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I use modals where I want to display more information that isn't voluminous enough to merit a separate full page load. Figure 1: These are links of titles, generated by a view that when clicked trigger a modal window with additional content. Figure 2: After clicking on a link as shown in figure 1, a modal window appears with additional information. There are two general ways to easily create modals in Drupal. The first, and common method is to use the ColorBox or the Lightbox2 modules. For more control over theming and content of the modal, and gain knowledge of how modal windows work, I took the plunge into Earl Miles' (aka Merlin of Chaos) Chaos Tools, or CTools method of modal creation.
Breaking Drupal 7 Webforms into Multiple Steps the Easy Way. I recently played the role of Information Architect on a site remodel.
We were charged with the task of doing a brand new build to replace an existing Flash site. One of the priorities of the client was to retain the elaborate Request for Quote form. There were many, many form fields that comprised this web form so I began to ponder if we should break the form up into a multiple step form, to improve the overall user experience. Insert a form into a pop-up modal with CTools and Drupal 7. 10 Steps to Creating A CTools Modal Window with Drupal 7. Building Custom cTools Plugins in Drupal 7. cTools is one of those critical Drupal 7 modules many others depend on.
It provides a lot of APIs and functionality that makes life easier when developing modules. Views and Panels are just two examples of such powerhouses that depend on it. cTools makes available different kinds of functionality. Object caching, configuration exportability, form wizards, dialogs and plugins are but a few. Ubercart. Ubercart is the most popular Drupal E-Commerce platform for your website.
It implements everything you need to start selling products online. Web Developers from all skill ranges can use it to support a variety of E-Commerce industries-- including physical goods, digital downloads, or even subscription based billing services. Ubercart can do it all! For more details, be sure to visit the What is Ubercart? Page for more info. Current Features: Ubercart is PayPal certified and integrates PayPal Website Payments Standard, Website Payments Pro, and Express Checkout. You are responsible to ensure your merchants and customers are protected from online payment fraud. Support & Issue Tracking Ubercart maintains a customized support forum at the community site. (Please note: the issue tracker enabled here at Drupal.org is for specific bug reporting and documentation deficiencies only. In addition to the forums, community members regularly hang out in #drupal-ubercart on irc.freenode.net. Overview of theme files.
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