This is a joint Educational project of the Drupalista's group to implement a panel that 'slides' out from the left or right, over the content of a page. In the initial version, the content of the panel is entered through the administrative panel and there is one trigger block that can be positioned in a region. Later versions will support multiple trigger blocks and panels. The Link below describes our initial project. The feature to implement the animated buttons within the panel will be implemented in a separate CKeditor plugin.
The module automatically generates thumbnail for teasers and RSS feeds. From images included in node body (or imagefield which attached to node).
- Using Image Styles for thumbnail.
- Ability settings separately for each type of nodes. Or by default for any.
- Integration with Views.
- Content (view modes, fields)
via Ajax, using
This module provides a field group for use on entity displays, which "implodes" all of its contained fields into one. Most common use is to display two fields on the same line, such as in the case of first name / last name. You can control the "glue" which is used to connect the fields (eg, a space, a semi-colon, the word "and", etc.). It can also be used to do the same to all members of a multi-value field. And yes, you can have nested implosions. :)
This module depends on the Field Group module.
This module allows site builders to create blocks out of regions in the site's theme. In doing so it allows for a "block of blocks" that can be placed and themed as a group.
An example would be if you are using Facet API for a site search, and want all facet blocks grouped together in your sidebar region.
- Turn theme regions into blocks
- Set cache for each block or all blocks of this module.
Visit this module's README.txt for instructions.
Fielder allows you to embed node fields (images, videos, files and any others) right in the node body using a simple inline tag:
The real power of this module comes when you writes a long article and wants to insert some images and videos between its paragraphs.
- fieldname — machine name of a field
- items (optional) — index of item (or range of items)
- position (optional) — 'default', 'center', 'left' or 'right'
All following constructions are supported:
[field_images]— all attached images
[field_images:0]— first attached image
[field_images:1]— second attached image
[field_images:1|right]— second image (right floated)
[field_images:1-2|right]— both second and third images (right floated)
- Download and install the module as usual.
- That's it!
Note: Technically Fielder is not a filter -> no additional configuration required.