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Address Field Extra

Extra settings for Address Field:

  • Hide City
  • Hide Address 1
  • Hide Address 2
  • Hide Postal code
  • Hide State
  • Remove fieldset wrapper
  • Disable AJAX

Patch Backports

Place for backported patches that can not be uploaded to issue queues.

Webform Queue

The concept behind the Webform Queue Module is to provide an add-on to Webform that would allow submissions to be shunted to an external queue for processing later, rather than processed as they are submitted. This is intended to address problems seen in high-traffic events where high rates of Webform submissions lead to performance degradations.

test sandbox 1

test

AddThis D8 Sandbox

D8 Stab for AddThis.

Crowdsourcing

This module will be the starting point of a new Crowdsourcing platform based on Drupal.

Downloads

hacked_d8

Testing the hacked module for D8. Once is ready, will merge it back to the module https://drupal.org/project/hacked.

Search API Range Field

Provides range fields to search API.

There's still some work to do, but fields are correctly indexed, at least, I think.

Fancy Form

Fancy form help you to enhance your webform look & feel.

Role by Device

Delivers content based on device. ex. if you have a block in footer that needs to be different based on devices. That's something which can be handled with help of this module

Enhanced Glossary

Glossary Enhancements
If you see, the default glossary view, it provides limited feature for existing content only.

We are trying to enhance glossary search here, by showing disabled characters, for which no content title starts with.
Also, user can search for content with number in title.

This module will plug glossary for any content type.

SiteScan

Site Audit report

Blogging Feature

This is an blogging feature example for Drupal 7.x.

To get this going:

Apache Solr Key Phrases

This module allows you to define key phrases (1 or more words) that may be used in content and which are particularly relevant for your users when they are searching.

Documents with those phrases are identified at indexing time, and a new facet is made available to allow users to easy filter down to those of interest.

Field New Line to Break

Field New Line to Break extends the settings for the plain text formatters for text fields.

By Default - all markup is removed but new lines does not break.

Dependencies
Field formatter settings API module

Github Ribbon

Displays An imageless and responsive "Fork me on GitHub" ribbon on your site. Colors are configurable

DnD Multi Libraries

By default, the DnD module included in the Scald project allows you to choose one library, that will be used for all users. This is all fine, until you want to add a specific View filter except for your administrators for example.

Message Subscribe Email Frequency Block

Creates a block that contains the Message Subscribe Email Frequency settings form, so you can put it anywhere you like!

Migrate Domain Configuration and Domain Theme

This module defines variables in the 'domain' realm provided by Domain Variable
module and migrates the data from the {domain_conf} and {domain_theme} tables
to {variable_store}.

Migrates data from 6.x and 7.x to 7.x.

UPDATE: In order to support Domain Settings module, this module now migrates
ALL variables in domain_conf table, not just those defined in the module
code. See Issue#2574599: support Domain Settings.

See README.txt for more info.

Migrate Domain Prefix to Domain Path

** UNDER DEVELOPMENT **

This module assists in the migration from using Domain Prefix 6.x (part of the Domain Access package) to generate unique path aliases for your affiliate domains, to Domain Path 7.x.

CSS Fields

About this modules

CSS Fields is a simple module that provides a custom field type called "CSS." CSS Fields allows you to use CSS very easily for individual nodes by implementing the core function drupal_add_css() while allowing you to keep semantically clean and stable WYSIWYG content. It adds the CSS to the <head> of your HTML document so that you can follow W3C standards without sacrificing your workflow.

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Openid go button

Ultra simple module to show a button in a block that you can use to make easy for user to go to his wordpress site.
Instructions:

  • Enable.
  • Go to blocks and enable block and put "open id go button" in your desired region.
  • Go to block settings, and Insert external wordpress site url, and wanted text for the button.
  • Restrict the block display to user profile page only (You can do it as it's recommended in https://drupal.org/node/134433 )

Commerce Merchant

This module defines the Commerce Merchant entity and related features. It allows Commerce Product entities to be associated to merchant entities through an entity reference field, which the module automatically creates. This requirement, where products can be associated to different merchants, is a common element in marketplace-like websites.

Sub-modules

Commerce Merchant User

This sub-module currently provides a user reference field to merchant entities that allows users to be associated to merchant entities.

STAC

STAC (Simple Taxonomy Access Control) is a module that greatly reduces the time to set up basic access control through taxonomy. There is no other module integration or requirements. Simply download the module, choose a vocabulary, a field, and set permissions.

The goal of STAC is to allow role based permissions to control the viewing of nodes by taxonomy. By attaching a term reference to a node you can then choose the term that best describes the access you want. For example if you have a basic page that you only want authenticated users to see, you can do the following:

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