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E-Commerce: A collection of modules used to sell goods and/or services. Some features include: Subscriptions and recurring payments Sell file downloads, shippable items, and even collections of various products as a single item Inventory management enabled on a per-product basis Payment and shipping components are 'pluggable'. The system can use Paypal, authorize.net or you can roll your own. Invoice generation and shipping notifications for tangible products Shopping cart and product 'look and feel' are theme-able Transaction reports and sales summaries Transaction and payment workflow Customers can review their order history. Dynamically adjust item prices for a given group of users Run an auction site with the contributed auction module.
Event: This is a simple module to keep track of events and show them to users. http://drupal.org/project/event
FCKeditor for Drupal: This module allows Drupal to replace textarea fields with FCKeditor. This HTML text editor brings to the web many of the powerful functionalities of known desktop editors like Word. It's really lightweight and doesn't require any kind of installation on the client computer. NOTE: FCKeditor for Drupal relies on an external library called fckeditor. For further information please refer to: http://www.fckeditor.net http://drupal.org/node/16118
Glossary: Glossary helps newbies understand the jargon which always crops up when specialists talk about a topic. Doctors discuss CBC and EKG and CCs. Web developers keep talking about CSS, P2P, XSLT, etc. This is all intimidating for newbies. The glossary module scans posts for glossary terms (including synonyms). The glossary indicator is inserted after every found term, or the term itself is turned into an indicator* depending on the site settings. By hovering over the indicator, users may learn the definition of that term. Clicking the indicator leads the user to that term presented within the whole glossary or directly to the detailed description of the term, if available.
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