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Restringir número de contenidos a publicar en Drupal 7

Asignar límites a los usuarios

En este supuesto, necesitamos limitar a un rol en concreto para que no pueda publicar más que 2 contenidos, por ejemplo artículos.

Para ello, vamos a instalar un módulo llamado Node Limit.

Pues vamos entonces, lo descargamos, instalamos y activamos como de costumbre.

A parte de activar Node limit, para obtener la funcionalidad que requeríamos al inicio del supuesto, podemos activar diferentes opciones como por ejemplo: poner límite a un tipo de contenido, a todos los usuarios de un rol, a un usuario individual, a cada usuario de un rol determinado

Guardamos.

Para configurar nuestra opción, vamos a Menú Administración/Estructura/Node Limit, y añadimos un nuevo límite. (ponemos el número al que limitamos, obviamente 0 es cero nodos, y -1 ilimitado, en nuestro caso ponemos 2).
Activamos Rol y seleccionos el tipo de usuario a limitar
Activamos Tipo de Contenido y seleccionamos Artículo (en este caso)

Guardamos

Con esto ya tenemos configurado nuestro límite y podemos ver la cantidad de posibilidades que nos permite el módulo

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