Last updated 23 October 2008. Created on 25 October 2007.
Edited by ksenzee, LeeHunter, Senpai. Log in to edit this page.

The Asset Manager module is an upload, organization, and placement controller for all non-textual content on a website. It currently handles images only, but can be easily expanded to keep track of any asset you expect to need, including pdf documents or Flash movies.

The module leverages the power of CCK fields for images and file uploads, taxonomy terms for keeping track of all visual content, and imagecache for automatically creating multiple versions of an image for use in different places on a website. It incorporates an upload center with a sortable list of all media, image, and document files on the site, a jQuerified taxonomy browser to find that one piece of content that you need to place 'right here', and a WYSIWYG preview window all in one handy panel.

This Handbook page is still a stub, and needs to be filled up with more info on how to use Asset Manager, along with some screenshots of it's coolest features.

Looking for support? Visit the Drupal.org forums, or join #drupal-support in IRC.

Comments

cozzi’s picture

This module would seem to be a great "asset" to the drupal pool, but I've not been able to get it to work, as is the same for many others.

See here:
http://drupal.org/project/issues/am?categories=support&states=all

pankaj01’s picture

see this http://drupal.org/project/am

"Security: This module is considered insecure by Drupal security team and all of it's releases have been unpublished. You are strongly encouraged to disable the module on your site."