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The Multitype Slider entity type is a simple custom entity type that allow management to add slider with many slider type option in the content. This module are used to created a different type of slider.
Available Slider Option
Full Width Slider',
Simple Fade Slideshow
Image Gallery With Vertical Thumbnail
Scrolling Logo Thumbnail Slider
Thumbnail Navigator With Arrows
Nearby Image Partial Visible Slider
When you submit for reset password to create new one and you request multiple times to reset password and get mail regarding reset password link so by default you can reset your password with any link for the first time.
But after enabling this, it provides user to restrict the all old reset password link. You can reset password with latest reset password link only within timeout.
On multiple submitting of reset password form causes to multiple email notifications to a user in a sequence. Any random email notification can be use to reset password, which causes to vulnerability issue i.e. only last generated notification email should be valid to reset the password, all others notifications should get expired.
To solve this vulnerability issue, this module expires all the multiple notifications except last notification email sent to user.
This week's highlights include a gigantic video on the seminal The Secret Of Monkey Island, a look at Harry Potter vs. Fortnite in the mobile arena, and the future of The Binding Of Isaac, among many others. ...
I started Hosted Apache Solr almost 10 years ago, in late 2008, so I could more easily host Apache Solr search indexes for my Drupal websites. I realized I could also host search indexes for other Drupal websites too, if I added some basic account management features and a PayPal subscription plan—so I built a small subscription management service on top of my then-Drupal 6-based Midwestern Mac website and started selling a few Solr subscriptions.
Back then, the latest and greatest Solr version was 1.4, and now-popular automation tools like Chef and Ansible didn't even exist. So when a customer signed up for a new subscription, the pipeline for building and managing the customer's search index went like this:
Original Hosted Apache Solr architecture, circa 2009.