||The UpCoupon module (1.10.3 and 1.11 compatible) has been developed for a shop owners association. Each year the association organizes a lottery amongst its customers. When one spends an x amount in a participating shop, one receives a voucher with a 'Coupon Code'. To join the lottery, the customer has to enter the 'Coupon Code' on the assosiation-website, together with other details, such as name and address.
With this module you can manage lotteries, prices, draw winners, see statistics of registered users and more ....
!!!! UpCoupon depends on UpUtils be sure to install this module first !!!!
||This is in the very early phase of development and is not ready for production use. It only works on linux servers (it makes several system calls, for instance to download and unzip the latest version of cmsms, to backup system files, to dump the mysql database etc). It is also littered with TODO messages. I have however used it to upgrade from very old (0.13, dated 2006) installations to the latest version (1.11.7 at the moment - Aug 2013).
The module consults an xml file (hosted at www.maiaweb.co.uk) for information about releases (version, date etc). It then checks the version of cmsms that is installed and suggests upgrading to the next version (ie not necessarily the latest version). The module backs up the system files (to a zip file) and dumps the database (both to the cmsms installation directory), offers links to allow the administrator to download them, then fetches the next version of cmsms from the cmsms website. It then unzips the system files, overwrites the existing installation and redirects to the normal upgrade page. After the upgrade, the module provides a link to restore to the previous version (by removing the existing installation, reinstalling the system files from the back and replacing the upgraded database with the backup).
The upgrade from the very old version threw up various problems, such as renamed tags in templates that had to be dealt with manually.
||UpHyperlight (1.10.3 and 1.11 compatible) is a server-side syntax highlighter module and smarty modifier. If you write news articles or blog posts and want to include source code. This module can help you to display and format it.
As an option you can define different source code formats (filetypes) and display them with or without linenumbers.
UpHyperlight is based on hyperlight. Hyperlight is (c) 2008-2011 by Konrad Rudolph. The projects homepage is: http://code.google.com/p/hyperlight
For a working example see my personal blog site (Dutch): http://www.upservice.nl/blog/
||This module provides a means of allowing users to upload files to you. The module allows the user to enter a name and a comment with each upload. The administrator can set a maximum file size and can manage the uploads from the admin interface.
||Manage project and portfolio showcases in a fast and efficient way.
Going to develop this module out of the need to have:
- unlimited sortable images on a project item
- sortable categories
- custom fields on project items and project categories
- multi-level sortable hierarchies
- flexibility on upload paths, image type configuration
- posibility to by-pass webbased upload routine (synchronizing with images already uploaded via ImageManager, ftp'ed or synchronized with cloud DropBox / GoogleDrive and such).
This module is compatible with CMSMS 1.11.x and dependend on UpUtils 0.0.7.
!!!!!! This module is in a beta stage, testing and providing feedback is appreciated. Please show some community anticipation the more feedback I get the sooner you can use this module in production.
||A shipping module for calguys e-commerce solution that integrates with UPS. Initial versions will allow for rate estimation, later versions will allow for label printing, pickup alerting, and other UPS capabilities.
||Utility module (1.10.3 and 1.11 compatible) to store generic classes and code.
||URLwatchdog monitors changes of URLs and then fixes have all been used addresses.
||This module is used to display a paged list of users belonging to a group in Front End Users. By default, this includes a first name, last name, email address and photo. Templates can be adjusted to accomodate other properties pretty easily.
||A "white label" document containing CMS Made Simple documentation for system users. This is specifically not intended for administrators or programmers. It only includes coverage of the Core functionality.
||User management and administration for CMS 2.0 and beyond
||A fork of OwnersManual.
Ability to the site creator to give help and instructions to the users of the admin site.
The instructions are in tabs content. Possibility to create as many tabs as needed, to ordered them and give them group's rights.