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This module provide a formatter for image field. You can choose to display the width, the height or both of the image.
I created this module when refactoring the OpenLayers Styles layer in the OpenLayers module.
This module and the module image URL formatter will now be needed if you want to display image as graphics for your markers.
This module shows real SQL query in Views UI during live preview.
'Real query' means it is rewritten by query_alter hooks. For instance, node access checks are added, so this requires selecting the user on behalf of which the query is supposed to be executed. So the module adds 'User ID to show final query' field in views preview form. You must enter numeric user ID in this field to view the real SQL query.
Due to the changes in Flag 3.4 it is no longer possible to flag non-entities. (From this version on Flag module token handling explicitly assumes that the flagging type is an entity type. As a consequence for node_type flaggings it continually throws "Undefined index" notices I don't think is possible to get rid of.) Therefore I mark this module Obsolete and Unsupported.
Depending on the Flag module Node type flag allows flagging node types.
This module provides an image formatter who allows you to set an image in background of a div.
The images are from a field of an entity and not from a configuration page or sth else, so it's very easy to setup and manage.
Allows url query values to be used as contextual filter arguments. This module is an answer to the many stackoverflow topics where the solution is to fetch query parameters by using the default PHP argument filter in Views (yucks!).
1- A special kind of layout to glossary view(which is available by default with views) or any view, see in screenshot.
2- Providing pager with selectbox and textbox.
3-A default view is added for example.
4- Making items per pager independent of expose form submit.(A usability improvement).
Go to module configuration and enter view machine names separated by comma. See the layout on view.
Views gives you the ability to create blocks for your page views' exposed filters, allowing you to place your exposed filters in arbitrary regions (via Core Block module, Context, or Panels). If you've wanted the same capability for your block views, this is the module for you.
When defining a search view in the Search Views module (part of the Search API module) and exposing the Fulltext search filter, the view will display all results if the search text is empty. This module changes this behavior to display either the view's No Results content or a custom message.