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The Jobvite Careers module is a simple module to integrate the Jobvite ATS system with Drupal. This allows Developers to fully customize the way career listing and positions are displayed in their websites, making it easier for companies to recruit.
The module grabs the XML file provided by Jobvite to generate a careers page with a categorized careers listing, which links to an individual Drupal page for each position.
I am here to share about Drupal's Search Module limitations & solution to overcome it.
Limitation:- Drupal's Search Module provides search results on the basis of exact keyword match. i.e. when we search a word like 'what' in our website, it give results only where the word 'what' exactly matches & it doesn't include words like 'whatever' in search results. It concludes that Search module executes search query with a EQUAL(=) condition in WHERE clause but we always require results from a search query with a LIKE condition in WHERE clause.
Sprd_api is a module to provide access to your partner shop via Spreadshirts RESTful API (learn more) and is required by the modules sprd_articles and sprd_assortment.
Note that sprd_api module doesn't provide any visible functions to the user on its own, it just provides handling services for other modules.
Create and get baskets
Add basket items
Checkout at Spreadshirt or in your Shop
Sort and cache articles by departments and product type categories
HTTP Requests (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)
Page Title module
If you have not already done so, get and install the Spreadshirt API module from the drupal project page.
Place this module in your modules directory and enable it at admin/modules.
Add your Spreadshirt ShopId in /admin/settings/sprd_api
Maintenance status: Actively maintained
Development status: not under development anymore as we plan to create a Drupal 7 version
Taxonomy Channels is a D6* module created to allow users quick access to a list of preferred taxonomy terms. Perhaps a better way to think of it is "favourite terms". It is best explained with a use case.
Let's say I have a site about vegetables, and each user wants to pick some vegetable types to "follow". They select these from a list, and the selected ones appear as a list in a configurable block for easy access.
This is a contribution from existing usability improvements that I've used for fields. The key concept is to cater for fields with long lists of options such as:
select (multiple) lists with 20+ options
input checkbox lists with 20+ options
The solution is purely a JS/jQuery solution for hiding and showing relevant information from a filter input.
The user enters a few letters and the options the user is seeking become easier to see from the potential thousands.
The next feature to be ported to the module will be in regards to 'accidental noobness'...
When a multi-select already has options chosen, it should be clear to the user A) what changes they make and B) what's been chosen.
The solution is to simply show a "Was selected: x, y, z" and "Now selected: a, b, c" list when interacting.
The goal is to build a module that inputs a variety of data sources and outputs useful, meaningful and actionable information. Commercial, government and public sector organizations can benefit by streamlining their delivery of services to lower costs, decrease service delivery times, and improve the customer experience to deliver better digital services across a variety of mobile and sedentary devices.