Views Menu Support uses standard Drupal framework to solve the problem of displaying selected sidebar content at selected sections on your site.
This screencast describes how to (1) call rule sets from Views Bulk Operations and (2) how to use Rules to call bulk operation views programmatically. It is a follow-up screencast from the Rules + Views Bulk Operations screencast a few days ago, describing what is going on in a slower pace and with less side tracks.
Views Bulk Operations is a cool module. Rules is a cool module. (Perhaps even more cool than Views, if you ask me. Yeah, I know it's crazy, but I really think so.) Combine the two and you can automate a lot of stuff on your website. Here's a quick screencast that shows you how!
The Semantic CCK module makes it easy to adjust markup in your CCK fields. It is easy to use, has all the options you would like, and has a pretty good potential to make you a happier Drupal developer.
This is a follow-up for the last screencast about YQL and Views 3. Some 48 hours ago YQL Views Query Backend got a new dev version that includes argument handling. For many people that might not mean much. For me it means support for Panels. This screencast shows how to integrate YQL views in Panels to route around information to and from external databases. It also disusses some problems that have to be solved before YQL + Panels can be used fully together.
DraggableViews is a handy way of managing manual sorting in Views lists. By enabling the CCK features in the module you can also use it to manage node references. Here's a quick screencast to show you how!
Apart from the Panels In-Place Editor, the greatest news in Panels 3.7 is (imho) the Views Context. It allows some cool stuff on the surface, but mindblowing possibilities if you look deeper. Here's a quick demo of what Views Context is!
Yes, there are new versions of Panels and Chaos Tools available! There are a few updates on what Views Content Panes can do. Check out this short video to know what.
The new Panels 3.7 contains an awesome In-Place Editor that allows editing a panel page without going to its administration page. Here's a quick screencast on how to use it.
Administration Menu är ett snabbt och smidigt verktyg för att lättare kunna navigera runt i Drupal. I denna screencast får du se hur modulen funkar, och även ett par lite mer dolda funktioner.