This project creates a new Testimonial node in Drupal.
The site admin can add Testimonial for the sites or product in this type.
Once added they can seen as a block which can be put on the site as required
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I cleaned up the code according to the errors shown.
testimonial_form is a hook for type testimonial.
Hence cannot prepend it with the module name.
Please review my Module and let me know your views on it.
I am not sure if this module is necessary and useful to the community. It just lists the titles of testimonial nodes and does not even provide a link to the testimonials node/listing page. This functionality could be replicated using Views quite easily.
However, more people will need to comment on this here so I will proceed with the review.
git add .git commit --ammend -C HEAD
The last changes will just be added to the last commit and saved together with it.
The module SHOULD NOT delete content type and all nodes in hook_uninstall() explicitly!
Drupal will disable and remove the content type automatically once you uninstall the module because you already declared it in the hook_node_info() implementation.
Deleting the nodes will cause data loss directly - usual practice is to leave them in the database so the site owner can decide what to do with them (either delete manually or convert them to a different content type).
For reference, see .install files of core modules that provide custom content types, e.g. Blog, Forum and Poll.
Let me know if you have any questions regarding the feedback.
Changing the status to "Needs work" based on the feedback above.
Thanks for the deailed review.I have made changes based on the Review comments.
I will also take care about the commit style guidelines given for all commits from now on.
I have created a separtate branch as suggested called as 7.x-1.x and done all my push there.
Following are list of changes based on the review comment
1.)Added Install and congfiguration details in Readme.txt
2.)Removed all commented lines from .info file
3.)Separated ending curly brace of each function from next comment with a new line
4.)Added more text in the hook_help() implementation
5.)Removed all commented code
6.)Added a link to the testimonial node when displayed in blocks.
7.)Some other clean up based on Review comments.
8.)Not deleting the content at the uninstall hook.
Even though the functionality can be replicated by view this module will be useful as with absolute no knowledge or configuration required the testimonials can directly displayed by the user on his Drupal site.
This module makes displaying Testimonials on the site very easy.
Please let me know your views on this.
Please let me know your views on the above.
There is a call to "print_r" function in .install file.
In .install file, Functions "function _testimonialblocks_installed_fields()" and "function _testimonialblocks_installed_instances()" always return and empty array. I am sorry but I am not able to see its purpose.
In testimonialblocks_block_view it would be a good idea to create the links with "l()" function.
I agree with topsitemakers tha the functionallity of this module may be not enough to create an own module.
Hope this helps.
Closing due to lack of activity. Feel free to reopen if you are still working on this application (see also the project application workflow).
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