Displays an image of the most used color in an image file.
This module aims to provide the ability to edit File entities inline, as part of another form (such as nodes). This should enable the ability for reusable and site-wide editing of file properties, such as description, alt text, captions, bylines, etc.
- File entity
- File (part of core)
Configuration is on a per-field basis. So to configure this module, you must visit the "Manage Fields" tab for your content type (or taxonomy terms, comments, etc.) By default, all fields on all file types are displayed. If you want to make things like "description" and "alt text" global instead of per-usage, you should disable the built-in description and alt text fields and use those provided by a file type instead.
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Allows you to set certain CCK fields as premium. Premium fields will only be shown if the user has premium access (per the premium_content module) to the given node.
This module provides an argument, context and relationship handler for CCK Fields. This allows you to use a CCK Field to provide a Node context as a URL argument (useful if your nodes have unique identifier fields (other than NID, obviously)).
The Relationship handler can also be used to pass CCK Fields as a context into a View's arguments.