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This module provides additional itegration between iDEAL and Drupal Commerce by using the order number as the iDEAL purchase ID (which appears in the transaction overview of your bank), rather than the payment ID.
This module helps organize a group of nodes into a publication, such as a newspaper, magazine or newsletter. Each publication can have multiple editions. Within each edition, the E-Publish module also makes it possible to organize content by topic, similar to the way news websites such as the New York Times categorize their content using topics such as "international," "national," "sports," etc.
Commerce Yotpo is Drupal Commerce module that integrates the Yotpo free plug-and-play product reviews solution for eCommerce sites into your Drupal Commerce shop.
Yotpo helps store owners generate tons of product reviews and makes it easy for them to leverage these reviews to increase traffic and sales. Yotpo is serving over 20,000 store owners across 15 different eCommerce platforms in 35 different languages.
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Yotpo is a free plug-and-play product reviews solution for eCommerce sites. Yotpo helps store owners generate tons of product reviews and makes it easy for them to leverage these reviews to increase traffic and sales.
Yotpo is serving over 20,000 store owners across 15 different eCommerce platforms in 35 different languages.
This module provides support for international banking standards and identifiers such as BIC (ISO 9362) and IBAN (ISO 13616).
Current features include CCK field types for BIC and IBAN identifiers, as well as an API to parse and validate those identifiers (with specific IBAN support for 52 countries, up to date as of Release 13 of the ISO 13616 IBAN Registry).
Personal recommendation based on your previous purchase.
You can modify the default Views to meet your purpose.
The personalized recommendation view requires to read the user's purchasing history. If a user hasn't made any orders, it displays nothing. In that case, you might consider using the Browsing History Recommender to make recommendations based on users products viewing history.
This module changes the default functionality of Commerce to use a static url in checkout instead of dynamic one that changes in every order.
It is supposed to be a helper module for banking institutes that don't accept dynamic urls.
It simplifies development of redirection-payment modules, by allowing developer to deal only with each bank and not with the static url needed.
All Greek banksm and probably many other banks, that offer a redirection payment method require static urls to work. This is where commerce_static_checkout_url comes in, it creates the static url so the bank can accept and validate requests from your site.
Greek Banks Modules
Modules for the greek banks Alphabank, Eurobank and Winbank - Peiraius are already available while a module for NBG is under development but there is no scheduled release date.
Multilingual support, for the dev revision
In order for a site to be multilingual, you have to set all prefix paths for all availiable languages, do not use domain for language identification, and finally enable the Session detection method.
This module adds support for the UK gift aid process to Drupal commerce.
A product can be defined as being eligible for giftaid. If an order contains any gift aid products then the declaration message is shown on checkout for the whole order. Each line item that is eligable for gift aid then gets its gift aid field ticked.
There is a simple view included which adds a link under the store -> orders menu that lists all line items which have the giftaid flag set. That is, every line item referencing an eligible product which the user clicked yes to.
This is a companion module to the Drupal Commerce 7.x-1.10 release. Not every site can process the username update immediately, and the update process baked into the release is necessarily limited in what it can do to help manage the change of usernames.
SugaronDrupal provides the connection link between the SugarCRM and Drupal applications. With this set of modules Drupal could be set as a Self Service portal for a company customers, or serve as a lead capture engine of the website users. Within the scope of this project you will find two kind of modules providing a very good level of integration: for the Drupal site, to be able to understand and feed the SugarCRM information and for the SugarCRM site, to be able to query the Drupal site about information.
These modules will be an extension and mature version of the sugarondrupal concept code published at sugarforge. Promising features will be:
Convert any Drupal site in a Self Service portal. Customers will be able to communicate and share information with the company using a fashioned and sexy web.
Use your current Drupal site to capture leads, through registration, subscription or many other user actions.
Convert any Drupal content in a campaign or oportunity and track its status in SugarCRM
YOU can choose to approve or deny any Text Link Ads sold prior to the links being published on your website. This ensures that only quality and relevant links appear on your website.
You make money. Sales, invoicing, and customer service are all handled by TLA. You can receive payment via check or PayPal. Payments are sent to publishers the first of every month with a $25 minimum payout.
You can select one of your tax rates as the default for your site. This sets your chosen rate to the default value in the 'Include tax in this price' field when you create a new product.
Basically, it will save you a couple of clicks per product - but that's nice to have if you've got lots of data entry to do.