Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
This module provides simple ajax integration between the clientside_validation module and arbitrary validators
written for the webform_validation module. It does nothing on its own, and is intended only to
simplify the process of validating webform components via ajax.
this is far preferable to validating via ajax. However, there are some cases where validation must
be done on the server side (e.g. those involving web-services with private API keys). This module allows
you to perform those validations via ajax, seamlessly integrating them into an existing clientside
validation user experience.
This module is another Taxonomy Access Control (TAC) module. The module works on shared taxonomy fields between the user and nodes. The only bit of configuration is to check a box in the taxonomy reference field settings to say that it should control access via Skinny TAC.
If the user and the node share this field, and they're pointing toward the same taxonomy term, the user is given edit rights on the node via node grants, which work nicely with views, etc.
More information, including a comparison table against TAC and TAC Lite is coming soon..
Using Estelle Weyl's "Clowncar Technique" ( http://www.standardista.com/responsive-images-clown-car-technique/ - in which "we are including (or stuffing) many images (clowns) into a single image file (car)" ) this module offers one (slightly hacky) solution to the problem of serving appropriately sized images in responsive themes.
TaxCloud is a free, easy-to-use sales tax calculation and remittance service for retailers.. This module integrates UberCart with the TaxCloud system.. You can create a free TaxCloud account at TaxCloud.net.
The clean calendar project was created to display a simplified calendar (week view) that is responsive. It differs from the calendar module for views in that it provides only three simplified block displays of event information.
This module provides new field types for entering Open Graph data in the format specified by the Open Graph Protocol. These can be used to provide default share text, urls, images, etc. for various social media services such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.