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Redirijir páginas con acceso denegado a la página de acceso (User Login)

Redirijir usuarios sin permisos a user login

Vamos a configurar nuestro sistema basado en Drupal 7 para que redirija los usuarios a la página de user login cuando traten de acceder a páginas para las que no tienen permiso de acceso.

Utilizaremos para este fin, el módulo r4032login, que nos vamos a descargar e instalar en nuestro sistema.

Una vez activado el módulo, accedemos a Menú Admin/Configuración/Información del sitio y vemos que nos ha activado varias opciones más.

-La Ruta predefinida para los usuarios con acceso denegado
-Personalización del mensaje
-Redirección para usuarios autentificados
-La ruta del Login

E incluso nos permite esquivar esta redirección para páginas determinadas.

Por tanto, pues, con este pequeño módulo tenemos un montón de opciones para personalizar el comportamiento de nuestro sistema web. Así que, si tenemos que ponerle nota: 10 sobre 10.

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