Commit deed842d authored by Dries's avatar Dries

- Patch #481802 by catch, leisa: update user permission help text.

parent 551cc748
......@@ -2401,7 +2401,7 @@ function user_help($path, $arg) {
case 'admin/user/user/account/create':
return '<p>' . t("This web page allows administrators to register new users. Users' e-mail addresses and usernames must be unique.") . '</p>';
case 'admin/user/permissions':
return '<p>' . t('Permissions let you control what users can do on your site. Each user role (defined on the <a href="@role">user roles page</a>) has its own set of permissions. For example, you could give users classified as "Administrators" permission to "administer nodes" but deny this power to ordinary, "authenticated" users. You can use permissions to reveal new features to privileged users (those with subscriptions, for example). Permissions also allow trusted users to share the administrative burden of running a busy site.', array('@role' => url('admin/user/roles'))) . '</p>';
return '<p>' . t('Permissions let you control what users can do and see on your site. You can define a specific set of permissions for each role. (See the <a href="@role">Roles</a> page to create a role). Two important roles to consider are Authenticated Users and Administrators. Any permissions granted to the Authenticated Users role will be given to any user who can log into your site. You can make any role the Administrator role for the site, meaning this will be granted all new permissions automatically. You can do this on the <a href="@settings">User Settings</a> page. You should be careful to ensure that only trusted users are given this access and level of control of your site.', array('@role' => url('admin/user/roles'), '@settings' => url('admin/user/settings'))) . '</p>';
case 'admin/user/roles':
return t('<p>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".</p><p>By default, Drupal comes with two user roles:</p>
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