Taxonomy Icon Classes

Formatting settings

This module provides a formatter for Taxonomy term reference fields, that allows you to display an icon corresponding to each of the terms. You create taxonomy terms that correspond to your icon classes, minus the prefixes, and the module will spit them out as HTML <i> tags with the correct classes applied.

Xowl service client

Content enrichment using Xowl service

This client allows you to enrich your content managed into Drupal with a semantic layer. You can test this service on-line here: Xowl Demo

biological_taxonomy

Introduction

This module provides functionality to build a hierarchical biological taxonomy sourced from the ITIS database (http://www.itis.gov/downloads/). Dependencies:

  • PHP PDO Sqlite Module
  • Batch API
  • Libraries
  • Entity

Depending on the options selected, the created taxonomy could be enormous. Be aware that extremely large taxonomies can have adverse effects on Drupal.

Workbench Access IMCE

Workbench Access IMCE provides a function, workbench_access_imce_path, that can
be used with the directory specifications in IMCE profiles along with the
Workbench Access section assignment to give people access to the same imce
folders as Workbench Sections. It is useful when users need to have access to
the same folders as the Workbench Sections. This way you don't need to create a
role for each user in imce.

Vocabulary status

This module provide statuses for taxonomy vocabularies. It determines possibility of create, remove and change terms in this taxonomies.

ABC Terms

This module allows you to select taxonomy vocabularies whose terms you want to remain alphabetical. This can be achieved manually by viewing the term list for a vocabulary and clicking the "Reset to alphabetical" button. However, once a new term is added to the vocabulary, it is added to the end of the list and the button will have to be clicked again to reset them to alphabetical order again. The goal of this module is to automate that process every time a new term is created.

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