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This module allows any user with appropriate permissions to create relationships between any two users.
The creation of the relationship starts from a user which is considered the requester.
The relationship is automatically approved by the requestee.
This module use a special AJAX widget "Dynamic Select" to select the requestee.
The list of requestees to select from is built from a view
Create a view listing users with the display "Dynamic Select" with some non exposed filters.
Configure the module admin/config/people/relationships/settings under the vertical tab "Management" by selecting the view created previously and the relevant filters.
Specify the labels of the HTML controls used by the widget and the display format.
Assign the appropriate role and permissions to the users you want to use that feature.
Any users with appropriate permission can go to the edit page of any user and create relationships.
Under Relationships tab, select the Management tab. The edited user is the requester.
Filter the list of users in the drop down if necessary with a keyword that will be passed on to the filters selected in the configuration,
Pick up the requestee in the select box and create a new relationship.
Only the requestee(s) are listed in the table, unlike under the Relationship Current tab
Ini Meta Tags allows to define meta tags (keywords, description and copyright) as per the domain and the url, in a INI file. This is very practical in case of multi-domain installations.
All you have to do is to write the desired meta tags in the ini file, base on domain and url or your website. The module will take care of the rest.
I have written this module because I was desperate to set my meta tags accurately in a multi domain installation. I have never found an easy way.
This module displays the section heading and breadcrumb trail as designed by Karen Lewis in 2011/12. It creates a "KSA Breadcrumb" module, which should be placed in the masthead region of the ksa_ninesixty theme.
In order to use this module, the following two conditions must be met:
This module modifies the Module List page to show the internal names of all modules. The internal name is used for a variety of purposes, including: what directory on the filesystem the module resides in, what name to use when implementing hooks, what name to pass Drush to enable/disable/install/reinstall the module, and many others.
If you've ever downloaded a module and then failed to locate it on the Modules List page when attempting to enable it because you couldn't figure out what it was actually called in that listing, then this module is you.
This module has been created to support Realex Payments off-site payment service called "Real Auth Redirect". It integrates with Drupal Commerce and allows the commerce checkout page to redirect to the Realex portal where a customer can enter their payment details. This prevents a site having to store customer's credit card details locally and reduces exposure to risk.