Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
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Flex Slider module integrates the Flex Slider library with Drupal and several contributed modules which allows you to build responsive, resizable slideshows. Meaning the slideshows automatically adapt to the size of the browser window or device.
Some features of FlexSlider slideshows include:
Touch enabled nagivation
Configurable slide animations
Multiple sliders per page
Allows you to use Flex Slider in a few different ways
As a library to be used with any other theme or module by calling drupal_add_library('flexslider', 'flexslider') or preferably with libraries_load('flexslider') or with flexslider_add()
Integrates with Fields (flexslider_fields)
Integrates with Views using a style plugin (flexslider_views)
A standardized solution for building API's so that external clients can communicate with Drupal. Out of the box it aims to support anything Drupal Core supports and provides a code level API for other modules to expose their features and functionality via HTTP. It provide Drupal plugins that allow others to create their own authentication mechanisms, request formats, and response formats.
Share buttons for Drupal including AddToAny's universal sharing button, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, WhatsApp and many more.
Large vector share buttons use AddToAny SVG sharing icons. AddToAny vector icons load efficiently, are mathematically precise, scalable to any size, and stunning on High-PPI screens such as Retina and Retina HD displays.
ThemeKey allows you to define simple or sophisticated theme-switching rules which allow automatic selection of a theme depending on current path, taxonomy terms, language, node-type, and many, many other properties. It can also be easily extended to support additional properties exposed by other modules. In combination with Drupal's theme inheritance you can easily achieve features like:
a front-page / "splash" screen
a date/time-selected Christmas theme
mobile themes for different auto-detected mobile devices
special themes for "limited" or "old" browsers
content, user, or role -specific themes
indicating your environment (production, staging, testing, sandbox, … )
testing your redesign safely on a live server
And unlike other theme switching modules, ThemeKey should play well with internal and external page caches, like Boost or Varnish, even for anonymous users.
Feedback is welcome!
Damn, ThemeKey ... ROCKS! Really appreciate the kick ass work you did on this :) mortendk
This module provides an integration between the popular Juicebox HTML5 responsive gallery library and Drupal. Juicebox is in many ways the successor of Simpleviewer and offers a powerful cross-device solution for image galleries, sliders and more.
The Juicebox library, which is distributed, maintained and supported separately from this Drupal project, is:
Based on HTML5 and supports "universal playback". This means it can run on nearly any device and supports multiple input methods (touch gestures, etc.).
Fully responsive so galleries can dynamically re-size and adapt to different browser sizes.
This Juicebox module integrates with the library and allows you to turn arbitrary Drupal image data into Juicebox galleries. It includes:
A field formatter that allows image and file fields to be formatted as Juicebox Galleries (individual nodes/entities can contain Juicebox galleries).
A views style plugin that allows content and file views to be formatted as Juicebox galleries (groups of nodes/entities or files can become Juicebox galleries).
Retina Images adds an option to all image effects included with core to allow them to output high resolution images for high DPI or retina displays. When enabled as part of an image style, this module returns high resolution images for all devices, as is recommended and explained in Thomas Fuchs' excellent blog post and examples on this subject.
Modernizr tests which native CSS3 and HTML5 features are available in each browser and makes the results available to you in two ways: as properties on a global Modernizr object, and as classes on the <html> element. This information allows you to progressively enhance your pages with a granular level of control over the experience.
This Drupal module provides deep integration with the Modernizr JS library, allowing other modules or themes to register tests, load additional assets as needed, and even create new copies of the Modernizr library when a website's requirements change. Read more below.
This Drupal module provides IE 6-8 support for responsive themes. It uses Respond.js, delivering lightweight, fast support for min-width and max-width CSS3 media queries. This module simply loads the JS library and optionally supports Libraries API.
Provides integration with bLazy to lazy load and multi-serve images to save bandwidth and server requests. The user will have faster load times and save data usage if they don't browse the whole page.
A friend of mobile devices. Do not let images, especially iframes, kill mobile device traffics.
The Touch Icons module allows site administrators and themers to specify icons for use as Web Clip bookmarks on the homescreen of an iPhone and other iOS devices.
Extra theme settings are provided so that Touch icons can be configured for each theme, similar to the logo and shortcut icon settings provided by Drupal core. The module comes with default Druplicon touch-icons which complement Garland's blue look.
This is a small helper module which will automatically lazyload all images for sites with multiple images, which will make the site load faster.
All images will only load when it's visible to the browser window.
2) Distance - image distance from the viewable browser window before the actual image loads
3) Placeholder Image - stand-in image
4) Loader Icon - animating icon (shamelessly borrowed from ajaxblocks module)
5) Excluded Pages - page paths to be excluded from image lazyload
For other images:
You can also manually lazyload your other images not processed by Drupal image module by formatting your img markup to this:
1) src = path to placeholder image
2) data-src = path to actual image
3) width = add width for best result
4) height = add height for best result
5) Add a container block
Second-factor authentication for Drupal sites. Drupal provides authentication via something you know -- a username and password while TFA module adds a second step of authentication with a check for something you have -- such as a code sent to (or generated by) your mobile phone.
Mobile Navigation helps us easily implement a nice solution for displaying menus on the mobile version of a responsive website.
With this module you may only need to install the module as usual and then out of the box have all that is needed to implement a mobile version for menus, featuring some simple configurations that will let you personalize the behavior of this mobile versions.
Place the entire barcode directory into the directory in which you've chosen to place contrib modules (usually sites/all/modules).
Enable the barcode module by navigating to: administer > modules
Copy your font to the barcode/ folder (D6)
Finish the configuration at admin/content/barcode (admin/settings/barcode in D6 v2 and admin/config/media/barcode in D7 v2) specifying the location of your font file and the desired encoding.
Add barcode fields to your content types as desired.
Generate a barcode image on the fly. It supports QR Code, EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A, UPC-E, ISBN, 2 of 5 Symbologies (Strandard, Industrial, Interleaved), Postnet, Codabar, Code128, Code39 and Code93 symbologies.
You can also display the barcode as simple text, or an image.
You can provide your own font file at fonts directory