Zyxware releases new Drupal modules
Zyxware is happy to announce the release of new modules to the Drupal community. The modules were released in quick succession last month.
slick menu : This module returns a theme that can be used for theming menus using the Slick JS Library. The themed menu will be displayed as a horizontal slider.
Grid Height Normalizer: This module is suitable for e-commerce sites, where the details of products and services are showcased as tiles laid out on a grid. The different amount of data in each tile resulted in uneven size of the tiles, thus breaking the grid alignment. The Grid Height Normalizer retrieves the size of the biggest tile and applies it to all the other tiles, thus maintaining the grid layout.
Image Showcase Block: Ideal for e-commerce sites, Image Showcase Block enables you to showcase the uploaded images in a block. The block for images is created using a slider. The module also offers options to zoom the selected image using the Elevate Zoom jQuery plugin.
Multi Level Taxonomy Auto Complete: This module provides a flat taxonomy with hierarchy as auto-complete suggestion for a text field in custom form. The module uses the jQuery token input library for the autocomplete functionality. The appearance of the drop-down and chosen items can be changed by overriding the css.
Ajax Pager API: If you are working with custom pages such as reports, or a content listing using custom queries, and want to replace the stock Drupal page with a pager that fetches the paged content using Ajax, this module is just right for you. In addition, this modules pager retains the history of the pages visited by the user from the paged element using Benjamin Lupton's History.js. This enables the users to navigate the previous pages using the browser back and forward buttons.
Jquery Upload Fapi: This module helps to utilize the Jquery File Upload plugin in custom forms. The module defines a custom form field widget using the hook_element_info, which can be used in custom forms via code.
Two more modules are expected to be released this week. We sincerely appreciate the combined efforts of the developers and the testing team who have made this possible.