One of the most basic features of administering user Web Site permissions through Drupal is by the creation of roles.
Roles enables you to assign specific permissions to a group and to fine-tune the security, use and administration of Drupal and modules.
Assigning permissions and users to roles
The Ban module or User module allows administrators to ban visits to their site from individual IP addresses.
User pictures (or avatars) or pictures are part of the user.module, not the profile module.
The core Profile module enable in admin/build/modules allows users to share information about themselves through the use of forms that you
In the default setup the Drupal login block is always displayed unless a user is logged in. This may not always be desirable. For example,
This page describes how to create a 'country' field in your users' profiles, similar to the one on Drupal.org, that lets you easily find
By default, anonymous and authenticated users will not be able to see unpublished content in Drupal. The way to grant them access is
In Drupal 7, you can add fields to users the same way you would a node. These fields are more flexible than the previous core profile module