In a recent project, a client asked to be able to let some of the site's users to be able to manage the different menu throughout the site. I recommended Menu Permissions module. This module allows administrator to grant permissions on roles to be able to modify on a per-menu basis. This is a great module to use if you ever need to allow certain users to manage your primary menu, as an example.
Also looking into customizing and extending this module to not only have permissions on roles but to also have it on per user basis. Please look forward to my next blog in which I will be sharing this module. Happy Coding!
Ken joined Appnovation as a Developer in 2008 with 5 years of experience working in the IT/Web Development industry. Specializing in Drupal-Alfresco integration like Canopy, Ken enjoys the variety of projects and culture at Appnovation.
Ken graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Computer System Technology with a specialization in wireless application and mobile development.
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