Sweater Module

LittleViking's picture

It happens to the best of us. Winter comes on. The days get shorter, the temperatures start to drop. We all go home at night, put a log in the fireplace, and warm up in our heavy coats and blankets. But what about the less fortunate among us? What about the ones who can't just put on a coat and call it a day? What about... our Drupal sites?

Sweater module was designed to remedy just this problem. Using state-of-the-art sweater processing technology (and a generous donation from the Sweaters 4 Drupal Foundation), we venture to make sweaters available for all of your site's theme regions.

(Note that sweater module can make your site difficult to navigate. If you find yourself stuck and can't turn it off, browse to admin/build/sweater to change your sweater settings, or admin/build/modules to disable it completely.)

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great work! finally just what i've been looking for

greggles's picture

This is really great work. I've been needing this for several client sites for a while and I'm glad someone finally put it together.

I took the liberty of crossposting this into other relevant groups - I hope you don't mind ;)

Doesn't exist anymore

shwethash's picture

The download page is throwing the below error
Invalid or Deleted File. The key you provided for file access was invalid. This is usually caused because the file is no longer stored on MediaFire. This occurs when the file is removed by the originating user or MediaFire.

Unfortunately, the code for

LittleViking's picture

Unfortunately, the code for this project has been lost to the sands of time. It was created before sandbox projects were allowed, so hosting on Drupal.org was impossible without having full committer access.

Instead, you can take a look at my other evil sandbox projects like AutoTypo, Ten Percent Butts (also available as a Chrome extension), and SMS Log.

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