Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
The Ubercart Add Donation module is used to dynamically add a donation to ANY order currently in progress. This project differs from other Ubercart donation modules in that it does not require you to add a donation to the cart in order to donate to the site. In other words... you do not need to create a "donation product" in order to handle donations... This module simply allows you to add a donation to any order currently in progress using a Radio button interface as well as a custom donation amount using the Other text field.
This module will add Ubercart product attributes as 'attribute' tokens for use elsewhere. As of initial upload the only code to use these tokens is the contributed Custom Price Calculation module. The combo of these two modules allows an admin to enter custom code to set item properties such as price based on attributes.
The UC Ordered Products Reports module adds reports to user profiles and the administrator reports area showing all the ordered products by the specific user or by all users on the site. The fields on each report are configurable in the store report settings, along with the name of the tab used for the report on profile pages and the types of product nodes included on the report. The actual display of the report is sortable and filterable by year. Additionally, users may show the entire report on a single page to see a grand total of all purchased products, and administrators will have the option of exporting data from a report in a CSV file.
This module allows site owners to issue affiliate links to their partners. When an affiliate is logged in and viewing a node, they will see the option to "display the affiliate link" towards the bottom. When anonymous users follow these links, provided they have been granted the proper permissions, the clicks are counted by affiliate, day, and referrer. When referred users sign up for an account, and if your site uses the referral module, the referred account is associated with that affiliate.
Commerce Event Ticket automatically creates 'ticket' entities when customers purchase products in a Drupal Commerce store. There are submodules for creating ticket PDFs, and for validating tickets via web services.
Allows the management of one or more "splash offers", which are modal popups with an accept or reject form. If a user accepts the offer then a new page will open with a provided accept url. If they reject the offer, the modal will close. (If they select Do not Show Again, then a cookie is set so as to avoid futher display.) You may define the who, when and where of the splash offers with precision controls. Factors such as: user role, site url, device, and whether the offer has been previously viewed (cookies), cookie duration, etc. are configurable for each splash offer created.
The module was born as a way to advertise a website companion app and offer a button to download, but it's generalized nature has the potential for many other applications.
This project creates a new entity type and thus depends on the Entity API:
Based on the EVA module, this module provides site builders with a way of 'attaching' blocks within the content of any fieldable entity in Drupal (e.g. nodes, users, listing pages of taxonomy terms, etc). The same block is shown on any entity of that type/bundle (unlike Block reference).
Here's an example of the kind of thing that EBA allows site builders to do easily:
CRM Core Donation is a tool for managing fundraising in a Drupal website. It extends CRM Core by adding the ability to process online donations and track donation activity in useful ways. It includes reports on donation activity and donors.
Commerce Checkout.fi integrates Checkout.fi Payment Service Provider with Drupal Commerce.
Checkout.fi is a Finnish payment service provider, and they support all major Finnish banks and credit cards as payment methods.
The main idea was taken from the Commerce Billy module, but this module is only for the generation of order numbers.
Also this module can generate order numbers for all commerce order bundles, BUT for this you need to add:
Ubercart Views Upsell provides two new blocks to help you automatically upsell (or cross-sell) products in Ubercart stores:
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The upsell_product_pairs shows products that were purchased by others at the same time as the product being viewed. To use this, enable the view and add the block to a suitable region in your theme. The block will only show results on product node pages.
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The upsell_cart_pairs shows products that are not currently in the cart, but that were purchased by others at the same time as the items that are in the cart. To use this, enable the view, then add the upsell_cart_pairs block to a suitable region in your theme and restrict it to display on the "cart" page (or any other pages!)
The output is fully configurable through Views; the default is a grid display of 4 products, but this can easily be changed to any other layout or include other fields.
CRM Core Demo Standard Fields is a simple feature that adds a set of fields to contact records in CRM Core. It is used primarily for testing new features in CRM Core against a set of common fields, in order to evaluate how the feature works. It also provides some logical default fields that can be used for evaluating and demoing CRM Core.
It is not necessary to use the standard fields as part of your CRM Core installation, but feel free to do so.
The Ubercart Price List module allows the site administrator to enter CSV price-lists where the price of a certain products change depending on the quantity of that item purchased. Further more, this allows the site administrator to create multiple instances of price-lists and assign those to certain roles in the system. A good example is if you sell a number of products whose price changes based on quantity, but you would like to have different lists for different roles on the site. For example, you could assign a different price list to a distributor vs. just an average registered user, thereby allowing certain users to get better prices than other users based on the quantity that they sell.
This module extends Commerce Stock to allow "reserving" a product's stock when a customer adds it to their shopping cart. This removes the risk of overselling when multiple customers are attempting to buy the same product at the same time.