All the modules that implement an access control system.

Webform Per Email

Attaching to a webform

Introduction:

This module implements a permit based access system to allow anonymous users submit a Webform only if they display a valid one-time access permit.

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iMoneza

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iMoneza is a digital micro-transaction paywall service. This WordPress plugin allows you to quickly and easily integrate iMoneza with your site. It will add iMoneza's paywall to your site and allow you to manage your iMoneza resources from within WordPress.

iMoneza provides:

Premium Access

This module will help restrict the content.
Some time , Site admins want to provide free access to one content and then want to lock rest of contents for non login users or want to provide access to those users who have particular role.
This module will help those admins.
It works on content type based and send non-login users to a page where admin wants.

Module Features:

Le Gate

Le Gate is a simple module that restricts user access to pages on a site, and then provides two mechanisms
by which users can then gain access. It was first developed as an "age gate" module to allow access to a site
only when an appropriate age is selected (>15yo for COPPA). But then we decided to make it more generic.

When a user tries to access a restricted page they are redirected to a configurable and themable page
(the "le-gate" page) that presents one of two ways to gain access. When access is gained a javascript cookie is set.

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Access Query

- Provide user interface for hook_node_access().

- This module MAY conflict with content_access module.

- This module MAY conflict with node_limit module.

Example query:

role 1 can create article content
role lecturer can create article content
user field_gender 1 can create article content
user field_gender male can create article content
role lecturer and user field_gender male can create article content

Token Content Access

Token Content Access allows you to restrict access to individual nodes using URL tokens. In order to view protected nodes, users must provide a unique token via the URL. This allows nodes to be published and viewable to anonymous users (for instance with a special link from an email campaign) but not visible to the public at large. It also automatically hides any TCA-protected content from Views results.

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