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Helper module that helps with problem of broken orders like stated here in this issue
Fixing will be run on cron jobs, but there is also an option to fix them manually(run task with a link).
Set the variable_set('commerce_orders_fix', TRUE) for cron runs to work, put it to FALSE, to be run only manually.
Module is here
This module is used to connect Marketo and Drupal system. You can add users time the time of registration to Marketo from your system.
To add registered members to Marketo as lead you need api key, secret key and domain from Marketo of SOAP API.
Why 2018 taught us more than any other yearâ - and how it can help your game development studio - by Benjamin Rivers
This plugin adds option for site admin to specify some words. Which should not be used by content writer and a synonymous is provided for same word.
- Find suspected words and replace words with specified entity.
This modules allow the users to switch between multiple domains. The module needs to be installed and configured on all the sites on which the switch user operation is to be done.
This week's highlights include pieces on formidable '90s-style first-person shooter Dusk, the classic '80s game that inspired the Black Mirror episode Bandersnatch, and 2018's best 'game jam' games. ...
Externalauth Gitlab OAuth2 connector will allow users of your site to authenticate against a running gitlab instance via OAuth2. The module will not register new users, just map existing users via the email-address.
Webform Component Revision module allows you to maintain component revisions per webform node.
While managing components of webform node, this module tracks create, update and delete action per component.
Maintaing revisions of webform components may help in finding out any changes made to the component purposefully or accidently.
May also help in regenerating the component if accidently deleted, by finding the exact component configuration on the component revision page as it retains the deleted component states as well(configurable).
letsencrypt on Drupal
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public’s benefit. It is a service provided by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).
We give people the digital certificates they need in order to enable HTTPS (SSL/TLS) for websites, for free, in the most user-friendly way we can. We do this because we want to create a more secure and privacy-respecting Web.
The key principles behind Let’s Encrypt are:
Unlike Drupal 8, once Drupal 7 bootstraps, it stops sending errors to PHP's default error log — which could be, for example, an error log in Apache, or stderr on the command line.
Error Log module adds the default PHP error log as a Drupal watchdog log implementation, so errors will once again appear in the same log or console that they appeared in before Drupal bootstrapped.
An exception is made for Drush, which provides its own console logger. Error Log module is therefore not active in the Drush environment.
This module adds a toolbar that allows searching the links within the toolbars. This is helpful when you can't remember where an admin link is.
"Currently the lack of clarity in the Terms of Service for Unity - and the ambiguity created by their subsequent statements - places us and developers in a difficult situation," argues Improbable. ...
I've been going kind of crazy covering a particular Drupal site I'm building in Behat tests—testing every bit of core functionality on the site. In this particular case, a feature I'm testing allows users to upload arbitrary files to an SFTP server, then Drupal shows those filenames in a streamlined UI.
I needed to be able to test the user action of "I'm a user, I upload a file to this directory, then I see the file listed in a certain place on the site."
These files are not managed by Drupal (e.g. they're not file field uploads), but if they were, I'd invest some time in resolving this issue in the drupalextension project: "When I attach the file" and Drupal temporary files.
Since they are just random files dropped on the filesystem, I needed to: