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This module provides a simple way to show a short-term urgent message on the website. Think of CNN Breaking News, when they show a short message the top of the site (or the 'Welcome!' style messages at StackExchange websites). This module works for both anonymous and authenticated users by using a cookie, and recording actions in the database. This solves the need to show messages independent of the users authenticated status.
With User Alerts, you can:
- Alert users about breaking news, or a special same-day sale for ecommerce
- Schedule publishing of alerts via Scheduler
- Override display with TPL and CSS
How to use this module:
- Enable User Alerts
- Set the appropriate permissions for selected roles
- Set the User Alert block in the appropriate region of your theme.
- Create a user alert node.
You can also set some global settings for alerts at admin/settings/user-alert.
Unpublished alert nodes are removed from the system automatically. This is to prevent an old alert being seen by a user (if the cookie was cleared or expired, for example) if a node was republished accidentally.
You can also enable Drupal core caching / block caching and still use this module. It's content is generated by AJAX to be usable even when displayed on a cached page.
User Alert also supports multilingual websites via Locale, Content Translation and Entity Translation (field level translation).
- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: Content, Content Display, Event, Utility
- Reported installs: 774 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 19,146
- Last modified: August 12, 2016
- Stable releases are covered by the security advisory policy.
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