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Allows textfield to be rendered like a node reference, with some autocompletion magic on edits.
A university department wants to list the authors on their publications' page. Any given publication may have several authors, both from the department and outsiders, with their order being important (ie. it is quite likely to have an 'employee-outsider-employee-outsider' like order.) If an author is an employee of the department, his/her name should be displayed as a link to his/her own profile page, while outsiders' name should be displayed as clear text. There are several use cases with high probability here:
It is quite likely to have an author order like 'employee-outsider-employee-outsider'.
It is quite likely that a now-outsider author becomes an employee later on, in which case his/her name should automatically converted to a link to his/her profile without any changes to the publication.
It is quite likely that the site editor wants to enter existing authors' names without typos, regardless of that they are employees or not.
So what does this module do then, anyway?
Let's switch to Drupal tongue. :) Want to have a nodereference-like link to a node that does not exist yet? Want to have autocompletion both on existing field values and on existing node titles of other content types? Install and enable this text_noderef.module, and all your problems fly away!
This module turns the nodereference widget into a modal popup allowing new linked nodes to be created on the fly. Because it uses an iframe, it should support even Javscript and file uploads within the sub-node.
This module builds user profiles as nodes, which opens the opportunity to use the Content Construction Kit (CCK). So it's possible to make use of the field types, which are available for CCK. The integration of the views module allows one to easily build customizable user listings or even user searches.
A simple module that tracks downloads of files added through CCK/Fields by asking anonymous users to enter their email address. Returning anonymous users are tracked using a cookie. A tracking interface shows email address and user account information for tracked files downloaded on the site.
Why only have users enter their email address? Email addresses are a unique and easy way to identify users, and the barrier for entry is lower than actually registering for the site.
Link Intelligence (LI) provides multiple methods to facilitate automated and manual linking of related web page content. It is designed with easy plug-and-play defaults for simple install and forget auto-linking, yet is highly configurable to enable advanced linking strategies.
It supports both standard styles of related content linking; transforming keywords in node content into links (content linking) and/or adding links to sidebar lists (displayed via CCK and/or Views). It can generate either style of link automatically or provide suggestions for content authors to quickly find and embed links to relevant content themselves.
Wiki / glossary - LI can auto link in-content keywords to definitions, wiki pages or other keyword related content.
Related content – LI builds sidebar style links to related content. You can either auto populate the list of links or use the suggestions search and add link feature to quickly and easily build your own list.
Search engine optimization (SEO) - LI can interlink content with a blend of in content and sidebar links to re-enforce important keywords on your website.
This CCK field allows a filtering of the selectable terms for a matching vocabulary displayed in the taxonomy select combo box in a node create/edit form. This allows a single vocabulary to be used across a number of node types. It is used to restrict the terms associated with a node type. Subsets can be overlapping. A single selection will force that term to be associated with the node type and the selection will not be displayed. Typically the term will be the node type's name.
This is not an official module, and we have no affiliation with Vimeo.com.
Don't confuse your end users by asking them to paste embed codes or URLs into your website. Instead let them browse the videos visually and insert which ones they want by clicking on them. Now that's easy!
This module allows for certain user roles to be exempt from required fields. This is mainly useful to those on the back-end of a website do not necessarily need to fill all of the fields to submit a node.
When you are setting up the field you have the option to set certain role to be exempt from the required. When that user role comes to add or edit that node, the field will not be required for them.
Select an imagefield/filefield from a content type to serve as user picture (avatar). On selected content type node update, such as when a user saves his content profile, user picture is being pointed to the first file in the filefield.
The module integrates into user picture settings form and hides irrelevant settings. All user picture properties such as file size and dimensions requirements, default image are managed by imagefield/filefield.
Inspired by #470004: User avatar via CCK imagefield.
With Content Profile module and an imagefield/filefield attached to the content profile type first image in the field becomes the user avatar. If the field has multiple values you just need to instruct users to reorder images.
This module provides a field type for Password Confirm.
* Fields similar to the password field used in user registration form.
* Save Password settings for
Drupal based encryption for password value
Plain text password value.
* Show Password on node form
1. Place the entire password_confirm directory into your Drupal sites/all/modules/ directory.
2. Enable the Password Confirm module by navigating to:
administer > modules
To enable encryption of password, see settings.
Once you choose to encrypt password you should not use show password, else it will show the hash value of password.
Their is another module called Password Field, But this module is different from that one in several ways:
By adding one field, set of field for password and confirm password gets added to the form
In line validation of password strength and password match is done.
Password can be save in either encrypted form or as plain text, depending upon requirement.
I'm looking for a co-maintainer for this module – in particular in order to port it to Drupal 7.
The Array Tokens module allows you to use all values in multiple-value CCK fields and multiple-value taxonomy terms in a single token. It also allows you to define your own settings for how items should be merged ("merge styles").
The output of each item is either plain text (for taxonomy terms) or the default CCK rendered output (for CCK fields). However, a few special formats are provided for file fields, node references and user references.
This is the HTML5 Canvas field module, which allows you to capture manual "drawing" input directly in the browser. It's main component is a FieldAPI Widget for the image field, meaning you can display captured images the same way you would any image field. Some suggested uses are marked-up screenshots and signature capture.
New to 5.x, country_select module. This module makes use of the country/province data created for the addresses module to create country/province dropdowns for all countries in the world. Requires the activeselect module to work.
This module is a good solution for Drupal 5 users. Those wishing to have an address module in Drupal 6 might consider the location or addresses module. At this stage there is no Drupal 6 version of this module.
The 2.4 version has an option to save content in location module format. This provides location module upgrading provided you edit the nodes you want to upgrade.
Panels is a very flexible module, you can add almost anything to regions of your layout. Almost but not everything, until now, it was very difficult to add files, links, and images to panes. This module started as a way to add CCK fields to panes, but it was hard, so instead, I decided to use the FAPI and imitate some of the most popular fields. Currently, you can add Files, Images, Links, Text and soon Embedded Videos to panes.
It mimics CCK Fields but they are not CCK fields, Views won't be aware of them, and you can't extend or configure the fields you want to add.
Allows administrators to clone CCK fields.
After enabling this module you'll be able to clone a field by accessing it's settings page (at admin/content/node-type/[node-type]/fields/[field-name]) and clicking on the "Clone field" link at the bottom of the page.
This module allows Views to set build modes for row objects depending on an active context. When should you use this module?
If you need to create a view which depending on the users' properties (permissions, roles,...) does or doesn't show certain 'limited access' fields of a row object. This allows you to do away with the restrictive, clunky CCK field permission system.
If you need to show a view on diverse sections of your site and you don't want to create a gazillion display variants. This promotes reuse of views displays.
1. Install/Enable the module
2. Go to admin > build > context and create a new context
3. Add conditions to your new context
4. Add the VCD Reaction plugin as a single reaction to your context.
5. Go to admin > build > views
6. Create a new view or edit an existing view
7. Choose 'VCD Object' as the active Row Style plugin and edit its' options
8. Expand the Contextual build modes tab
9. You'll see all the contexts which have the VCD Reaction plugin set
If you have a product that has multiple attributes, but dont wish to create a separate field for each of these, you can use Attributes. In the field, it has an Attribute (Size, Colour, Distance, anything) and a Value (8, Red, 21km, etc).
As it uses CCK Text Fields, its Views Integrated and has two filters: Attributes & Values.
This module has been rewritten from scratch and is now distributed with the Drupal6 version of CCK as content_permissions module. Please upgrade.
This module allows admins to restrict access to specific CCK node type fields to by user roles. This is useful if you have a content type that you want to allow some classes of users greater use of- for example, a CCK node may have a field for a link to an external website. Using this module you can allow only registered users to have access to that field to create, update, and now view.
The CCK Word/Character Count module allows an administrator to define a word or character count for a CCK field. When the content creator is adding content in that field, it will display a current count of the number or words/characters and how many are left. Once it reaches the limit, the color changes and the user is no longer able to submit the form until the number or words/characters are reduced to the limit.