Somehow, I've never came across vhost_alias_module until now.
If you're like us and have dev/stage/prod environments where one of the only httpd conf changes is the (sub)domain, writing a VirtualHost directive 3+ times can become a pain.
Enter vhost_alias_module, a super simple solution to this problem.
Although being removed from core in D8, the book module can come in handy in some situations.
However, there's rather limited functionality in terms of menu organization. Particularly not being able to have "non-linked" headers for sections of the book.
There are a lot of modules out there for redirecting users on login, but they're pretty heavy if all you want to do is redirect the user.
This has to be done just about every time you are configuring a name, and (for me) is easy to forget the correct syntax.
You know.. that little syndication icon at the bottom of
taxonomy/term/% pages that doesn't have a setting to remove.
When enabling the core
content translation module on Drupal, and setting a content type to
Enabled, with translation, you get a small link at the bottom of each node
to view the translated content in the various defined languages.
This is all well and good, but you may have another language switcher elsewhere on the page, making it redundant and confusing.
UPDATE July 25, 2014: We've created a small drupal module for this. It's still sandbox but is rather stable and will likely be promoted to full project status soon.
You can see the project page here or just check it out:
git clone --branch 7.x-1.x http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/skh/2277041.git markdown_toggle
Being a markup freak, WYSIWYG editors never felt quite right, which is why I love markdown.
Starting with Drupal 7, before enabling CSS aggregation,
@import statements are used to mitigate the stylesheet limitations of IE 6-9. This can cause unexpected behaviour in some scripts.