Drupal views - CiviCRM Contact Distance Search
MillerTech released this Drupal module back in 2015 but have recently updated with new features (map and use your location) and to make it more configurable.
This module offers a fully configurable/extendable Drupal view that provides the functionality to search from a postcode and a distance.
Use case scenario – Find schools from my postcode within a 5 mile radius.
Are you looking for an extension which helps to create Alerts/Reminders/Messages/Notifications etc.,? Then you are in the right place. Top-notch Extension is here.
The aim of this extension is to create pop-up windows with the given content on given page. You can choose that who can see the created pop-up windows.
This is a drupal module for drupal sites using civiVolunteer and views. It makes civivolunteer tables (Volunteer Projects, Volunteer Needs and Volunteer Project Contacts) available to views so that site administrators can create views of civiVolunteer opportunities, projects etc.
This CiviCRM extension automatically creates a Smart Group of Registered Participants to an Event when a New Event is created.
Example Use Case
An event is created in CiviCRM for an upcoming conference occurring 6 months from now. A CiviCRM Mailing is defined to be sent on a monthly basis to promote the conference. Previous to this extension, the promotional email would be sent to ALL contacts in each monthly mailing, which usually result in multiple registrations for the same contact (who registered each month).
Online Worldpay Payment Processor using API to generate tokens and authorise payment. Once installed just set-up the payment processor and this will be available for using in CiviCRM
Allows you to display the CiviCRM menubar on non-civicrm pages of your website.
This module creates an invisible Drupal Block that loads the CiviCRM menubar. By default the block will display the menubar on every non-civicrm page of your website. Simply edit the block to refine exactly which pages the menubar appears on and which users have permission to see it.
Note that nothing displays inside the block (the menubar will always be at the top of the screen), so it doesn't matter which region of the page you add it to.
This is an integration module for sites running CiviCRM and the Domain Access module. By default, when creating a user in Drupal, Domain Access will automatically assign the user to the domain on which they registered. However, if they create their user via a CiviCRM profile, they will not be added to the appropriate domain. This module fixes that.
NOTE: Compatible with CiviCRM 4.6 or later only. To use with older versions of CiviCRM, you must backport CRM-15774.