Software downloads, modules, ...etc.
The following is a list of Drupal modules contributed by 2bits.com, and their version numbers for supported Drupal version.
This list may not reflect the latest module releases on drupal.org, which will always have our latest publicly released modules.
Moreover, we are co-maintainers of other projects along with fellow contributors from the worldwide community.
If you want any of our modules extended, modified or customized to fit your site's requirements, please create a project request.
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A new module that helps with busy sites has been released.
This is the session expire module.
On busy sites, the number of rows in Drupal's sessions table can be really high. We saw sites with 1.7 million rows in it!
Drupal's core relies on PHP garbage collection to do this cleanup, but the options are sometimes not set correctly in php.ini, and vary from distro to distro, so the cleanup may not kick in at all. Moreover, the cleanup can be triggered by normal page views.
Here is an example module that demonstrates how to use the new Userpoints API, currently available in 4.7.x-2.x.
This is a simple module that shows how a module can act on points gained/lost.
The site admin define a threshold of points, if it is reached, then the user will get a custom email message. The message can be customized, for example, they can get a free gift or something like that.
This module demonstrates the following:
Here is a module that can come in handy in certain cases.
Say you have a site and want to delete all content in it.
A custom module providing a complex front page with sections.
Written for telecentre.org, on Drupal 4.6.
On 4.7, the views module probably does most of what this module does.
Lists the most recently posted nodes by a certain group of users. User IDs and node types are selectable.
For Drupal 4.6.
Download the recent module from Bryght's SVN repository.
This is a custom category list module for Drupal 4.6, providing a custom term/node type combination listing, as well as a context sensitive block.
The views module probably supercedes this module for 4.7.
Download the catlist module from Bryght's SVN repository.
This is a module that displays a pseudo-gallery from RSS feeds.
The module was developed for telecentre.org, for Drupal 4.6.
Download aggregator gallery from Bryght's SVN repository.
Spread Fire Fox is a web site dedicated to marketing the Fire Fox browser, and they use an affiliate system to track who refers them the most.
Users select a button or an email link and publish it on their site, and then they get listed with a link back if they make the top X in the list.
This is a clone of the Spread Fire Fox affiliate module with some enhancements.
It works with Drupal 4.7.
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