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The Single Sing On for eXternal Services module, or SSOXS for short, extends Drupal to serve as a single-sign-on authentication, central user management and accounting portal for external web servers or services.
The module was originally developed for the academic community to provide a single-sign-on solution for independent academic web portals and web services through a central Virtual Research Community.
It can however be used by any community oriented Drupal site that hosts external web servers/services as part of there service and would like to enable these with:
An easy way for the community members to “subscribe” to the service and use their Drupal or external credentials (through federate identification and
authorization) to gain access.
An easy way for external services to register there service with the community website and enable singe-sign-on access for community members as well as providing a set of interfaces to manage subscriptions and track usage through an accounting and statistics interface.
A convenient XML-RPC driven Application Programming Interface (API) to enable programmatic communication between the Drupal module and the external services for authentication, authorization and accounting.
The goal of this module is to make it easy for someone to implement the 404gotten.org page not found solution onto their Drupal website to help impoverished children around the world. Just imagine how you will feel if even one child is helped because of your efforts.
В задачи этого модуля входит поддержка соществования на одной странице нескольких (двух) версий jQuery (одновре присутствие и использование). При этом допускаешься загрузка дополнительных библиотек js которым нужна jQuery отличная от дефолтной. Адрес подгружаемой библиотеке указывается через админку.
Moves the 'How often would you like to receive email notifications?' field from the user profile to the Commons 'Notification Settings' page to be consistent with Commons' integration with the Message Subscribe Email module. Also changes some of the language to be Commons specific and makes the field save via AJAX.
Here is a quick and dirty way to add a facebook status provider.
This could be better to use the facebook api but i don't want to work for them now and don't have time to learn it.
It is not well finished but mostly working for my personnal needs so i share it with you.
I don't plan to release a full project module, i just post it here as a backup.
If someone would like to take the code or do anything with it, feel free :)
This module provides integration with Active Campaign, a popular email marketing service offering a industry leading forever free pricing plan.
This module provides intuitive methods for users / administrators to control email lists, campaigns, and contacts, as well as, review the results of marketing campaigns and all previous emails sent from your Active Campaign account. More specifically it aims to provide the most used features of Active Campaign within your Drupal website.