There are no exact directions. There are probably no directions at all. The only things that I am able to recommend at this moment are a sense of humour; an ability to see the ridiculous and the absurd dimensions of things; an ability to laugh about others as well as about ourselves; a sense of irony and of everything that invites parody in this world.
New Drupal Modules
Facebook Album provides a simple block to display public Facebook Albums in a gallery and optionally in a Colorbox popup.
User Pages module allows you to manage following user related pages:-
This module allows you to autocomplete fields in your favorite IDE (ie. PhpStorm) like this:
Views Related Content is an extension to the Views module. It helps show the related contents, related nodes on the content detail page.
This module makes it easy for you to work with contents, nodes by adding the filter criteria by Author, Content Type, Taxonomy Terms in the Views configuration.
A field formatter that can be used on text or number fields to display the field value using sprintf().
Config Tools is a package of modules that help to manage your Drupal 8 configuration files. This includes two modules currently.
- Active configuration file handling
Stores your current active configuration as yml in a specified directory. This is especially useful for tracking changes to your configuration through some VCS.
- Git Configuration
Auto commits changes to your configuration to a specified git repository for every configuration change.
Partial comment display module provides a facility to admin to configure the number of comments which will be shown to user on node view page. This configuration is available under comment settings tab in each content type.
This module will not work for those roles who has "post comment" permission.
This module integrates FTP commands into Drupal via the Rules module allowing events to trigger the sending of files to an FTP server. Example rules are provided.
Current supported commands:
Provided actions can be configured via the Rules module (see example rules).
Apachesolr Display module allows us to output search results as node display. This module store rendered entity or entity json encoded object inside solr index without affecting solr search speed. There are settings yoursite.com/admin/config/search/apachesolr/search-pages/your-search-page/edit.
Storing whole node object
advantages: no additional search results styling needed.
disadvantages: solr index become bigger, executed node_view().
This simple module adds support to your site to block HTTP POST requests that are not associated with form submissions. This is useful for reducing the potential for attackers to bypass your caching infrastructure by making HTTP POST Requests for pages of your site.
Field Group Background Image module creates a field group display formatter that consists in a <div> wrapper with a background image. The source of the image is set from an image field of the entity being displayed.
By default, Drupal defines the "administer users" permission, which allows users of a given role to edit all users.
This module provides developers with a hook they can implement to allow certain users (which normally don't have the "administer users" permission) to edit particular users.
Make available the fields and text properties from referenced entities into the parent entity template and the manage fields display overview.Features
- You can control, for each compatible reference field instances, if the fields from the referenced entities would be available as extra fields. Disabled by default.
- You can manage the visibility of the referenced entities fields on the manage display form. Hidden by default.
This module uses CTools plugins to help you interact with the Zendesk API.
Currently there are 2 supported plugins.
This module will also give you new Drupal API’s form fields that will allow you
to seamlessly integrate your Zendesk fields in Drupal forms and submit those
forms over to Zendesk.
The endpoint plugin will help you store your credentials and make calls to the
To submit a form to Zendesk do something like:
If you have Drush installed, you can see your library information by running
drush libraries-listModule Development
The global Integration of devicons can be enabled/disabled in the backend. To load the Devicons manually from inside your own module, simply do:
Drupal implementation of jQuery matchHeight plugin that provides equalheights functionality for elements. Compatible with D8.
For Drupal 7 version, see equalheights module.
This module allow to keep in sync two Drupal instances, and must be installed on both web sites.
The way it works is to update a table, on the slave website, with the user data, when a user is updated or created on the master web site.
Once the update is done, a url is fired via cURL on the slave website. This function read the data from the table, updated by the master, and create or update a user based on the email address.
To test/use this module you need:
this module will extend ECK services, let it support more feature.