Super Nav

Super Nav

Important! I have released a new module called Navigate based off of the ideas behind Super Nav, with some marked improvements and structural changes which should eliminate some of the compatibility issues several people have been having with Super Nav. Some of the changes include:

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Cache Disable

Small module that disables all caches while enabled.

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Virtual Sites

Virtual Sites offers almost the same (and more) functionality as the Drupal multi-site feature without the need for the complicated setup of that feature. Depending on conditions (e.g. requested url or user role) handled by the Condition(s) module (bundled with Virtual Sites starting with the 7.x version), you can override theme, site information, menus and more to virtually present the visitor with a different website.

It is by no means limited to that, but one common example of where to use Virtual Sites is the mobile version of a site, intended to be viewed on mobile devices like smartphones or tablets. Using nothing else but Virtual Sites, you can set up all possible combinations of required functionality, like checking for:

  • a mobile browser (using the Browser condition);
  • a secondary hostname, eg. m.example.com (using the Hostname condition).

If any of the conditions above is met, you can:

  • switch the theme to a mobile-friendly one (using the VS Themes module);
  • even if the visitor used the regular URL, redirect them to the secondary hostname m.example.com (using the VS Common Settings module).

What it can do

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    Custom review

    Usecase: let's imagine you want to create some specific tools to allow your users reviewing some nodes (for instance a CCK-audio review, a CCK-text review, a complex-type-CCK review, ...). Let's also imagine you want them to review specific (ie, an admin can set that before) CCK-node types, then you've got it, it's basically what custom review is about.

    Some vocabulary :

    • the reviewer: the CCK-node type seen as a tool set by an admin to allow users reviewing specific other CCK-node-types
    • the reviewee: the CCK-node type seen as the type one can review with a specific reviewer
    • the review: an instance of reviewer (like an advanced comment if you want)
    • the (node) reviewed: an instance of reviewee (the node the user has been reviewing)

    It allows only one review by person and by reviewer type on each node. So it's neither
    a tool to make comments nore supercomments, but real nodes associated in a specific way to an original one. These reviews are usually seen from the original reviewed node.

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    Blog reactions

    Blog reactions

    The Blog Reactions module monitors Technorati, Google Blogsearch, Yahoo! Bloglines and Blogato for reactions - trackbacks - on your posts. It displays a date and a short summary and links back to the original reaction on the web.

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    Triggerunlock

    By default, the Drupal 6 trigger module displays appropriate actions for each trigger. Each action has declared which hooks it is appropriate for.

    This module lifts that restriction, making any action available to any trigger. Use with care, as making an action assignment that does not make sense may lead to unintended consequences.

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