Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
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Entity Enqueue provides utility functions to enqueue entities to be processed later using Drupal's Queue API. It will not process any entity enqueued, you have to write the corresponding queue worker callback.
Provides matching Drush commands for each possible function.
It is only a developer tool and it has no visible UI.
This implements the Slack Entity module and uses Webhook module to allow for push based integration with Slack. Whenever a new item is created in slack via the integrations page, you can have it pushed to your Drupal site implementing this module.
This project is intended to allow the administrator of the site to set multiple, different messages for error pages on admin/config/system/site-information
When someone sees the 404 or 403 pages, instead of standard error messages, the module will show the configured messages. This is useful when you do not want to disclose what error had occurred: 403 or 404
The module allows you to use template by setting up their paths in a provided field. You can write separate CSS rules for those templates and those will be displayed on error pages.
This module is useful to generate an excel file by clicking a link that points to an url created by the module.
Excel Generator Url provides an URL that forces the download of the excel file.
The content of the excel file should be recorded on the $_SESSION array before the link is clicked but alternatively you can call the function directly passing the same structured array of data as parameter.
A feature toggle, (also feature switch, feature flag, feature flipper, conditional feature, etc.) is a technique in software development that attempts to provide an alternative to maintaining multiple source-code branches (known as feature branches).
The Media Cloudcast Chapters module provides a chapter field type for Cloudcast video files and provides an automated import process. Minimal CSS has been included to get you started with display. An example view has been provided for advanced display options.
It is highly recommended you watch the introductory video https://vimeo.com/125965156 to learn how to set up and configure this module.
Drupal is quite talkative in terms of showing off it's content. Often it makes content accessible which we actually don't want to show. That happens for instance very easily, if you're using nodes as content containers only - never really wanting to show the actual node pages of these containers.
This module changes Drupal form validation error messages to a better readable format with a stylable field name.
Drupal core or contributed modules such as Webform may print error messages on server-side form validation for certain fields. For example, if a form containing a required field called REQUIRED FIELD is submitted without a value for that field, server-side validation will lead to the following HTML error message:
REQUIRED FIELD field is required.
The field name may not be easily distinguished from the rest of the message. This module changes the HTML code of the message to:
The field <span class="message-field" lang="en">REQUIRED FIELD</span> is required.
Since the field name is spanned within a class ("message-field"), it can be styled to be easily distinguished from the rest of the message. The module comes with a style sheet that styles the field name in italic font. Of course, you can change the style to what you like in your own style sheet.
Expire module doesn't have direct support for flag.If the flag is activated for the anonymous user & varnish or any reverse proxy is working behind the back-end, then purging an URL will be necessary to get proper real-time scenario in a cached pages.
This module is integrated with expire module to purge the custom URLs(which may returns the count value) when any node/comment/taxonomy is flagged