This module provides two functionalities. It helps you to define which menu link should be active when a node (or entity) is not directly linked to a menu link and it makes menu items fieldable (D7 version).Read more
Implementation of the Google Living Stories specification: http://code.google.com/p/living-stories/
@note: code is in early development and will be comitted to the CVS, soon. If you are interested to help-out, please, leave a note on the issue queue.
Placeholder for the module posted at http://forum.civicrm.org/index.php?topic=4628.0 , once it gets it's Drupal 6 update.
Headline is light, subtle white and grey theme, that is intended to convey a newspaper like look. It would be ideal for all news sites or blogs.
The theme comes with a fixed width of 975px. Left and right sidebar are optional, thus the theme can work as one, two or three column layout.
It features name, slogan, user pictures in posts and the like and there is plenty of footer space in four columns.
Classes for images are predefined as well.
This module adds ec_products and variations functionality to Drupal's E-Commerce package.
Subproducts functionality is divided into two distinct types: variations and base products.
Variation-type products are products that have ec_products that are defined by a combination of attributes--for example, a color (blue) and a size (small). Product types that return themselves as part of the 'ec_product_types' productapi option are considered to support variation-type ec_products. An example is the apparel module in ecommerce/contrib.
Product variations and attribute data are stored in dedicated tables and accessed and updated through a user interface, similar to (and based on) the UI in Drupal core for administering the forum module's vocabulary and terms. Before users can create ec_products, a site administrator must first designate available variations and their attributes.
The second type of ec_product is the base-type. In this case, a ec_product is not itself a combination of attributes, but is a reference to a product that has such attributes. For example, a logo (the parent product) might be available printed on a small, blue shirt (the ec_product). Product types that return product types other than themselves as part of the 'ec_product_types' productapi option are considered to support base-type ec_products. An example is the custom module in ecommerce/contrib.