Add taglist buttons to BUEditor

Linodef BUEditor allows you to create buttons in BUEditor that use the Linodef taglists.

To insert a taglist button proceed the following steps:

Contact form blocks

The Contact form blocks module makes your site-wide contact forms available as Drupal Blocks.

Using this module you can show your contact forms at any place where you can show a Drupal Block. For instance you may add a contact form to the right sidebar of your website which should be shown at every page. Or you want to add another contact form (aka category) to a certain node only. Add the contact form block to the content region and use the Block visibility settings to hide it from all pages but that special one.

Menu Navigation Enhanced

Drupal’s menu system takes care of access and permissions for the menu sets you create. Adding new items and sub-items is quite easy. You can find more information about how it works on the Drupal handbook page about the menu system.

However, there are times where you wish to display menus in a fashion which goes beyond just a standard Drupal block.

Panels 3 Documentation

The Panels module allows a site administrator to create customized layouts for multiple uses. At its core it is a drag and drop content manager that lets you visually design a layout and place content within that layout.

Panels 3 is the most recent version of Panels, and is a significant advance over Panels 2, although its user interface is similar.

Panels 3 is documented in detail and used for Drupal 7 and 8.

Configuration of Module Brilliant Gallery

Highly customizable Drupal module to produce multiple galleries.
http://drupal.org/project/brilliant_gallery

Depends on: Lightbox2, Colorpicker

Configuration to use the Brilliant Gallery module.

1. Install the module, a folder will be created on the folder files, albums\images.

2. Then we will put in albums\images, all images that will be displayed on the gallery.

3. Then we configure the module in administer/settings page/Brilliant Gallery.
Image 1

After we configure the module, we perform the following steps:

1. Create a page on Create content/page.

2. In the body of the page write the following code:

[bg|images | 10 | 50 | random | | # 000000]

Where bg is an HTML tag for the background color of the images, the color is #000000 which is black, random images is the property that a randomize the order of images each time you load the page where it will be created the gallery, and the values of 10 and 50 means that the maximum number of images to be displayed on height is 10 and width 50. All these properties can be changed in the configuration of the module. This page will be created as follows: Image 2

Snippet: Creating CCK field's allowed values from data in Node table

Goal: With a CCK Text field using a select list (combo box) widget, restrict values in field to titles of nodes for a certain type. Also, alphabetise the values with an ascending sort.

Giants' shoulders: This code is simplified from an example by Mooffie, here: http://blue.live4all.co.il/~mooffie/cms/node/17

Example: I have some nodes of type 'project' and I want that list of project names to appear in a select list for a CCK field. In the node table of the Drupal installation, there is a column called 'title' and a column named 'type'. Basically, whenever a 'type' is 'project', I want to add that title to a list, then alphabetise the list, then use that list as the select list's allowed values.

How to do it

  1. Navigate to Administer >> Content management >> [your content type] >> Manage fields
  2. To open an edit form for the field, either:
    1. add a field of type 'text', with a 'select list' widget or
    2. Click 'configure' next to an existing field entry. Click the 'change basic information button' and change the widget type to 'select list' and click continue.

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