When dealing with country data its useful to be able to highlight a country or a set of countries on a map. This module provides a field formatter which can display a single country highlighted on a map. It also integrates with Views which allows you to highlight your country based nodes as countries on a map.About this module
This module provides:
This module adds new layouts based on Material Design Lite's grid system.
Currently the module only provides three layouts and you can only define the pane's width through adding your own MDL grid CSS classes to the pane.
- Make the pane's width customizable
- Create a flexible layout
Provides a generic event log. Currently integrations with login activity events only. Can easily be extended to support additional events.
Allows custom tokens to be stored and exported via configuration manager.
It works in a similar way of Token Custom, the main difference is the storage.
This module works with Domain module.
This module allow user to hide upload button for file field component on webform, so by default upload button will be hidden and on select of any file it will show so that user can upload file.
It also has configurable setting so that user can select whether he wants to apply this on all webforms or on selected webforms.
Are you a module or theme developer? Have you created several modules or theme and you want to see them all in one place? Probably not. But if you, for some reason need to display a number of downloads for a list of module(s) and/or theme(s) then you should try out this module. Projects stats provides a block, which displays a table with project names and downloads count for selected modules and/or themes.
How to use it?
Custom field for views with optional nth row setting.
This is a Drupal 7 module that provides a custom field for views. The custom field behaves similiar to
"Global Custom Text" field but comes with an option to display on every X number of rows.
The main use case of this field is if you need to present a list of content with advertisement
every X number of articles. Alternate custom content every X number of rows in any view. This is usually
achieved using TPL files. This module lets you do it on the fly with no code change required.
How to use:
This module creates a block carousel based on Bootstrap carousel functionality. The block is created programatically and is ready to use in 5 minutes, doesn't need views.Installation and configuration
- Enable the module
- Go to Administration > Estructure > Block layout
- Place a Diba carousel block in a region
- Configure the block settings
When you use the block you can configure different settings on every block instance:
Protected file module provide a new field type which extends File field and permit to enable/disable for each file uploaded the possibility to prevent anonymous users from downloading the file, and then require from them a registration to be able to access to the file protected.
This module requires that the Protected File field created use the private system file.
Under active development.
This module provides integration with Unisender, a more affordable alternative to MailChimp email delivery service. The module makes it possible for website users or visitors to control which of your email lists they want to be on (or off).
The code in mostly taken from MailChimp module, and rewritten to adapt Unisender API features:
Let's say that for some reason your shop is not open 24/7. Maybe you have a restaurant with delivery that works only from 9AM to 21PM. In this case you don't want to accept orders when the shop is closed. This module allows you to define opening and closing hours for each day of the week. Your customers will stil be able to add items to their cart but when they try to checkout they will be redirected to the warning page that displays custom message and shopping hours.
The page builder framework removes the barriers of forcing a content type to have a set amount and order of fields by allowing snippets of content in "rows" with individual layout and display formatting.
"Element queries are a new way of thinking about responsive web design where the responsive conditions apply to elements on the page instead of the width or height of the browser.
Unlike CSS @media queries, @element Queries are aware of more than just the width and height of the browser, you can write responsive conditions for a number of different situations like how many characters of text or child elements an element contains.