Search Engine Referers

Search Engine Referers

Visitors find your site with a search engine. Are you interested in what they were searching for?

Search Engine Referers is a simple module to view the search engine queries used by your visitors. It parses the referer URLs of popular search engines in you access log and extracts the search queries. Currently supported: Google, Yahoo!,,,



PNG Fix - Logo

Includes a jQuery PNG Fix to correctly handle PNG transparency in Windows Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6. Make sure to read the documention and be bold! Transparent PNGs on IE result in killed kittens, so this module tries to help that.

Inspired by Geeks and God.


Submenu Tree

Submenu Tree provides a method for structuring content hierarchically. For content which has a menu link, Submenu Tree display a list of content which is at the same level or below the content in the menu.


Taxonomy CSV import/export


This module allows you to import or export taxonomy from or to a CSV (comma-separated values) file or with a copy-and-paste text.

It helps you to quick import a non-standardized vocabulary, for example an old thesaurus, a hierarchical taxonomy or a simple list of children, synonyms, descriptions, weights or related terms to terms. It can be used as a module or as an API with a plug-in mechanism. It can manage internationalized vocabularies with i18n_taxonomy, a submodule of i18n module [Drupal 7 only].

Taxonomy CSV supports drush: you can import/export taxonomies from the command line interface with drush taxocsv-import and drush taxocsv-export.

More informations on Taxonomy CSV import/export are available on the help page in English (7.x version), in English (6.x version) or in French (6.x version). A quick demo is available here, in Dutch.


DataBase File Manager

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DBFM is a file manager based on a hierarchical directory structure and uses AJAX to allow administrators to arrange files in the database in the same way they do with file managers on their personal systems.

DBFM stores its files in a database as opposed to the filesystem. This enables advanced manipulation of the uploaded information. Keywords, notes and other meta-data can be added to uploaded documents, document revision management is now possible. Future revisions of DBFM will include extensive searching of this meta-data.

This allows site administrators, or even site users to arrange massive collections of documentation and images on their sites.

DBFM can also be used in conjunction with the Organics Groups module to provide access control to files and directories.

Additionally, DBFM has been prepared for Multi-site replication - allowing site administrators to run multiple drupal sites containing the same documentation.

A plugin is also included for the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor, enabling you to embed/attach images on your pages and resize them to suit your requirements.


  • Application-like look and feel via AJAX
  • Drag and drop move of files and directories
  • Attachment of files to nodes
  • Embedding of images in the virtual filesystem to nodes
  • Single file upload
  • Image preview pane


Cookie Check

Drupal requires cookies for user login, but by default no error message is given when a user's browser is set not to accept cookies. The result is a broken site--after attempting to log in, the user is returned to an empty login form with no indication of why login failed.



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