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Remove login box from a drupal site

 

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On a fresh Drupal installation, the front page of the site will include a login form. This is great for some sites, but there are times when you might not want a login box to appear. For example if you are using Drupal as an online store or brochure website. You might not want a login section to appear on any of your pages. You can remove the login form from the current and future nodes on the whole site.

Logged in as Administrator, go to Administer -> Site Building -> Blocks
Find the User log in block and select to disable it. You can also drag it down to the Disabled section.
Click Save blocks. The login form is now removed from all current and future nodes.

Of course, you as the administrator still need a way to login. You can always get to the login page by going to www.yourdomain.com/user. It's a good idea to bookmark this page so you can return to it whenever you need to update your site.

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