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 project module enables a configurable button for view areas like the header or footer. It could be used to provide an Add button. It has a configurable label, destination URI, and permission-based visibility. An Add button can use Prepopulate module via the URI.
(Because this is currently a Sandbox project, the only way to review or get its components is through the "Browse code respository" link.)
Form confront will allow a view to be mapped to a webform. So if a user visits that view for the first time, they will be confronted with the webform first. Once the webform is filled in and submitted successfully, they will be able to see the view normally.
The Flag per Node module extends the Flag module and provides a flexible way to control which flags are visible on which nodes. Flag per Node can define custom flag access for individual pieces of content with a default setting per content type. The code is heavily inspired by the Content Access module, but is specifically applied to flags.
Paragraphs Visibility allows users to define rules for when a user should be able to see a paragraphs item. This allows for paragraphs to be hidden based on whether a user is logged in or a data has passed.
This Module is used to read and convert XML format to JSON and Array Format.
It is just taking input as a url in a field and option to choose one of the following option :
1. JSON Format
2. Array Format
It will show the output in the selected option above in a field where you can easy copy and paste the code.
The reference value pair combines an entity reference with a free text value field in one new field type.
Site builders often end up using field collection or entity reference modules when all they want to do is store a value and a reference.
This module bundles the two things, a reference to some entity and a value together in one field. It can reference any entity, the value field is a simple text field.
One typical use is storing a measurement with its unit where the units are stored in a taxonomy (e.g 50 liter, 20 cm, 80 %).