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The Ubercart Addresses module adds an address book to the user's profile. When users register, you can require that they provide an address. Users can then add more addresses and edit or delete existing addresses. One address is always designated as the default address and cannot be deleted (but it can be edited). Users can optionally name each address (e.g. "work", "mary", "joe").
The Ubercart checkout process is altered so that users select delivery and billing addresses from their address book rather than from previous orders. You can ask the module to automatically fill in the billing and/or the delivery address with the user's default address. Any new addresses entered during the checkout process are automatically added to the user's address book.
Payment is a generic payment platform which allows other modules to use any of the payment methods that plug into Payment. With Payment we only need one one Paypal, one credit card and one iDEAL module to use with every single webshop or payment form that you want (applies to any payment method that works with Payment). This shortens development time and improves support, because only one instead of three Paypal modules need to be maintained, and simplifies UX, because all payment (method) information is now located in one place.
This project aims to be a library of Rules events, conditions and actions for Drupal Commerce. Actively maintained and tested on a large eCommerce site. We are always seeking collaboration with other Rules based DC modules.
This modules allows an administrator to define additional (billing and shipping) address fields (i.e. VAT) as well as custom order fields in Ubercart e-commerce suite. These fields will be available during checkout process and in order handling pages.
This module has been developed and tested with Ubercart (6.x-2.6 and 7.x-3.2).
How it works
With this module an administrator has a flexible way to define one or more address fields at
and custom order fields (6.x-2.x only) at
These fields will appear to customers during the checkout process and will be saved at the end of this process on a separate database table for later use. The additional address fields will appear in the delivery and billing panes provided by Ubercart. Custom order fields will appear in it's own checkout pane.
No further development here.
Recomandation : Use Commerce Custom Offline Payments module instead. Commerce Custom Offline Payments package has a submodule - Cash on Delivery payment - that could be used as is this or as an example for the replacement. Commerce Cash on Delivery should be disbled, before enabling its replacement.
This project is an implementation of the Amazon Product Advertising API.
It's modular in design, with a central "Pure API" component that interacts with Amazon, and optional modules to handle expanded data for additional product types, features like wish-lists and customer reviews, etc.
The Amazon API Module and Amazon Store will now be actively maintained, updated and enhanced.
The user buys a product and gets access to all files attached to that product's commerce_file field.
Adding new files to the commerce_file field (a new software version, for instance) makes them immediately available to all users who have an active license.
Ubercart has included the Recurring Fees module as a core module for some time now, allowing users to associate recurring fees with products that customers must pay for via credit card. Unfortunately, the module was never really there in terms of practical uses and extensibility. Due to its limitations and to its relatively minor importance to the Ubercart project as a whole, the development team decided to move it into contrib space where it could mature without limiting or being limited by the core Ubercart development cycle.
UC Recurring Fees 6.x-1.0 is a straight migration of the code from Ubercart as it stood at its latest point in the 2.x development cycle. It was removed between RC1 and RC2, as we forgot to nail down the issue prior to tagging the 6.x-2.0-rc1 release. Several community members have been developing code and ideas to greatly improve and maintain this module, and they will work on it through this contrib in the 6.x-2.x version and beyond.
(Original code was the Google Summer of Code 2010 Project by Leighton Whiting)
This module facilitates the creation of groups of related products in bulk. Product administrators can select a number of options for various fields, and a product will be created for all possible combinations of these values. Out of the box, only list fields are supported for this, but an API exists to enable other types of fields for 'combination creation'.
The module also provides various ways to create display nodes for the newly-created products:
Redirect user to node creation form (with title and product reference filled in).
Silently create display node referencing all created products.
Silently create one display node for each created product.
This will greatly speed up the task of adding numerous products at once.
Installation / Getting Started
Besides installing and enabling as usual, before this module is of any use, you have to at least have one product type that has a 'combination creating' field (out of the box, this can only be list fields; but after enabling the included Taxonomy reference integration module, you can also use taxonomy reference fields). Once you have at least one of those, you can use the local task "Bulk add products" on the products page to create bulk products.
The easiest, most effective way to grow your website traffic, effectively engage your audience, monetize, and gain insights for free.
Shareaholic is an all-in-one content amplification and monetization platform, that includes related content recommendations, promoted content, social sharing, following, site monetization apps such as affiliate linking, and social analytics. This module makes it a snap for any website — big or small — to engage and grow their traffic, market their content, gain insights, and monetize their traffic, all from one powerful but easy-to-use dashboard.
This module is actively developed (GitHub), maintained and supported with much love by Shareaholic.
Integrate with Commerce in order to allow you to charge users to create nodes. It is possible to have multiple different product offerings for each node type, so the user can pick the product they want to purchase when creating the node. An example use-case would be a classifieds site that charges people to post listings.
Ubercart Marketplace adds multiple seller support to the Ubercart module. It includes a series of modules that limit the access to Ubercart functions for sellers. Additional functionality is added to support this from both a marketplace seller's point of view and the store administrator's view. Sellers (with the proper access permissions) gain the ability to view their products, track and fulfill their orders, and monitor their sales reports. Store administrators can view seller reports based on seller order statuses and seller sales. Support is included for Paypal Mass Payments, with which an administrator can automatically pay his/her sellers for custom periods.
The initial port to D7 is mostly complete, but requires further testing before release. Note in particular that mp_file is not yet ported. Please try out the other components from the 7.x-1.x-dev branch and report any issues.
The UC Variable Price product feature allows you to turn any product in your Ubercart store into a variable priced product. Instead of using a fixed price entered by an administrator, customers can specify their own price for a product on the add to cart form. This makes it a useful module for donation sites! The module will automatically take care of the product add to cart shopping cart forms to accommodate the variable price field. It affords you some measure of control over the titles of various fields and also lets you specify a minimum and maximum price for any given product. Extra integration with Ubercart's product classes interface allows you to set default Variable Price product features on every product created of any given product class.
With this module you will be able to create interactive videos, question sets, drag and drop questions, multichoice questions, boardgames, presentations, flashcards and more using Drupal.
All the content is HTML5, meaning it will work great on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. With H5P, you create and edit HTML5 content directly in your web browser just like you edit any other Drupal content.
Ubercart Restrict Qty lets you add a very basic Restrict Qty. to a product in your Ubercart store to limit the quantity of that product in the shopping cart to 1. This is useful for single purchase products or for instances where it just doesn't make sense for a customer to purchase more than one and you want to prevent it from happening.
This module uses a visitor's IP address to identify the geographical location (country) of the user. The module makes this determination and stores the result as an ISO 3166 2-character country code in the Drupal $user object, but otherwise has no effect on the operation of your site. The intent is simply to provide the information for use by other modules. A function is also provided for you to perform your own lookup, to use in your own manner. Features include automatic updates of the IP-country database and admin spoofing of an arbitrary IP or Country for testing purposes.