Webform registration was born from the need to allow visitors that came to the site and fill out a sweepstakes from that had to not only post those values to Eloqua (not included in this module) but also create a new user.
This project is sponsored by Achieve InternetFind out more · Bugs and feature requestsDomain SSLBy xjm on the 26th of August, 2010
This module adds support for mixed use of SSL and non-SSL (http and https protocols) for the 6.x branch of Domain Access.
Currently, Domain Access allows you to specify per domain whether to use http or https, and if a domain source is configured, URLs throughout that site (including form actions and so forth) use that protocol. However, if your site mixes use of both protocols (say, with SSL to protect the user login page, admin pages, or authenticated sessions in general), Domain Access does not support that configuration.
For background information, see the original issue: #758714: Allow both http and https for a given domain?Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsFeatures OverrideBy nedjo on the 26th of August, 2010
Makes it possible to selectively override components (Views, content types, etc.) of existing features and export just the changes to code. Main use case is to build new features on top of existing ones. See #876226: Export changes to feature components.
At present this module is highly experimental and almost completely untested. Expect it to break things. But please post issues when it does!Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsSampler APIBy hunmonk on the 26th of August, 2010
The Sampler API allows modules to easily collect and store calculated pieces of data at periodic intervals. It's designed primarily to assist in collection, storage, and display of metrics.
Modules leveraging the API provide it with a metric to track (eg. 'Number of comments added to a node') a listing of objects to be tracked (for example, you may only want to track that for certain nodes) , a sample interval (eg. 'every 3 days'), and a function that returns the calculated values for the metric based on time intervals (eg. 'give me the values that you want to store for the period of January 1st midnight to January 4th midnight) .
Based on the provided data, the framework:Performs time calculations to determine the regular intervals to sample Calls the necessary functions to gather the calculated values Handles all storage of the metrics Provides default views of the metrics
The API provides a good bit of flexibility to define whatever sample interval you want. You can also pull samples a la carte very easily, for both a custom time range and a custom list of objects (eg. 'Show me the number of comments added to these three nodes over the last year').
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