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 allows you to add to any image field a semi-transparent overlay (or background) with a configurable color.
This can be activated / configured per field instance.
- Install the module
- Go to the field settings and check "Enable Opacity Overlay / Background"
- After uploading the image when creating content, you will now see 3 new properties:
* Filter type (Overlay or Background)
* Filter color (an hex value such as #DFDFDF)
* Filter opacity (a number between 0 and 1)
These is very light weight module, and helps to validate term names with min/max characters, Blacklist special characters/words and unique term names. Current version only works in the taxonomy term pages (admin/structure/taxonomy/%/add or taxonomy/term/%/edit).
Validating the term name by
Special characters/Words blacklist
Length (optionally specify min and / or max length)
see @todos in code for what needs to be done - but basically:
- More tests
- UI bits from https://www.drupal.org/node/2429153
- How to remove the live version (i.e. published => draft without new revision) - i.e. unpublish
- Make starting state configurable per node-type
- Some DI cleanup
- Some phpdoc
- Validation constraint
Session Guard is a module to control fishy behaviour of users. Is useful for sites that want to limit the access to the site to one person per user. It detects multiple sessions at the same time and different sessions in a short period of time and from a different location (based on the IP).
It depends on the core Statistics module as it uses the data from the access log table.
Even if you use modules like session limit, that doesn't mean there are different people using your site. Session guard will help you to detect them and take messures.
A simple Form API widget for entering date data using separate text fields for day, month and year. The format of the field uses the site's configured date format in exactly the same way as the default date widget does.
The field supports a #mindate and #maxdate attribute for server side validation. Support for clientside validation, including ensuring dates are valid (e.g. 2015-02-29 will not validate) will be added soon(ish).