Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
This suite is primarily a set of APIs and tools to improve the developer experience. It also contains a module called the Page Manager whose job is to manage pages. In particular it manages panel pages, but as it grows it will be able to manage far more than just Panels.
For the moment, it includes the following tools:
Plugins -- tools to make it easy for modules to let other modules implement plugins from .inc files.
Exportables -- tools to make it easier for modules to have objects that live in database or live in code, such as 'default views'.
AJAX responder -- tools to make it easier for the server to handle AJAX requests and tell the client what to do with them.
Form tools -- tools to make it easier for forms to deal with AJAX.
Object caching -- tool to make it easier to edit an object across multiple page requests and cache the editing work.
Contexts -- the notion of wrapping objects in a unified wrapper and providing an API to create and accept these contexts as input.
Modal dialog -- tool to make it simple to put a form in a modal dialog.
Dependent -- a simple form widget to make form items appear and disappear based upon the selections in another item.
Content -- pluggable content types used as panes in Panels and other modules like Dashboard.
The features module enables the capture and management of features in Drupal. A feature is a collection of Drupal entities which taken together satisfy a certain use-case.
Features provides a UI and API for taking different site building components from modules with exportables and bundling them together in a single feature module. A feature module is like any other Drupal module except that it declares its components (e.g. views, contexts, CCK fields, etc.) in its .info file so that it can be checked, updated, or reverted programmatically.
The XML sitemap module creates a sitemap that conforms to the sitemaps.org specification. This helps search engines to more intelligently crawl a website and keep their results up to date. The sitemap created by the module can be automatically submitted to Ask, Google, Bing (formerly Windows Live Search), and Yahoo! search engines. The module also comes with several submodules that can add sitemap links for content, menu items, taxonomy terms, and user profiles.
Drupal 6 users: jQuery 1.3.x or higher. (sfTouchscreen in the Master branch of the Superfish library requires at least jQuery 1.4.)
Drupal 7 users: jQuery 1.6.1 or higher, only if you want to use the jQuery Easing plugin animation effects.
For jQuery 1.9 and above you should either manually include the jQuery $.Browser plugin, via your theme .info file for example, or use the latest development release with the master branch of the Superfish library, which checks $.browser before using it. (Note the superfish.js for Drupal 8 won't include the IE6\7 hack hence no $.browser trouble!)
This module is designed to provide a way to export large amounts of data from views. It provides a display plugin that can rendered progressively in a batch. Style plugins are included that support exporting in the following types:
This module also exposes a drush command that can execute the view and save its results to a file.
This module allows users to export nodes and then import it into another Drupal installation, or on the same site.
Using this module you can save yourself a lot of time setting up new websites that have similar nodes to websites you've already made, migrating nodes to new Drupal versions, or between development/staging/production sites.
You will need the same content types for the imports to work (unless using Feeds to import), and ideally relevant compatibility with fields, and modules.
This module provides configurable actions upon events that will expire URLs from caches like reverse proxy caches, internal page caches, etc.This module make more sense when Minimum Cache Lifetime setting is set to a value other than none.
There is now integration with the following modules:
Boost - deletes expired pages (files) from the file system.
Varnish - integrates over an administrative socket.
Purge - expires urls by sending purge requests to Varnish, Squid and Nginx over HTTP.
Acquia Purge - allows Drupal sites hosted on Acquia Cloud to automatically purge pages from their Varnish powered load balancers..
Views Infinite Scroll provides a #586668: Pluggable pagers that enables views infinite scrolling ( autopaging, depaging, endless pages ...you name it) by using jquery.autopager plugin. using this module with views page display will load another page whenever the user reaches bottom of the page.
NOTE: This module has now been rolled into the 3.x branch of Backup and Migrate and is no longer supported independently.
This module is a plugin for Backup and Migrate and does nothing on its own. You must download and install Backup and Migrate 2.x (Aug 24 dev or later) to use this module. This module is not compatible with version 1 of Backup and Migrate.
Introduced in Drupal 6, the Schema API allows modules to declare their database tables in a structured array (similar to the Form API) and provides API functions for creating, dropping, and changing tables, columns, keys, and indexes.
The Schema module provides additional Schema-related functionality not provided by the core Schema API that is useful for module developers. Currently, this includes:
!NEW Release 2.0 is finally out, with D7 support, code & performance improvements and a lot of new features!
Elysia Cron extends Drupal standard cron, allowing a fine grain control over each task and several ways to add custom cron jobs to your site.
[NEW IN 2.0] Set the timings and frequencies of each cron task (you can run some jobs every day at a specified hour, other only monthly and so on...). For each task you can simply choose between some frequently used options ("once a day", "once a month" ...), or use a powerful "linux crontab"-like syntax to set the accurate timings. You can even define your frequently used options to speed up site configuration.
Parallel execution of cron task: you can group jobs in channels and execute then simultaneously: so a task that takes a lot of time to execute won't block other tasks that need to be executed every 5 minutes...
You can disable all tasks, an entire channel or a single task.
Change the priority/order of task execution.
Manual force the execution of a cron tasks.
Detailed overview of cron status with time statistics for single tasks and channels.
[NEW IN 2.0] powerful API for module developers: you can define extra cron tasks for your modules, each one with own default timings (site administrators can override them by configuration, other modules via hook_alter). Elysia Cron 2.0 gives a brand new API support (compatible with 1.0 version) with a lot of features.
Administrators can define custom jobs (call to functions with parameters), via the "script" option.
Several optimization for frequent cron calls and error handling.
Protection from external cron calling by cron_key or allowed host list.
Elysia has no dependencies with contributed modules, and doesn't need to patch the core: it can be used in minimal Drupal installation with only core modules.
It also can be used in a Drupal install profile.
3rd party integration:
[NEW IN 2.0] Ping feature, for external tracking services like host-tracker to tell whether cron is functioning properly on your site.
[NEW IN 2.0] Drush support: you can call "drush elysia-cron" to manually run extended cron.
[NEW IN 2.0] CTools support for exports/backup of task settings.
UUID Features 7.x-1.0-alpha3 fixes some HTML code that made the module completely unusable. Please update ASAP. If you're experiencing WSOD simply remove the module files completely then upload the latest version. The latest version now works with UUID 7.x-1.0-alpha3. Please report any bug you encounter in the issue queue.
The UUID Features Integration module provides a mechanism for exporting content (nodes, taxonomy, fields) into a features module. What's that you say? You thought features was only for configuration? This module is meant to be used in the cases where certain pieces of content straddle the line between pure content and configuration.
There are relatively static pages (like an About Us page) that have links from your primary navigation. If these were to go missing, your client would certainly say the site is broken.
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.
This module does not and will not prevent your site from being 'hacked'.
This module scans the currently installed Drupal, contributed modules and themes, re-downloads them and determines if they have been changed. Changes are marked clearly and if the diff module is installed then Hacked! will allow you to see the exact lines that have changed.
Hacked! also provides drush integration so that you can see what files have changed from the command line.
This is primarily a developer tool and should never ever (don't even think it) be installed on a production site.
There are a number of other 'integrity' modules, such as 'md5check', 'File integrity check' and 'Sentry'. These modules have features to protect a live site from code changes or to only check Drupal core.
Windows is not currently supported by this module, if you want to write a patch to get it fully working, then please post it in the issue queue.
Coder checks your Drupal code against coding standards and other best practices. It can also fix coding standard violations for you with the phpcbf command from PHP_CodeSniffer, see the installation instructions and usage examples. Those checks apply to all versions of Drupal, so you can use Coder 8.x-2.x to check Drupal 7 code.
Coder is not a module, it is used as command line tool and in IDEs.
The Statistics Pro module creates statistics with aggregated data. The data is stored in a new table, which is updated with a cron run. This statistics module provides statistical results of nodes, comments and users. Aggregated statistical data from nodes, comments and users are stored even if the access log table or the watchdog table have been deleted. For presenting the data the Views module is used. When Statistics Pro detects the core Statistics module, the Charts and Graphs module or the Views Charts module it enables specific features dependent on each one of these modules like page visualization reports and graphs. This module is not a replacement for the core Statistics module but offers useful enhancements.