Changing table name 'users' to avoid mySQL injection

Is there a way to change the table name users after a mySQL attack, presumably an injection? I've changed all the usernames for now, but am wondering if there is something I can do through Drupal.

Is there an easy way to locate content blocks?

Hey everyone, me again.

So I gotta level with you - Drupal's layout is confounding me no matter what I do. I have a client who needs a lot of content edited on their website, but nothing about the way Drupal is setup or organized makes any sense and I'm having an extremely difficult time locating the content I need to edit. Is there any easy way to identify what content blocks make up a webpage and then find them for editing? Am I going about this all wrong?


Show node reference by profile extended user selection

I am trying to do the next thing in Drupal 6.2 (yes... i know it is old..):
I have a content type(FOOD) that contains a node reference to a a taxonomy(SWEETS), that taxonomy have 10 values(CAKE, CANDY, LOLLYPOP ...).

I have some users, I added profile check boxes. Those check boxes are selected by each user. the check boxes have the same value as the values in the SWEETS taxonomy I described earlier.

Mysql out of date

I am about to conduct an update of Mysql but a drush report shows I ned to conduct a Drupal core update.
Is it ok to do the core update first or after the Mysql upgrade?
Here is the drush report. The modules are not supported I guess because of Mysql issue
Thanks any advice here.

Help with lost permissions

I am new to Drupal.

Some of our roles have lost the ability to publish blog posts and pages. The publish option is no longer there. It was a couple of days ago. I believe this is version 6, and the only thing that has been done has been emptying the cache.

I don't see any publishing options in permissions.

Any help would be appreciated.

JohnR Llewellyn


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