Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Splash - Module

Display any internal path, external URL or text as a splash page before going to the actual frontpage.
Warning: 6.x-2.7 solves a caching issue but is now incompatible with Purl - I'm looking into a workaround for this.

Features since 6.x-2.x

  • Set the splash page to be displayed every week, day, once or always.
  • Use the condition module to further restrict when the splash page should be displayed (e.g. certain roles, PHP code).
  • Choose to display the splash page in a new window, by using ThickBox or by redirecting to the page.
  • Set the size of the window or ThickBox.
  • Let the module choose from a list of splash pages, either in random or sequence mode.
  • Enter a filtered text to be displayed as splash page, either in the site template or full screen.
  • Force display or skip splash page by calling the frontpage with ?splash=on/off. This is necessary to running cron on sites with the splash set to display on all pages:
    0 * * * * wget -O - -q -t 1 http://example.com/cron.php?splash=off
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