Module for a stepwise content access

Hi! am new to drupal and am developing an e-trainer website. Is there a drupal module that will ensure that contents are accessed sequentially and after filling a feedback form (meaning next step link is deactivated if feedback form isnt submitted at each step). thanks for any suggetsions

How to modify print $content


1. Print module > print.tpl.php file has a php line > <div class="print-content">

need Ctools Install Instructions

As you might guess, I am new to Drupal....however I did get that installed and working on Mac OSx and apache 2.4 Now I want to install the Ctools suite. Downloaded it OK expanded OK but now what? I tried moving the entire directory to /ctools but I am forbidden to execute ctools.install Its not file permissions as I gave the directory to my runtime userid and did chmod 777 on the whole thing. I'm thinking something in .htaccess or index.php is the problem but not sure. Can't find any docs on the "official" way this package should be installed. Ideas are very welcome!!

Update showing as still needed

I've updated from 7.34 to 7.35 and run the update.php ,cleared all caches and run cron. According to available updates, I still need to update to 7.35. Why? I don't know if it's relevant, but when I updated the db it showed no updates needed. Is that correct?

Create temporary files with an external file (using drupal_bootstrap())


I try to create files with drupal with an external file (using drupal_bootstrap() to load Drupal). But I have this error:

Warning : file_put_contents(temporary://fileN4dlKL): failed to open stream: "DrupalTemporaryStreamWrapper::stream_open" call failed dans file_unmanaged_save_data()

My code works perfectly in a module file, but not in an external file.

My code:

Lock in default value

I have select list term reference field with a default value set for the list. Is there anyway to lock the select list to make it un-selectable?

I just want the select list to use the default taxonomy I set up all the time.

Thanks in advance.


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