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Drupal wrapper for the wonderful jQuery Week Calendar written by Rob Monie with appointment slots as an additional feature and Google Calendar as an obvious inspiration.
This module aims to implement a time-only field for CCK.
Feature that provides calendar functionality to Nodestream.
Automatically create and maintain multiple nodes from a template node.
This module will help to create and maintain a set of nodes corresponds to a set of users from a template node of a particular content type.
Whatever change made to the template node will also get reflected in the nodes created from the template node.
This module depends on trigger and userreference (cck) modules.
This is a simple module that has a "enter giveaway" button for users to enter a giveaway or contest. The enter giveaway button changes to a "sign in" button if the user is not already signed in.
Once the user hits the button they are redirected to a "Thank you for signing up" page that is unique to them and can't be used by anyone else.
Their entries are recorded in the database and available for exporting via a "export" button viewable by administrators.
They will (can be) sent a "Thanks for signing up email." which has been specified via several of the cck fields.
Currently I have the cck and context bundled in a feature and will include that soon.
A set of Drupal modules to manage orienteering events, venues, and club membership.
This modules shows the profiles of Golden and Silver blood donors.
Create new events and allows users to register for these events free and paid and get paid by PayPal payment gateway.
- PayPal payment options
- Create Paid and Free events
- Status options - Active, Pending, Cancelled, Waiting
- Create Private / Public events
- Event Copy
- CAPTCHA security images
- Upcoming Events Block
- Export events CSV
This is the preliminary home of the signup to entity registration migration module. This will copy over all signups from the prior signup module tables over to an entity named 'signup_entity_migration' (first step; maybe make it more flexible down the line).
UPDATE AS OF Feb 3, 2011:
- When the module is installed, it will automatically create an registration bundle named signup_registration. This is for an easier migration process.
- It currently creates a field named signup_registration_name to go with it. I have not yet decided what should happen to the phone number. It is fairly easy to implement, however.
- The registration bundle field is attached to all prior nodes that had signup enabled on them. I haven't started to look at setting up any other information regarding this.
- The module will use the migrate module for migrating over prior nodes and signups. Most of the node settings migrate over. However, there are a few things that need to get sorted out such as how to get the prior node date in as the closing date. I'm not sure how field names change between D6 and D7 (cck to core fields) so moving over the dates may be a bit of a challenge. But aside from that, all other data is migrating over fairly nicely.
This module makes it easy for content editors to easily create webforms to go along with other posts. A support module is included for creating RSVP forms for Events.
See README.txt for additional information.
Using this module, administrator can integrate Drupal with LimeSurvey,an open source powerful feature packed survey tool, which gives the capability of importing users from Drupal to LimeSurvey and registered users of Drupal site can see the public active surveys in there dashboard and take them as well! Furthermore, grant some users the ability to create survey or manage templates(if you wish!) on the basis of Roles or on per user basis! This module will be very useful for those who need a nice website/blog with the power of survey management.
This module's equivalent in WordPress : SurveyPress .
Provides a flexible countdown block to your site.
Set the date for the timer to end then just add the block to your desired region.
- End time
- Remaing time prefix
- Remaing time suffix
- Expiry message
There will also be theme hooks to change the output html to your liking.
Similar to the Countdown project however there isnt much option in terms of HTML output.
This module was sponsored by Precedent. Precedent is a UK Top 10 professional communications consultancy passionate about new media, delivering strategy, research, design development, information architecture, content management, accessibility and usability solutions for web, online and offline brand creation and implementation for corporate identity.
A new extension for FullCalendar. This module allows you to click directly on the calendar to create new events. Currently only supports nodes, generic entities will be supported after #1437902: Allow custom $form_state to be used with entity_form().
About this module
This module allow to add day select restrictions in the date_popup widget from
the date moduel that could be displayed as custom form widget, in a entity
with date field or as a exposed filter in a view. The approach to restrict the
selectable days is done used a view display that is used as a data source of
dates that we are interested to allow selectable in our widget. Other days not
returned by this view will be unselectable.
How to install
- Enable this module as usual
- Create a view with the filter criteria that satisfy your logic for the
allowed selectable dates, this view display must return a datetime field with
all the dates that you want to make selectable.
- Configure the data source view for the date popup restrictions at
admin/settings/date_popup_restrict and select the previous created view and
- Done. Test at any form that display a date_popup widget and will allow to
select only the dates retrived by your view.
Day Tripper G Map configures the Day Tripper module to work with the Google Map API and the Google Directions API.
This GraphicMail Module allows our clients to easily integrate our newsletter subscription form into their Drupal-created websites, so their GraphicMail mailing list can be automatically updated. It makes it easier for you to manage your contact list and ensures that you are able to adhere to the industry best practices of opt-in email marketing.
This module intends to make an eSports League on a Drupal website. At this stage is on an early development.
If you want to look at this module in action please visit: www.esports.mx
Contributors are welcome.
This module provides a set of tools for creating and maintaining a website for small non-profit organizations.
After building several Drupal sites to support some non-profit organizations composed of members with varying degrees of Internet skills, and often little or no website development or administrative skills, I've decided to see if I could create a core set of modules that provide 80+% of what each of previous sites required. The modules should be straight forward to enable and support so that the person implementing the site is not tied down to administrating it forever. An additional goal is that each tool/sub-module should be capablie of being extended (if needed) by custom programing to provide new features.
Integration between Registration and Organic Groups module.
This module essentially combines ubercart products with the signup module.
This is not the a port of the [uc_signup module on drupal.org](http://drupal.org/project/uc_signup). This module takes a significantly different approach to integration.
To use this module simply:
- Enable uc_product module
- Enable signup module
- Enable signups on an ubercart product
This module does the rest. First it disables the signup links for these products so that they have to be bought and not signed up for.
Then, by using ubercart hooks, this module checks orders upon checkout complete to see if they can be signed up for. If so, the user is signed up!
Why is this project in the sandbox? Because there is already a uc_signup module, and we didn't want to make yet another one. Hopefully uc_signup can use this code for a 7.2.x branch, or in helping with a port, or in some other way.
Test module to check the description
Message of the Day module. Stay tuned.