I couldn't find any decent modules for allowing you do do volume (bulk) pricing such as buy X amount of a product and price is Y.
I've also added a cart message to notify a consumer about the possible savings if they buy more of said product.
A hastily thrown together module for debugging Solr indexing of Durpal nodes.
Provides a tab on nodes for users with 'administer apachesolr' permission with 2 capabilities:
1. Enter a search phrase to view the scoring details for that phrase for the current node and the top ranked node.
2. A button to force the current node to be immediately re-indexed. (as opposed to putting it in a queue to be reindexed on some future cron run.)
This should be trivial to upgrade to Drupal 7. I'll probably do it at some point, but if someone beats me to it, please post a patch and I'll commit it & roll a release for everyone.
This module can handles multiple Linkedin groups posts using in panel configuration which provides integration with the LinkedIn Group Posts.
It supports the following features:
Displaying 'Linkedin group discussion post' block for the specified Group in each panel configuration,
The Linkedin Groups 7.x-1.x-dev version requires LinkedIn Group Posts module.
The module provide schema to import and store free zip code database and functions to work with data.
Data can be obtained from http://greatdata.com/free-zip-code-database
Note: only US.
Online is a distribution that enables to quickly develop a drupal site for small business. Clean code and speed optimizations are t the core of tis distribution.
There seems to have been a long running argument about how one should migrate data from the deprecated core-profile module to Drupal 7. What there does not seem to have been is a way to actually do the job.
This is a pretty minimal (read - written in a rush) module to migrate any data that you have attached using the old core-profile fields into fields.api fields attached to the user object.
The module has a fairly minimal UI admin/config/people/profilefields but is really intended to be used with drush. The included drush command is "prup" and you can see the help for it with the usual "drush help prup"