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Menu Subtitle

This module adds a new field to menu items to set a subtitle to show on menu links!

Actualy it should work on primary/secondary menu and normal menu items.

TODO:
#show the subtitle above the menu link as option
#generate the subtitle with custom php code
#integration with views
#integration with token

KNOW BUGS:
1. This module breaks Context module UI configruation
2. This module stops theme_menu_link() hooks from being run at the theme layer

simpleForm2

Sometimes full contact pages are just too much. If you're looking for an easy way to stay in contact with your visitors this module is for you.
This module allows you to create a contact or order form on your website without any programming skils. Only thig you need to be familiar with is: HTML and CSS.
You can place your forms in any custom block.

Main difference between Webform and simpleForm2 - is that simpleForm2 is a block (not a content, like a Webform), so you can put your simpleForm on any page of your website in any block region. And you can create forms of any shapes without editing/creating website templates.

Comment Face

This module allow user add face into comment, and show comment face.


Usage:

1.Replace comment content in comment.tpl.php

//print render($content);
print comment_face_replace($comment->comment_body['und'][0]['safe_value']);

2.Replace comment subject in comment.tpl.php

Stumbled

Port of the Stumble module to Drupal 7

Relation Unique

The Relation Unique module extends the Relation module with a "property" that constrains relations of a given type, much like the built-in properties "unique" and "transitive".

Relation Unique adds "endpoint uniqueness" to the provided properties:

  • For a non-directed relation, endpoint uniqueness ensures that any entity can only occur in one relation of the relation type. E.g. in a binary undirected relation "married to", entity uniqueness prevents polygamy.
  • For a directed relation, there are two kinds of entity uniqueness:
    • Source uniqueness: If a relation type is source unique, any entity can only
      occur as source in exactly one relation of the type.
      Mathematically speaking, this turns the relation type into a function.
    • Target uniqueness: If a relation type is target unique, any entity can only occur as target / among the targets in exactly one relation of the type.
      Mathematically speaking, for binary directed relations, this turns the
      inverse of the relation type into a function.

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