Modules that provide additional or alternative search functionality.

Facet API Scrolling links

This project provides a new widget for Facet called "Links with scroll". It will show a throbber/spinner after clicking one of the links and scroll the screen to the facet on next page load.

It's a very simple module that's developed because I worked on a project where the client didn't like starting at the top of the page every time they selected a Facet on mobile devices. This module is a simple work around instead of fetching new results with AJAX.

ApacheSolr Search Language Fallback

Simple Module. No configuration required. Reindex content after enabling the module.

On a multilingual site, Apachesolr by default shows search results from all languages. This module when enabled, displays search results from the current language of the site.

If a node is not available in the current language and if the search term matches the content of the node present in the default language of the site, then the default language node is shown in the search results, as a fallback.

Affects all ApacheSolr searches on the site.


Content Type Search in Add Content(node/add) Page

Content Type Search in Add content page

Content Type Search: The Drupal 7 Content Type Search module

This module allows you to search content type in node add(node/add) page.

This version of the module only works with Drupal 7.x.

Facet API Pretty Paths Slugs



This module allows you to assign slugs to facet values for Entity Reference fields to replace the node ID in the URL.

Currently, when you have an Entityreference field as a facet, even when using Pretty Paths each facet value will be an NID, which is not very pretty. This module adds a new coder for Facet API Pretty Paths, along with an admin settings page, which allows you to create slugs for your reference facets!

URL alias restriction

Drupal is quite talkative in terms of showing off it's content. Often it makes content accessible which we actually don't want to show. That happens for instance very easily, if you're using nodes as content containers only - never really wanting to show the actual node pages of these containers.

Thanks to taxonomy node and similiar listings + some SEO javascript "callling home" often these unstyled content containers land on public search indexes as soon as an Administrator has an accidental look at these listing or node pages.



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