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A Drupal 7 module that gives a user with permission a page [example.com/html-sample] for testing theme renders of elements common in most Drupal sites, including many basic drupal interface freatures (tabs, messages, help) and Form API elements.
Based on the "Bulk Stock Updater", it allows to update stock of products searched by sku (maybe in conjunction with a barcode pen scanner), with the support of a large base of nodes/products (1000+) using ajax calls. It's supposed to be in used in a real retail shop to keep stock values updated on the e-commerce site after a real sale. (it replaces Advanced Stock Updater http://drupal.org/project/uc_advanced_stock_updater)
As Clone Content for A2Q evolves it becomes (D)rupal (M)eta (C)ontent (T)ype. DMCT is Drupal n-order logical basis for managing content types, and types of content types recursively. See cca2q for history and the Storyboard below for insightful details.
Node custom head html
by Sergei Tarassov
This is a small and efficent module that allows you to set custom html code into head section (like meta, script, link tags or else).
You need to set proper permissions to admin module and edit form field "Custom html code for head section".
Enable any node type to allow custom html for head section on settings page admin/settings/node-custom-head-html
This module provides a Drupal 7 interface for the Institute for Development Studies (IDS)'s Open API (http://api.ids.ac.uk/).
The goal of the module is to allow retrieving data from the IDS Collections (Eldis and Bridge) for use within a Drupal site.
This module integrates with third-party resources to populate the biblio node add form based on ISBN. The Biblio module utilizes separate modules to handle this type of form population from other sources (e.g., PMID, DOI), but it does not currently provide such a module for population via ISBN.
Google Books API: Since the ISBN lookup call does not require an API key, the module is able to access ISBN information quickly and without any configuration.
Amazon Module: If the Amazon Module is installed and properly configured, then the tools are readily available to look up an ISBN either in the local database or in the web service.
No extra configuration required! Simply enable this module. It will always check with Google, and it will check with Amazon if you use that module.
This module provides additional options for the "Long text and summary" field widget. Additional options include being able to set the "Summary" to required or not, as well as being able to show or hide the "Summary".