The Gallerix module is a simple gallery module allowing you to easily upload images and display them on a page. The Gallerix pages are called Album.Read more
This module provides an efficient and flexible way of storing content in a hierarchy. You can use this hierarchy for site menus, scoped searches, and node references.
- Hierarchy field: use CCK fields to create and maintain node trees for your site
- Hierarchy menu: Show your hierarchies in the primary and secondary links menu, or from within a correctly-nested block.
- Hierarchy: A generalized hierarchy API, which stores the hierarchical links and provides views integration
This module is still in devleopment, and your mileage may vary.
This package defines a couple of useful Views style plugins. If you have a view sorted first by a date field, you can show the results grouped by month. If you have a view sorted first by Taxonomy Term, you can show the results grouped by taxonomy term.
(Note: This module used to be called "Group By Month". Its name was changed because it now has a couple of handy groupers, and may include more in the future).
This module shows how the view interpreted the dates you typed into the exposed
filters. If your input was not understood, you will get a validation error.
If you typed in a date in non-canonical format, it will be shown to you in
canonical format when you see the search results.
This module only understands the jscal widget. It was designed on a custom
site that backed up the jscal widget with strtotime. Normally, jscal only
accepts input in canonical format anyway, so the translation to canonical
format might not be that useful to most people.
This module makes a filter available to any view:
Taxonomy: Term from current node
You can use this module in this type of situation: You can define a block which contains a view. The view uses the filter "Taxonomy: Term from current node", and therefore the view will contain nodes that share taxonomy terms with the current node being displayed. You could label that block "Related content".
Allows you to create a view that is the union of multiple "sub-views".
For example, you could make a view that gets all the events within a certain date range, plus all the sticky events, regardless of whether they are in the date range.
Also, you can optionally set it to grab only a certain number of results from each sub-view. You can also have it grab zero results from a sub-view if exposed filters are used.