Release history


The following table lists a history of published releases for ANU Content Styles. The Release column lists the release versions. The Date column lists the their creation dates. The Notes column details important changes introduced in each release. You may filter releases by selecting options for Drupal version and Release status.

Release Datesort ascending Notes
7.x-1.x-dev 4 Jun 2018

Development snapshot

7.x-1.0-alpha9 18 Oct 2013

Fixed ranged days of month with weekdays displayed.

7.x-1.0-alpha8 16 Jan 2013
  • Removed duplicate anu-box-content-wrapper class.
  • Fixed E_NOTICE error triggered when rendering a box.
  • Moved ANU table class internal option value outside of style options to allow exporting configured classes.
7.x-1.0-alpha7 16 Nov 2012

Updated module category to Acton utilities.

7.x-1.0-alpha6 5 Sep 2012

Added option for abbreviating month name.

7.x-1.0-alpha5 5 Sep 2012

Fix date formatting bugs:

  • Hide time if both start and end times are midnight.
  • Range both day and month if the day is different.
7.x-1.0-alpha4 3 Sep 2012

Added date field formatter for ANU style.

7.x-1.0-alpha3 30 Jul 2012

Limited CSS class form widget to table style only.

7.x-1.0-alpha2 28 Jul 2012

Support table classes in Views.

7.x-1.0-alpha1 7 Sep 2011


Developer information

Only the latest recommended release can be accessed from the download home page. The link to the package for an individual release can be accessed using the following pattern:[version].[extension]

Replace [version] with the version string (e.g. 7.x-1.0) of the release you wish to download and [version] with tar.gz or zip depending on what type of archive file you prefer.

Alternatively, if you want to use Drush to download a release, use the following command:

drush dl anu_content_styles --source="" [version]

Git instructions

The source code for this download originates from a Git repository. The repository contains complete change logs for all major versions of the download. The code and history can be obtained by cloning the source repository. Information about Git and its downloads can be accessed from the Git homepage.

Git repository URL:

The Git repository can be cloned by executing the following command:

git clone anu_content_styles

You can learn more about how to use Git to navigate and manipulate a local repository clone in the Pro Git book. There are also platform-specific graphical Git tools available, such as TortoiseGit for Windows and SourceTree for Mac.

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