onestylecomua (onestylecomua) wrote in mydrupalcoua,

Модуль: Hose XML

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Hose XML exports nodes as XML via a UI generated fields to XML mapping profile.


Field content validation rules defined in profile CCK support XML export as an action XML dumped to file raw or zipped

Coming soon:

XML import - create or update node via profile Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsSmart CropBy grendzy on the 9th of September, 2010

Smart Crop is an imagecache action that crops based on entropy, which produces more pleasing results when cropping to a fixed aspect (for example it can help prevent cutting of people's heads when cropping a portrait to a square).

Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsPassword reset restrictBy recidive on the 9th of September, 2010

Enables a period of time to be set to throttle how often a password reminder email can be sent to each user.

This can be used to prevent a user being sent multiple password reminders by a malicious visitor that knows their username.

Sponsorship Initial development - BrightTALK Development Developed by Henrique Recidive for Code Positive. Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsContext Block ClassesBy jerdavis on the 9th of September, 2010

Context Block Class gives users of the Context module the ability to define custom classes for blocks per context, both for each block and globally for a region. The module implements a context reaction, providing the interface required for adding classes to blocks which have been defined for that context. This unlocks a tremendous amount of theming flexibility for users of Context module. When combined with a grid based theme or any other theme which implements re-usable styles, the options are endless!

Requirements Context Installation Enable the module. Ensure that your theme has a copy of block.tpl.php. Insert a PHP snippet to your theme's block.tpl.php file(s) that prints the $context_block_classes variable (see below). To add a class to a block or to all blocks within a region, add the "Block classes" reaction to your context. Adding the php snippet

Add this snippet to your theme's block.tpl.php inside the block's class definition:

Here's the first line of the Garland theme's block.tpl.php prior to adding the code:


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