New Drupal Modules
The Flag per Node module extends the Flag module and provides a flexible way to control which flags are visible on which nodes. Flag per Node can define custom flag access for individual pieces of content with a default setting per content type. The code is heavily inspired by the Content Access module, but is specifically applied to flags.
Nice little module that splits out PHP notices and warnings from the normal Drupal dblog and syslog modules.
The reference value pair combines an entity reference with a free text value field in one new field type.
Site builders often end up using field collection or entity reference modules when all they want to do is store a value and a reference.
This module bundles the two things, a reference to some entity and a value together in one field. It can reference any entity, the value field is a simple text field.
One typical use is storing a measurement with its unit where the units are stored in a taxonomy (e.g 50 liter, 20 cm, 80 %).
It is strongly adviced to use an encryption method that has been recommended by the Encrypt module maintainers. Usage of this module is discouraged.
This is a sub-module to Facets. It provides integration with Views. With this module enabled, exposed filters and contextual filters can be used as facet sources on views pages. Core Views Facets depends on Facets and Views. Search API is a weak dependency through Facets as well, but it does not need to be configured.
This module does not alter the query of the view itself, it only provides URLs built accordingly to trigger the respective filters.
HTTP Field Update (HFU) is an extremely lightweight module for updating entity fields via HTTP requests. This is not a RESTful implementation and is not intended to be one. Its aim is to provide a very simple and quick way to do bulk updates or have an external system make quick, simple updates to an entity.
What it does:
It's pretty simple, HFU provides the following endpoint:
/hfu/<entity type>/<entity id>
To update a field on that entity, use query parameters in the form of:
Read Time displays the time it will take to read content on your site.
A pseudo-field is added to each content type that you can show or hide from the Manage Display page. You can also configure:
- which fields are used to calculate the read time,
- the average reading speed of your site's audience,
- the format the read time is displayed in,
- and additional information to display alongside the read time (such as a label).
This glue module helps building SearchAPI Views that use Exposed Filters and Facet blocks.
For more Information see its Origin at #1797616: Marry facets and Views exposed filters and the Readme.
For reference, there are other similar modules and old sandboxes out there:
Better Jump Menu is a module who provides:
- The Drupal menu blocks with menu links in a select box instead of a list.
- A Views style plugins to display links into a select box.
- It can display any entity field in a select list, see features below.
This module has been made to cope with bugs in the original CTools implementation but some new features has been added.
Module provides a field to upload an image and associate it with menu item. The module based on Managed File which gives the possibilities to choose style for an image and see the preview of uploaded file.
Extend default managed_file widget, which is a part of Form API, by a set of useful features. See examples below to be involved.Usage
These additional options for element with '#type' => 'managed_file' is come with this module:
Add the Browse files link before the file input to use one of available file managers:// Also could be "ckfinder".
'#widget' => 'imce',
Tired to add an image styles for every managed file field?
Provides a base block that allows block configuration settings to be edited and maintained using YAML.