This module provides a common space for managing commonly used site details, including the core Drupal site settings. It also provides a handful of blocks for simple display of site information.
This module allows customization of displayed field labels, including its HTML element and CSS classes.
The Link Widget module provides an elegant way for wrapping an link around a "image" or "text" field type output. This module is dependent upon the Field Widget Storage API, which provides a solution for saving extra widget configurations alongside a field.
What are the differences between Link Widget and related link modules?
The biggest difference is based on the modules architect; instead of creating another field type, I just created a field widget that extends the field configurations. You can make either an image or text field type linkable. This concept can be extended and can accommodate for other field types in future releases.
What are the advantages of the Link Widget module?
There are a couple advantages of the Link Widget module. First and foremost, there is less code to maintain. As I'm only defining a field widget, and don't have to worry about recreating the field component. Second, the Link Widget is flexible and making a text or image field linkable, is super easy and can be done by just selecting a field widget type "Link".Read more
This module will add a jQuery slider to the page allowing end users to adjust the size of the type on the page. It can add the slider to the $node->content render array and also provides a ctools plugin for placement in panels.
Simple module for disabling add comment links.
In some case the primary menu want more than
- element. This module helped developer can customize display of sub-menu item, by using Views module to customize output of display, so you can easily style the element and also fully integrate with drupal's menu system.
*Use with Bootstrap: http://drupal.org/project/bootstrap