete a role choose "edit".<br />By default, Drupal comes with two user roles:
Roles allow you to fine tune the security and administration of drupal. A role defines a group of users that have certain privileges as defined in <a href="%permissions">user permissions</a>. Examples of roles include: anonymous user, authenticated user, moderator, administrator and so on. In this area you will define the <em>role names</em> of the various roles. To delete a role choose "edit".<br />By default, Drupal comes with two user roles:
<ul>
<li>Anonymous user: this role is used for users that don\'t have a user account or that are not authenticated.</li>
<li>Authenticated user: this role is assigned automatically to authenticated users. Most registered users will belong to this user role unless specified otherwise.</li>
</ul>', array('%permission' => url('admin/access')));
</ul>', array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions')));
case 'admin/user/search':
return t('<p>Enter a simple pattern ("*" may be user as a wildcard match) to search for a username. For example, one may search for "br" and Drupal might return "brian", "brad", and "brenda".</p>');
case 'admin/modules#description':
......@@ -1705,14 +1706,14 @@ function user_help($section) {
<p>In contrast, those with a user account can use their own name or handle and are granted various privileges: the most important is probably the ability to moderate new submissions, to rate comments, and to fine-tune the site to their personal liking, with saved personal settings. Drupal themes make fine tuning quite a pleasure.</p>
<p>Registered users need to authenticate by supplying either a local username and password, or a remote username and password such as a <a href=\"%jabber\">Jabber ID</a>, <a href=\"%delphi-forums\">DelphiForums ID</a>, or one from a <a href=\"%drupal\">Drupal powered</a> website. See the <a href=\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication help</a> for more information on this innovative feature.
The local username and password, hashed with Message Digest 5 (MD5), are stored in your database. When you enter a password it is also hashed with MD5 and compared with what is in the database. If the hashes match, the username and password are correct. Once a user authenticated session is started, and until that session is over, the user won't have to re-authenticate. To keep track of the individual sessions, Drupal relies on <a href=\"%php-sess\">PHP sessions</a>. A visitor accessing your website is assigned an unique ID, the so-called session ID, which is stored in a cookie. For security's sake, the cookie does not contain personal information but acts as a key to retrieve the information stored on your server. When a visitor accesses your site, Drupal will check whether a specific session ID has been sent with the request. If this is the case, the prior saved environment is recreated.</p>
<h3>User preferences and profiles</h3><p>Each Drupal user has a profile, and a set of preferences which may be edited by clicking on the \"<a href=\"%user-prefs\">my account</a>\" link. Of course, a user must be logged into reach those pages. There, users will find a page for changing their preferred time zone, language, username, e-mail address, password, theme, signature, and <a href\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication names</a>. Changes made here take effect immediately. Also, administrators may make profile and preferences changes in <a href=\"%admin-user\">account administration</a> on behalf of their users.</p>
<h3>User preferences and profiles</h3><p>Each Drupal user has a profile, and a set of preferences which may be edited by clicking on the \"<a href=\"%user-prefs\">my account</a>\" link. Of course, a user must be logged into reach those pages. There, users will find a page for changing their preferred time zone, language, username, e-mail address, password, theme, signature, and <a href=\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication names</a>. Changes made here take effect immediately. Also, administrators may make profile and preferences changes in <a href=\"%admin-user\">account administration</a> on behalf of their users.</p>
<h3>Distributed authentication<a id=\"da\"></a></h3>
<p>One of the more tedious moments in visiting a new website is filling out the registration form. The reg form provides helpful information to the website owner, but not much value for the user. The value for the end user is usually the ability to post a messages or receive personalized news, etc. Distributed authentication (DA) gives the user what they want without having to fill out the reg form. Removing this obstacle yields more registered and active users for the website.</p>
<p>DA enables a new user to input a username and password into the login box and immediately be recognized, even if that user never registered on your site. This works because Drupal knows how to communicate with external registration databases. For example, lets say that your new user 'Joe' is already a registered member of Delphi Forums. If your Drupal has the delphi module installed, then Drupal will inform Joe on the registration and login screens that he may login with his Delphi ID instead of registering with your Drupal instance. Joe likes that idea, and logs in with a username of joe@remote.delphiforums.com and his usual Delphi password. Drupal then communicates with remote.delphiforums.com (usually using <a href=\"%xml\">XML</a>, <a href=\"%http-post\">HTTP-POST</a>, or <a href=\"%soap\">SOAP</a>) behind the scenes and asks &quot;is this password for username=joe?&quot; If Delphi replies yes, then Drupal will create a new local account for joe and log joe into it. Joe may keep on logging into your Drupal instance in the same manner, and he will be logged into the same joe@remote.delphiforums.com account.</p>
<p>One key element of DA is the 'authmap' table, which maps a user's authname (e.g. joe@remote.delphiforums.com) to his local UID (i.e. user identification number). This map is checked whenever a user successfully logs into an external authentication source. Once Drupal knows that the current user is definitely joe@remote.delphiforums.com (because Delphi says so), he looks up Joe's UID and logs Joe into that account.</p>
<p>To disable distributed authentication, simply <a href=\"%dis-module\">disable</a> or remove all DA modules. For a virgin install, that means removing/disabling the jabber module and the drupal module.</p>
<p>Drupal is setup so that it is very easy to add support for any external authentication source. You currently have the following authentication modules installed ...</p>", array('%user-role' => url('admin/access/roles'), '%user-permission' => url('admin/access/permission'), '%jabber' => 'http://www.jabber.org/', '%delphi-forums' => 'http://www.delphiforums.com/', '%drupal' => 'http://www.drupal.org/', '%da-auth' => url('help#da'), '%php-sess' => 'http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php', '%admin-user' => url('admin/user'), '%xml' => 'http://www.xmlrpc.org/', '%http-post' => 'http://www.w3.org/Protocols/', '%soap' => 'http://www.soapware.org/', '%dis-module' => url('admin/modules')));
<p>Drupal is setup so that it is very easy to add support for any external authentication source. You currently have the following authentication modules installed ...</p>", array('%user-role' => url('admin/access/roles'), '%user-permission' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%jabber' => 'http://www.jabber.org/', '%delphi-forums' => 'http://www.delphiforums.com/', '%drupal' => 'http://www.drupal.org/', '%da-auth' => url('admin/help/user#da'), '%php-sess' => 'http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php', '%admin-user' => url('admin/user'), '%xml' => 'http://www.xmlrpc.org/', '%http-post' => 'http://www.w3.org/Protocols/', '%soap' => 'http://www.soapware.org/', '%dis-module' => url('admin/modules'), '%user-prefs' => url('user/' . $user->uid)));
foreach (module_list() as $module) {
if (module_hook($module, 'auth')) {
......
......@@ -641,7 +641,7 @@ function user_menu($may_cache) {
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access', 'title' => t('access control'),
'callback' => 'user_admin_perm', 'access' => $access);
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/perms', 'title' => t('permissions'),
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/permissions', 'title' => t('permissions'),
'callback' => 'user_admin_perm', 'access' => $access,
'type' => MENU_DEFAULT_LOCAL_TASK, 'weight' => -10);
$items[] = array('path' => 'admin/access/roles', 'title' => t('roles'),
......@@ -1466,7 +1466,7 @@ function user_admin_perm() {
$result = db_query('SELECT r.rid, p.perm FROM {role} r LEFT JOIN {permission} p ON r.rid = p.rid ORDER BY name');
$roles = array();
while ($role = db_fetch_object($result)) {
$role_perms[$role->rid] = $role->perm;
$role_permissions[$role->rid] = $role->perm;
}
$result = db_query('SELECT rid, name FROM {role} ORDER BY name');
......@@ -1479,13 +1479,13 @@ function user_admin_perm() {
$header = array_merge(array(t('Permission')), $role_names);
foreach (module_list() as $module) {
if ($perms = module_invoke($module, 'perm')) {
if ($permissions = module_invoke($module, 'perm')) {
$rows[] = array(array('data' => t('%module module', array('%module' => $module)), 'class' => 'module', 'colspan' => count($role_names) + 1));
asort($perms);
foreach ($perms as $perm) {
asort($permissions);
foreach ($permissions as $perm) {
$row[] = array('data' => t($perm), 'class' => 'permission');
foreach ($role_names as $rid => $name) {
$row[] = form_checkbox('', "$rid][$perm", 1, strstr($role_perms[$rid], $perm));
$row[] = form_checkbox('', "$rid][$perm", 1, strstr($role_permissions[$rid], $perm));
}
$rows[] = $row;
unset($row);
......@@ -1657,6 +1657,7 @@ function user_admin() {
* Implementation of hook_help().
*/
function user_help($section) {
global $user;
switch ($section) {
case 'admin/user':
......@@ -1670,11 +1671,11 @@ function user_help($section) {
return t('<p>In this area you will define the permissions for each user role (role names are defined on the <a href="%role">user roles page</a>). Each permission describes a fine-grained logical operation, such as being able to access the administration pages, or adding/modifying a user account. You could say a permission represents access granted to a user to perform a set of operations.</p>', array('%role' => url('admin/access/roles')));
case 'admin/access/roles':
return t('
Roles allow you to fine tune the security and administration of drupal. A role defines a group of users that have certain privileges as defined in <a href="%permission">user permissions</a>. Examples of roles include: anonymous user, authenticated user, moderator, administrator and so on. In this area you will define the <em>role names</em> of the various roles. To delete a role choose "edit".<br />By default, Drupal comes with two user roles:
Roles allow you to fine tune the security and administration of drupal. A role defines a group of users that have certain privileges as defined in <a href="%permissions">user permissions</a>. Examples of roles include: anonymous user, authenticated user, moderator, administrator and so on. In this area you will define the <em>role names</em> of the various roles. To delete a role choose "edit".<br />By default, Drupal comes with two user roles:
<ul>
<li>Anonymous user: this role is used for users that don\'t have a user account or that are not authenticated.</li>
<li>Authenticated user: this role is assigned automatically to authenticated users. Most registered users will belong to this user role unless specified otherwise.</li>
</ul>', array('%permission' => url('admin/access')));
</ul>', array('%permissions' => url('admin/access/permissions')));
case 'admin/user/search':
return t('<p>Enter a simple pattern ("*" may be user as a wildcard match) to search for a username. For example, one may search for "br" and Drupal might return "brian", "brad", and "brenda".</p>');
case 'admin/modules#description':
......@@ -1705,14 +1706,14 @@ function user_help($section) {
<p>In contrast, those with a user account can use their own name or handle and are granted various privileges: the most important is probably the ability to moderate new submissions, to rate comments, and to fine-tune the site to their personal liking, with saved personal settings. Drupal themes make fine tuning quite a pleasure.</p>
<p>Registered users need to authenticate by supplying either a local username and password, or a remote username and password such as a <a href=\"%jabber\">Jabber ID</a>, <a href=\"%delphi-forums\">DelphiForums ID</a>, or one from a <a href=\"%drupal\">Drupal powered</a> website. See the <a href=\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication help</a> for more information on this innovative feature.
The local username and password, hashed with Message Digest 5 (MD5), are stored in your database. When you enter a password it is also hashed with MD5 and compared with what is in the database. If the hashes match, the username and password are correct. Once a user authenticated session is started, and until that session is over, the user won't have to re-authenticate. To keep track of the individual sessions, Drupal relies on <a href=\"%php-sess\">PHP sessions</a>. A visitor accessing your website is assigned an unique ID, the so-called session ID, which is stored in a cookie. For security's sake, the cookie does not contain personal information but acts as a key to retrieve the information stored on your server. When a visitor accesses your site, Drupal will check whether a specific session ID has been sent with the request. If this is the case, the prior saved environment is recreated.</p>
<h3>User preferences and profiles</h3><p>Each Drupal user has a profile, and a set of preferences which may be edited by clicking on the \"<a href=\"%user-prefs\">my account</a>\" link. Of course, a user must be logged into reach those pages. There, users will find a page for changing their preferred time zone, language, username, e-mail address, password, theme, signature, and <a href\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication names</a>. Changes made here take effect immediately. Also, administrators may make profile and preferences changes in <a href=\"%admin-user\">account administration</a> on behalf of their users.</p>
<h3>User preferences and profiles</h3><p>Each Drupal user has a profile, and a set of preferences which may be edited by clicking on the \"<a href=\"%user-prefs\">my account</a>\" link. Of course, a user must be logged into reach those pages. There, users will find a page for changing their preferred time zone, language, username, e-mail address, password, theme, signature, and <a href=\"%da-auth\">distributed authentication names</a>. Changes made here take effect immediately. Also, administrators may make profile and preferences changes in <a href=\"%admin-user\">account administration</a> on behalf of their users.</p>
<h3>Distributed authentication<a id=\"da\"></a></h3>
<p>One of the more tedious moments in visiting a new website is filling out the registration form. The reg form provides helpful information to the website owner, but not much value for the user. The value for the end user is usually the ability to post a messages or receive personalized news, etc. Distributed authentication (DA) gives the user what they want without having to fill out the reg form. Removing this obstacle yields more registered and active users for the website.</p>
<p>DA enables a new user to input a username and password into the login box and immediately be recognized, even if that user never registered on your site. This works because Drupal knows how to communicate with external registration databases. For example, lets say that your new user 'Joe' is already a registered member of Delphi Forums. If your Drupal has the delphi module installed, then Drupal will inform Joe on the registration and login screens that he may login with his Delphi ID instead of registering with your Drupal instance. Joe likes that idea, and logs in with a username of joe@remote.delphiforums.com and his usual Delphi password. Drupal then communicates with remote.delphiforums.com (usually using <a href=\"%xml\">XML</a>, <a href=\"%http-post\">HTTP-POST</a>, or <a href=\"%soap\">SOAP</a>) behind the scenes and asks &quot;is this password for username=joe?&quot; If Delphi replies yes, then Drupal will create a new local account for joe and log joe into it. Joe may keep on logging into your Drupal instance in the same manner, and he will be logged into the same joe@remote.delphiforums.com account.</p>
<p>One key element of DA is the 'authmap' table, which maps a user's authname (e.g. joe@remote.delphiforums.com) to his local UID (i.e. user identification number). This map is checked whenever a user successfully logs into an external authentication source. Once Drupal knows that the current user is definitely joe@remote.delphiforums.com (because Delphi says so), he looks up Joe's UID and logs Joe into that account.</p>
<p>To disable distributed authentication, simply <a href=\"%dis-module\">disable</a> or remove all DA modules. For a virgin install, that means removing/disabling the jabber module and the drupal module.</p>
<p>Drupal is setup so that it is very easy to add support for any external authentication source. You currently have the following authentication modules installed ...</p>", array('%user-role' => url('admin/access/roles'), '%user-permission' => url('admin/access/permission'), '%jabber' => 'http://www.jabber.org/', '%delphi-forums' => 'http://www.delphiforums.com/', '%drupal' => 'http://www.drupal.org/', '%da-auth' => url('help#da'), '%php-sess' => 'http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php', '%admin-user' => url('admin/user'), '%xml' => 'http://www.xmlrpc.org/', '%http-post' => 'http://www.w3.org/Protocols/', '%soap' => 'http://www.soapware.org/', '%dis-module' => url('admin/modules')));
<p>Drupal is setup so that it is very easy to add support for any external authentication source. You currently have the following authentication modules installed ...</p>", array('%user-role' => url('admin/access/roles'), '%user-permission' => url('admin/access/permissions'), '%jabber' => 'http://www.jabber.org/', '%delphi-forums' => 'http://www.delphiforums.com/', '%drupal' => 'http://www.drupal.org/', '%da-auth' => url('admin/help/user#da'), '%php-sess' => 'http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php', '%admin-user' => url('admin/user'), '%xml' => 'http://www.xmlrpc.org/', '%http-post' => 'http://www.w3.org/Protocols/', '%soap' => 'http://www.soapware.org/', '%dis-module' => url('admin/modules'), '%user-prefs' => url('user/' . $user->uid)));
foreach (module_list() as $module) {
if (module_hook($module, 'auth')) {
......
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