The Drupal 7 version also provides a wysiwyg editor button.
DBFM is a file manager based on a hierarchical directory structure and uses AJAX to allow administrators to arrange files in the database in the same way they do with file managers on their personal systems.
DBFM stores its files in a database as opposed to the filesystem. This enables advanced manipulation of the uploaded information. Keywords, notes and other meta-data can be added to uploaded documents, document revision management is now possible. Future revisions of DBFM will include extensive searching of this meta-data.
This allows site administrators, or even site users to arrange massive collections of documentation and images on their sites.
DBFM can also be used in conjunction with the Organics Groups module to provide access control to files and directories.
Additionally, DBFM has been prepared for Multi-site replication - allowing site administrators to run multiple drupal sites containing the same documentation.
A plugin is also included for the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor, enabling you to embed/attach images on your pages and resize them to suit your requirements.
- Application-like look and feel via AJAX
- Drag and drop move of files and directories
- Attachment of files to nodes
- Embedding of images in the virtual filesystem to nodes
- Single file upload
- Image preview pane
This modules enables the split testing of two Drupal themes. Each alternating anonymous visitor to the site is assigned a different theme, and if the user reaches the action page (such as a thankyou page) the conversion is recorded. The split test ends when the total number of visitors to test, is reached.
Also see Multivariate module
Sam Hassell of Webzen. The author can also be contacted for paid customizations of this module as well as Drupal consulting, installation, development, and customizations.
Blueprint is a starter Drupal theme meant to make development of custom themes faster.
Version 2.0 is now out!
The big improvements are added customization settings on the theme settings page, right-to-left language support, and a more robust system for sub-theming, including a basic starter theme.
NOTE: The Blueprint CSS framework files have now been moved out of the theme folder and into the libraries folder at /sites/all/libraries/blueprint. Additionally support has been added for the Libraries API module allowing you to place the file in any of the locations that the Libraries API supports. This change was made to clean up the theme folder and because while doing Drush updates, the Blueprint CSS files were getting removed.
Make:The 2.x version now includes a .make file for those that use Drush_make that will automagically download the framework files.
- Normalizes Drupal’s CSS to be consistent.
- Put scripts at bottom of page for nice performance gains.
This project is no longer supported. For a better way of implementing this feature please use the States API, or the Conditional fields module.
This module provides a way to provide extra input field when special choices are selected. It is similar to the built-in options module, the difference is that one can select sensitive "trigger" options when those are selected a textfield appears.
Stable version currently works with select list (no multiselect), radio and checkboxes, offering only one trigger option. New features are coming in to the 2.x branch, but it might be unstable and buggy, use it with caution.
The development of this module was sponsored by BioRAFT.
Webmail is currently in an early development stage. Do not install this module in production environments. Even in development environments connecting to actual mailboxes may result in data loss.
This suite of modules will provide the ability to access external mail accounts (IMAP or POP3) to read, write and manage your e-mail right on your Drupal site.Read more