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- Bypassing Form Validations and Required Fields in Drupal: the BFV module.
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- Git shell on Windows reports “sh.exe has stopped working (APPCRASH)”
- Installing Drupal on Windows and SQL Server
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- Drupal on IIS or Apache
- Setting up Code Syntax Higlighting with Drupal
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This module provides a new line item type of refund_line_item.
When editing an existing order you can add a refund line item to any item in the cart that does not already have a refund applied to it.
The module suppresses the display of error messages (usually from validations) on Forms.
You can configure the form ids on which you would want the errors to be suppressed.
This does not mean that the form is submitted skipping validation. Drupal's validation still holds good. It is just that the display of error messages is suppressed.
In fact the error classes that Drupal adds to the form fields when the form reloads still exist.
We are currently working on a great ‘Headless’ project, based on our Drupal distro OpenLucius. Sounds scary, 'headless', but it is making us, Drupal backend developers, very happy.
Earlier I wrote a blog about Drupal web services: building a (RESTful) API on Drupal. This is also known as Headless Drupal. The phenomenon has been around longer, but in the past months Headless Drupal seems to be much more active. All over the world I see a lot of code and blogs appearing within this context.
This is the Drupal 7 companion module for the Bootstrap base theme project. This module will automatically be included in the base project for Drupal 8 (pending #2390973: Allow themes to contain companion modules and depend on them).
This module implements Openstack Zaqar as a queue backend for Drupal. Zaqar is designed as an alternative to other cloud queuing systems such as Amazon SQS and is known to be currently used in production at Rackspace.
This module integrates the Mexican Payment Gateway Conekta into Drupal Commerce
Conekta supports three types of payment methods:
- Direct credit card payment
- Cash payment in OXXO stores
- Split into months without interest rate Credit card payment
Note: For now only the direct credit card payment is implemented, probably I will implement OXXO payment soon but no plans for the split into monts payment method so if you want to help just ping me.
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Provides ability to hide submit or next button until all required fields are filled.
By default there are three options to handle the behaviour for the webform action button. After installing the module, please visit the webform node edit page and choose the preferred option:
Display button — Default behaviour, button will be displayed as usual
Disable button — Button will be displayed but disabled until all required fields are filled
Hide button — Button will be hidden until all required fields are filled.
This module is an add-on for the CAPTCHA module to provide a mathematical equation challenge as a CAPTCHA. The question presented is an image instead of text to prevent auto-crawling and parsing via robots. Images are created on the fly much like the Image CAPTCHA module that comes with CAPTCHA.
** This module used Image CAPTCHA as a foundation and was modified from that. So all due credit to the creators of CAPTCHA for providing that starting point **
Colorized gmap module allows to create blocks with google map.
This module provides UI there you are able to:
-colorize any elements of the map
-hide unnecessary controls (such as zoom) or change position
-customize marker image and some other features
Created by ADCI solutions team