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If you need an instant slide-show then Content Glider (CG) is the answer. CG is a standalone module, no need additional script or another modules. Just install and use it! CG based on Featured Content Glider from Dynamic Drive which using jQuery also, features: Select any content-type as Content Glider source! Support up to 3 Content Glider blocks Effect: updown, downup, leftright, or rightleft Setting: Auto Rotate, Animation speed, etc
This module provides new styles for Views module to display news tickers. A comparison of similar modules is available here: http://drupal.org/node/418616 6.x-2.x version is a backport from D7. Tested on firefox, needs testing on other browsers. If you are upgrading from 6.x-1.x versions & run into issues, try recreating view.
External Links is a small module used to differentiate between internal and external links. Using jQuery, it will find all external links on a page and add an external icon indicating it will take you offsite or a mail icon for mailto: links.
The Pathauto module automatically generates URL/path aliases for various kinds of content (nodes, taxonomy terms, users) without requiring the user to manually specify the path alias. This allows you to have URL aliases like /category/my-node-title instead of /node/123 . The aliases are based upon a "pattern" system that uses tokens which the administrator can change.
The text can be that of node titles from any page or of any type. Installation Unpack in your modules folder (usually /sites/all/modules/) and enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules. Here are some key features of "ScrollText": · Select any node types · Scrolling speed, delay, width, height · Limit a number of titles · CSS using · Scroll direction: left, right, up, down · Scroll type: scroll, slide, bouncing Requirements:
Webform is the module for making surveys in Drupal. After a submission, users may be sent an e-mail "receipt" as well as sending a notification to administrators. Results can be exported into Excel or other spreadsheet applications.
Once upon a time, website programming was a fairly arduous proposition. You could spend months putting together the various back end processing pages in ASP or PHP or Perl, writing included files that, if you were thoughtful about it, may contain some reuse, but overall writing such code by hand almost invariably meant that the code was not only very targeted to one particular use but was an absolute nightmare to maintain. Yet over time, many of the same lessons that had made their way into traditional desktop application development were also making their way into web development, albeit with the particularly declarative spin that tends to be a hallmark of web applications. One consequence of this process has been the rise of web portal applications, built largely around the various blogging engines that emerged in the period from 2001-2006.
Example subtheme released Over the last few weeks, we've received questions from interested users about ProsePoint themes, particularly about how ProsePoint themes differs from Drupal themes, and how to customise the default theme that comes with ProsePoint (tma2). After a few ad-hoc replies, we've decided it was time to devote some attention to ProsePoint themeing. In hindsight, we always knew users would enquire about themes, we knew users will want to change something about their theme. We just didn't expect it to happen yet.
Composite Layout allows your nodes to be displayed in complex layouts. Currently, two and three column layouts are provided. You can also add other nodes, blocks, and even CCK fields to your node's layout. The content area of your node is divided into zones and you decide what should appear in those zones. Zones are essentially the same as Drupal blocks, but they apply to nodes rather than the entire site.
Brief description: A must have for heavey themers, this small but powerful module will become a must for CSS based themes. Please submit any feature requests that you would like to see contributed to this module. Body classes allow for some very intuitive and powerful css changes such as quickly hiding un-needed form fields from someone with the "manager" role, swapping random images or logos, updating images based on the users locale etc.
I've added this site to Twitter at http://twitter.com/webmastertips . Drupal has a Twitter Module , but it doesn't come with any documentation. This post is a first test of Drupal's Twitter Module on this site. If it works, I'll follow up on this post. UPDATE: The Twitter Module for Drupal works.
First make a dynamically filtered view on the fly like the big boys do! Then, stick it in a panel! There are other ways of doing it, but by using this simple method you can easily: List all car dealers whose monthly sales volume falls within a series of different ranges: http://example.com/dealers-that-sell-between/500/1000 List all jobs with salaries falling within different ranges with http://example.com/jobs-that-pay-between/100/200 .
This is the continuation of my journal on getting mapping to work for Global Youth Service Day in Drupal, which starts with an overview of maps and drupal , and continues with a discussion of modules . So now we have the basic setup and are ready to start on the map - placeholders for content, maps, and actual content, and it's time to forge ahead with improving the user experience and information architecture (at the same time, even!). I also just came across another blog article at around the same level of detail that covers other aspects of Drupal, which I haven't touched on much here for a more articles-rich site. Check it out: http://dejitarob.wordpress.com/2007/11/26/how-i-used-drupal-to-build-tam... . Along similar lines, I stumbled across a series by IBM that gives a surprisingly clear overview of the next level in to Drupal geekery, without flooding you with information: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/ibm/library/i-osource5/
Drupal Templates from Your Photoshop Design in Seconds Now you can build a Drupal Theme in Photoshop, name some layers for the content that Drupal will provide, convert the PSD file to a fully functional Drupal (version 6.x) Theme, copy it into your existing Drupal install and it works. Drupal is an amazing CMS (Content Management System) with tons of features right out of the box and thousands more available as modules you download and install to your Drupal website. Drupal is available for free here: http://drupal.org You can define layers by naming them exactly (the whole name, not just the portions that start with underscore) as 'left_drupal' for the left column content, 'content_drupal' for the main content section, 'right_drupal' for the right column content, 'primarylinks_drupal' for the primary links menu items and 'secondarylinks_drupal' for the secondary links menu items.
This video is an introduction to the Schema module . This is a great module if you'd like a peek at how your Drupal database is set up (with descriptions!) or if you are building a new module and you'd like someone else to magically create the schema for your .install file. It can also check your database and tell you if anyone has monkeyed with the way Drupal thinks it should be set up.