Views module provides a flexible method for Drupal administrators to control how lists of posts are retrieved and presented. There are various views add on's that should be added here.

Exclude Views Results

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This module allow you to gather views (and there displays) to exclude resutlts (actually only nodes) from each other in the same group. Actually each view excludes results from views already executed in the same group.

Ce module vous permet de regrouper des vues (et leurs affichages) pour en exclure les résultats (seulement les nodes pour le moment).
Chaque vue exclue les résultats des vues déjà exécutées d'un même group.

Views field replace value

Field settings

Provides a new "Global: Re-write field value" field for selecting in views.

This then lets you re-write the value of the field based on a values list.

NOTE: This is an fast alternative to Views Regex Rewrite and Views Field Rewrite

Views Template

Views Template module allows an admin to select/create tpl file for styling the rows and fields.


Freewall - Flex layout

This module allows developers and themers to make use of the Freewall jQuery plugin. It includes a developer API that other modules can use, as well as Views integration in the 3.0 version so that you can turn any list of content or images into a responsive grid layouts.


This module expands Views join functionality to include spatial operators. Aims to be compatible with various underlying spatial data structures such as GeoField, GeoPHP and PostGIS. Users of GeoJoin will add spatial relationships via the "Relationships -> Add" menus in Views.

Current Version Supports:

1. Join Operators: Overlaps, Within, Contains, and Intersects - Will join features in a single GeoField instance based on operator selected in Relationship UI dialog. Features must have the same SRID - two features with NULL SRID will not match.

Views Timeline

Example timeline display.

This module provides a views_timeline style plugin for Views.

It will build a visual timeline of rendered entities, spread over a time span, based on a date or timestamp property or field in the results.

Each entity appears at a percentage of width of the outer container.

Styling-wise, each entity carries an extra class depending on whether the selected date is before the current date, is the next in list after the current date, or is another date after the current date. This allows theming to render them differently just in CSS.


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