This simple module adds a new filter for each field created on the site. Specifically this filter see if the entity has at least one element or not in a particular field.
For example you could create a view with an exposed filter to see which contents have at least one term in the Tags field.
After you enable the module , you can find a new options in the filter criteria for each field. These end with ":has_item"
Views Argument Session is a plugin (Views) that adds a clean way to retrieve information from User session variable.
This module adds basic exposure of the Block's module tables to Views.
It exposes to Views the block table as base table so you can build a view of blocks.
Very simply, it adds a "Content ID from Alias" to the list of options for supplying a default value to a contextual filter when the value is not present in the URL.
It works by getting the request path, and checking if the path translates successfully to a node system path. If it does it returns the node ID, otherwise it continues down the path argument chain, chopping the right-most path argument off and checking the remainder. This repeats until no path arguments remain, at which point false will be returned.
Allows you to define representative image or media fields for entities like nodes, taxonomy terms and the like. These can then be used in Open Graph meta tags (via tokens); or as fields in views. The media module is also supported. A default image can be defined for those entities without images.
This module is sponsored by TP1 in Montreal
- A setting in admin/structure/types/manage/my_content_type allowing you to select a representative image field. For example, for articles the representative field might be image, but for some other content type it might be logo, etc.
- A token [node:representative-image], which you can use anywhere you use tokens, which gives you a full URL to that Image. If you don't need a token, you can also use the representative_image() function. Tokens can the be used with Metatag Open Graph module to display, in the og:image meta tag, a representative image for your node, which might be different per node type.
- Support for image fields, even when using the media module (>= 2.x).