This chapter wraps the Rules exercises included in the four-week Drupal course.
As site owner I would like content to be passed through two separate workflows, being approved both from a text/content and a legal perspective. Only when both aspects are approved, the content should be published. This is important since it helps the company stay out of trouble.
As site editor I would like to be able to schedule content to be promoted to front page. I would also be like to set an end time for front page promotion. Naturally, I would also like to see what is scheduled for front page promotion.
As site editor managing content with *multiple* "see also" links, I would like each target content to link back to the content I'm updating. The back links should be added without changing the existing links.
As site editor deleting an article, I would like to have all tags used by this article only deleted as well. This is important since it reduces the number of orphan tags on the site, that may confuse both human visitors and search robots.
As site member I would like to have a nice URL on my content list, saying "users/MY_NAME/content", rather than "user/MY_USER_ID/content". This is important since it makes it easier to remember the path, and also easier for search engines to understand the page content.
This chapter wraps the exercises added to the Learn the Rules Framework screencast series. It involves Rules, but also other modules mentioned in this screencast series. Have fun!
This screencast shows some more settings in the Rules Link module: