Multistep |

Multistep adds multiple-step functionality to content type editing forms. It does so by assigning a step number to each fieldgroup within the content type and hiding all the groups that do not belong to the current step. The user can then use different submitting buttons that will redirect to the previous, next, or current step. The module also provides a block for each content type with a menu of the different groups within that form and a progress bar.

Nodeselect |

Nodeselect allows editors to search for content, in a simple exposed View integrated with Embedded Edit, and results can be drag and dropped into nodereferences. * Search content: In an exposed View: You can easily add your own filters with Views UI. * Edit/View content from the same page: Using Embedded Edit, you can view/edit the results of search directly. * Drag and Drop results into nodereferences: Choose on the config page which nodereference are droppable, and drag results here.

Multiselect |

The Multiselect module defines a widget to be used with CCK fields. It allows the user to select multiple items in an easy way. It consists of two lists, one of all available items, the other of selected items. The user can select an item by moving it from the unselected list to the selected list. This module relies on the built-in jQuery features of Drupal 6 and does not require any additional modules other than the CCK module set.

Form Markup |

This module allows you to add surrounding HTML values to any CCK widget by determining prefix and suffix values. Examples: * Adding of surrounding divs: prefix:

 * Adding of a 'clearing' break when using floats:       suffix: <span class="clear"></span>

Building forms with cck, actions and workflow | Digett

We just finished building a simple form application for a client. Previously we have been big fans of webform.module, but this time we decided to go another route. After seeing some posts around about using a combination of cck, actions and workflow to accomplish some of this same functionality, I decided to give it a shot.

cck witch - multi-page cck forms for drupal | johnandcailin

cck witch is based on the same premise as the handbook entry : the most natural way to divide a cck form into pages is to use field groups.

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