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The easiest end-user solution for resizing inline images.
This filter makes it easy to resize images, especially when combined with a WYSIWYG editor such as tinyMCE, CKeditor etc. Users never have to worry about scaling image sizes again, just insert an image and set it's height and width properties in HTML (this is done automatically by WYSIWYG editors) and the image is resized on output to match the HTML.
Automatically resizes both local and (optionally) remote images.
Optionally create a link to full size images from the resized inline versions.
Prevents inline "hot linking" of images from other sites by storing them locally.
Adds height and width attributes to inline images when your users are too lazy to add them.
Notice: If you are using a responsive theme please use the 7.x-1.12 version or later of the module.
This module intends to deal with the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications that comes into effect in the UK on 26th May 2012. From this date on, you run the risk of enforcement action if you are not compliant or visibly working towards compliance. More information can be found here
The above information applies to the UK however the EU law will be enforced in all EU countries and hence the module can be used everywhere in the EU.
By enabling and configuring the module you will demonstrate to the regulator that you, as the owner of the website:
are doing as much as possible to reduce the amount of time before your visitors receive information about cookies (information appears as soon as a visitor enters the site).
are providing your visitors with options. (find out more about cookies, do not browse if you disagree).
ensure that the information on cookies is readily available to your visitor(visible pop-up at the bottom of the screen).
Ubercart is the most popular Drupal E-Commerce platform for your website. It implements everything you need to start selling products online. Web Developers from all skill ranges can use it to support a variety of E-Commerce industries-- including physical goods, digital downloads, or even subscription based billing services. Ubercart can do it all!
The WYSIWYG Filter module provides an input filter that allows site administrators configure which HTML elements, attributes and style properties are allowed. It also may add rel="nofollow" to posted links based on filter options. It can do so with no additional parsing on user input. That is, it may apply nofollow rules while parsing HTML elements and attributes.
Instead of showing a standard "404 Page not found", this module performs a search on the keywords in the URL, e.g. if a user goes to http://example.com/does/not/exist, this module will do a search for "does not exist" and shows the result of the search instead of the 404 page. This should help retain visitors coming in from old URLs linked from other sites or from search indices.
It also includes search engine keywords detections as well as regular expression based term filtering from the URL.
This module defines the "hierarchical_select" form element, which is a greatly enhanced way for letting the user select items in a hierarchy.
Hierarchical Select has the ability to save the entire lineage of a selection or only the "deepest" selection. You can configure it to force the user to make a selection as deep as possible in the tree, or allow the user to select an item anywhere in the tree. Levels can be labeled, you can configure limit the number of items that can be selected, configure a title for the dropbox, choose a site-wide animation delay, and so on. You can even create new items and levels through Hierarchical Select!
For a good overview of what Hierarchical Select can do, look at this demo!
Fences is a an easy-to-use tool to specify an HTML element for each field. This element choice will propagate everywhere the field is used, such as teasers, RSS feeds and Views. You don't have to keep re-configuring the same HTML element over and over again every time you display the field.
Best of all, Fences provides leaner markup than Drupal 7 core! And can get rid of the extraneous classes too!
This kind of tool is needed in order to create semantic HTML5 output from Drupal. Without such a tool, you have to create custom field templates in your theme for every field. :(
Token Filter is a very simple module to make token values available as an input filter.
The module now supports native tokens (e.g. [site:name]) and all global tokens by default. It even allows some contextual tokens like node or user to be replaced, but currently does not encourage users to use them in the filter help text.
The Frequently Asked Questions (faq) module allows users, with appropriate permissions, to create question and answer pairs which they want displayed on the 'faq' page. The 'faq' page is automatically generated from the FAQ nodes configured. Basic Views layouts are also provided and can be customised via the Views UI (rather than via the module settings page).