1. Download and enable jQUery Update and Libraries API


UIkit gives you a comprehensive collection of HTML, CSS, and JS components which is simple to use, easy to customize and extendable.

UIkit offers over 30 modular and extendible components, which can be combined with each other. Components are divided into different compartments according to their purpose and functionality.


A lightweight and modular front-end framework
for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.

UIKit is a new revolutionary framework that took the light in July of 2013 as a result of solutions of YOOTheme - popular theme provider and was tested on lots of their templates. And now it's coming to Drupal!

Examples / Starter Kit Module


The Views Slideshow Examples module is a sub-module of the Views Slideshow Xtra project. The module serves as a "Starter Kit" in that enabling the module creates working slideshows, which can be used as a starting point for your slideshows. Currently this includes three example slideshows. The first example is of a basic slideshow created using just the Views Slideshow module. The second example uses the Views Slideshow Overlay module, providing an example of a slideshow that has multiple overlays. The third example is of a single slide slideshow.

Group 7.x-1.x

The Group module for Drupal 7 is based around the Entity API. Individual groups have a "Group Type" in the module, which is an Entity. Since it's an Entity, it has fields.

It also has specific permissions and roles, which apply to any Group of this Group type.

Group 8.x-1.x

Placeholder page for the Group (version 8) documentation, about anything that does not apply to the 7.x version of the Group module.

Note: refer to Additional resources for a link to a video that demonstrates how to use the Group module.

Custom entities as group content

To allow your custom entity to be added to a group, you must expose it as a GroupContentEnabler plugin.



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