Naming is at once the setting of a boundary, and also the repeated inculcation of a norm.
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Add the ability to filter taxonomy terms to only active ones or direct children.
This will generate a folder navigation effect and avoid to display a very long list of terms.
The rendering is the same as for a "Date" facet which allows to progressively fine-tune value.Requirements
OpenStack Object Storage (Swift) is ideal for cost effective, scale-out storage. It provides a fully distributed, API-accessible storage platform that can be integrated directly into applications or used for backup, archiving and data retention. It's a part of OpenStack, a free and open-source software cloud computing platform. Which is primarily deployed as an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solution.
Creates auto login URLs on demand and through tokens.
This is mostly a developer's module. The better use for me is to convert all links of a specific text to auto login links.
It also provides two tokens that you may use on mass emailing like simplenews.Use case
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Makes NavBar awesome by implementing Font Awesome + Google's Material Design concepts.Making Navbar Awesome
This module helps take Navbar to a different experience. It allows site builders to provide site users and clients with a cleaner implementation of Navbar.
I know what you're thinking, "oh another JS library module, a glorified library hook. Whoopty doo.". Before you close the browser tab, give me a chance.
Handlebars.js is a great library that has made writing JS+HTML a breeze. That in and of itself, has nothing to do with Drupal really. What does? Well the one thing I wish was easier about Handlebars.js is adding includes to your JS files - that's where Drupal comes in.
- This is a module in development -Overview
This is basically an extension module for feeds and feeds tamper. To my understanding, it works in the exact opposite way of Synonyms. Instead of accepting and incorporating synonyms, it tries to exterminate them.
The main reason I created this module and probably its better use case is importing data through feeds and feeds_tamper.