Installation of Nano Scrollbar

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Installation of the Nano Scrollbar module:

Download the module from it's Project Page and move it into your 'sites/all/modules' folder, or through your Drupal site's modules administration section.Using git repository's project : git clone --branch 7.x-1.x http://git.drupal.org/project/nano%20scrollbar.git
cd nano scrollbar

Using Nano Scrollbar

Applying Scrollbars to Site-Wide Content

The Nano Scrollbar module comes with the option to apply vertical scrollbars to side-wide content such as all nodes or all blocks. You will find the configuration options under the User Interface section of the Drupal administration menu.

Using Neat Scrollbar

Applying Scrollbars to Site-Wide Content

The Neat Scrollbar module comes with the option to apply vertical scrollbars to side-wide content such as all nodes or all blocks. You will find the configuration options under the User Interface section of the Drupal administration menu.

If site-wide options are selected, the module will apply vertical scrollbars to all nodes or all blocks, or both. The idea behind this option was to make it as easy as possible to get started and it is an appropriate choice for those who are happy to have scrollbars of consistent height throughout their website. In this case a height of 400px will be applied to the vertical scrollbar themed content. The classes .neat-scrollbar and .neat-scrollbar-blocks are used with these options and may be overridden using your theme's CSS style-sheet, if required.

  • Custom CSS Attributes

If you only require scrollbars on individual blocks or pieces of content, then it is a straightforward process of isolating the CSS ID or Class for that piece of content, and inputting it under the Options & Settings for this module. Two sections are provided, one for vertical scrollbars, the other for horizontal scrollbars.

  • Don't Forget

Discogs

This is the online documentation for the Discogs project:
https://drupal.org/project/discogs

Documentation is split into 6.x and 7.x versions, since they are very different.

The 7.x version is now called the Discography Framework. The "discogs" name is being used here solely for historical reasons.

Securing Digital Goods with ClickBank Download module

What is this module?

ClickBank Downloads validates purchases on payment
processor ClickBank, and provides a "secure" file download link. See the project page for a full write up.

Currently, this project is in the process of review for full project status, therefore you'll need to git clone it in order to use it.

Getting Started

These instructions assume you have already created and uploaded your product information to a ClickBank Account.

Contributed modules

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Your Drupal system can gain many new capabilities when you install community-created modules--plug-ins that give your system more tools to work with.

To set up an individual module, you must install and configure it individually. You must install and configure each module individually on your machine. Each module download contains specific install instructions. Further description of specific modules' administration and use is contained within. Use modules that have the same version as your Drupal installation.

Finding and selecting contributed modules

There are several ways to find modules to fit specific purposes for your Drupal site:

  • The Comparisons of contributed modules handbook section can be quite useful -- there are many handbook pages there that compare different contributed modules in particular categories. However, not all module categories have comparison articles.
  • The Contributed module documentation handbook section provides links to modules with individual handbook pages. However, not all modules have handbook pages.
  • The official module list page and the alphabetical list of all module names page provide complete lists of all available Drupal modules. The alphabetical list has only the names of modules, but lists all modules on one page. The official module list is paginated (25 modules per page, resulting in 640 pages as of Nov 7, 2014 or close to 16.000 modules) with longer descriptions included. Also, you will find "blocks" on the right sidebar of the official module list that will allow you to search for modules, filter by Drupal version compatibility, and filter by module category by clicking on a category.
  • You can also use the drupal.org site-wide search to search for modules. Enter a search term, and then on the right sidebar, restrict search results to the type "Project" (this may include modules, themes, site installation profiles, and other projects).
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