Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
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This module displays a block with the users avatars who are online, if they don't have avatar, the module displays a default image, if the user is not registered on the page, the module display a default one too, which can be changed in the folder module.
You can set the block to show only registered users or anonymous, you can also control the number of users to display, default is set to display a maximum of 20.
In the permissions pannel you can control the visibility of the block.
Mail Role grants roles to users based on their email address. A site developer can configure a list of domain names to detect and a user role to grant. Mail Role then examines a user's email address and if it determines that the email addresses' domain name matches one of the configured domain names, it will grant the user the configured role.
Assume we have a content rich site with a proper permission system set up. Roles are created to grant certain permissions to certain content types. Further assume that we want users from a certain company, say ACME, to be granted one of those roles whenever they register. It would be a boring process to grant each user that role manually.
That's where Mail Role comes in. Using a simple configuration approach, we can configure it to detect all email addresses ending in @acme.com and it will do the rest.
Like all modules, site developers should take special care when using this module. First, do not ever use this module to grant the administrator role to users. This can have a very negative effect if used incorrectly. The administrator role, or any role that has permission to alter your site's configuration should always be granted manually.
script used to request patches which are not in the regular drupal.org public issue queue to be tested on the Drupal.org testing infrastructure.
You need to run this script inside a Drupal 6 root, and you need the qa.d.o key placed in a key.txt file.
- qa.d.o key (ask scor, or someone in the infra team)
- access to qa.d.o with security team role: create an account on qa.d.o and file an issue in the webmaster issue queue if you need to request for this role.
This module provides some Bootstrap UI elements for the Radix theme for Panopoly. Note that you need not use panopoly nor radix to make this work, in fact, you just need to be using twitter bootstrap with your theme. While there may occasionally be some things which are radix and panopoly specific, these should generally be useful across the board.
It adds a style plugin for data export displays that lets you print out a list of views records, 1 per page. By default, it prints a serial output of rendered fields, but this can be overridden by the theme in the standard way.
This is a helper module that works along side CCK for Drupal 7. It's designed to allow users to view a live preview of the PHP code they enter into field-value / default-value boxes. This aids development and allows users to check the status of the array they are returning before hitting save to validate it.
In Ubercart, users could modify all aspects of line items including the product title (i.e. the line item label). In commerce, this ability was removed and the title for product line items is always equal to the referenced product's title.
This module adds a new line item type that allows for manual entry of all line item properties, namely the SKU, title and unit price. It does not associate itself with products and manually entered line items are not re-usable (for now).