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.
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.
The social media module helps integrate your website with social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+. It provides an centralized way of managing social media profile information and plug-in widgets such as follow and share buttons.
Socialize your site quick start
The fastest way to integrate with social media profiles and start sharing your sites content is to use the Social Media setup wizard. [Watch the video tutorial]
Installation. You will need to install the Social Media and Widgets modules. You can do this three ways:
Do a traditional install by downloading all the modules from Drupal.org and follow instructions
Views Datasource is a set of plugins for Drupal Views for rendering content in a number of shareable, reusable formats based on XML, JSON and XHTML. These formats allow content in a Drupal site to be easily used as data sources for Semantic Web clients and web mash-ups. Views Datasource plugins output content from node lists created in the Drupal Views interface in a variety of formats - XML data documents using schemas like OPML and Atom, RDF data documents using a vocabulary like FOAF, JSON data documents in a format like Exhibit JSON, and XHTML data documents using a microformat like hCard.
Import or aggregrate Commerce entities (e.g. products) using Feeds
Using the power of Feeds, almost any type of data can be imported into commerce entities, be it data in the Comma-Separated Values (CSV) format, XML format (use Feeds XPath Parser), or any other format for which a feeds importer exists. Data can also be synchronized from a remote location, e.g. from an XML or RSS feed, handling potential issues associated with duplicate content. Large amounts of data can be comfortably imported because of the Feeds usage of Drupal's core Batch API. This module can import both commerce entities and their associated commerce display nodes in two consecutive steps.
The module contains:
Product processor for Feeds that creates product entities in Drupal.
Profile processor for Feeds that creates customer profile entities in Drupal.
Commerce coupon processor for Feeds that creates coupon entities in Drupal.
Commerce price mapper supporting the creation of price amounts and currency codes from raw input.
Commerce product reference mapper supporting the creation of relationships between product displays and product entities.
Set role-based permission settings for blog, taxonomy, aggregator, and main site's RSS feeds. This module does not disable RSS feeds altogether: RSS feeds created through the Views module and others not listed here do not have associated permissions.
The QueryPath Examples module (included with this module) provides examples of using QueryPath inside Drupal to handle database lookups, RSS parsing, and FAPI integration to query the MusicBrainz XML service.
Twitter Pull is a small module, the only purpose of which is to allow super-easy embedding of public twitter data like: a user timeline or twitter search results by hashtag or a search term. The emphasis is on making these very specific tasks as easy and straightforward as possible. The purpose of the module is not to be an end-all solution for Twitter.
FeedAPI aggregates feeds on a Drupal website by generating light weight items or nodes from feeds. It provides a straightforward configuration for most use cases and is extensible through an API. FeedAPI integrates with OG (but does not require it).
The easiest, most effective way to grow your website traffic, effectively engage your audience, monetize, and gain insights for free.
Shareaholic is an all-in-one content amplification and monetization platform, that includes related content recommendations, promoted content, social sharing, following, site monetization apps such as affiliate linking, and social analytics. This module makes it a snap for any website — big or small — to engage and grow their traffic, market their content, gain insights, and monetize their traffic, all from one powerful but easy-to-use dashboard.
This module is actively developed (GitHub), maintained and supported with much love by Shareaholic.
Integrates Drupal with the services provided by Google FeedBurner. Currently this module provides the means to redirect requests for your site's feeds to user-specified/created FeedBurner feeds. Special user agents, like FeedBurner and Feed Validator (this can be customized) are still allowed access to the direct feeds so there is no need for any special .htaccess hacking.
What do I need to do when my FeedBurner.com account is switched to Google FeedBurner?
All you need to do is change the FeedBurner URL (MyBrand domain) in the 'Advanced settings' of admin/settings/feedburner to 'feeds2.feedburner.com' or 'feedproxy.google.com'. I'm working on a potential upgrade path. Also see the note below about dropping support for the old FeedBurner.com accounts.
New 6.x-1.x features:
The module can now automatically replace any links to your site's feed URLs with their FeedBurner feed URLs! For most sites this should work automatically, but for some sites (that already define the function custom_url_rewrite_outbound) you will need to download and install the URL alter module for this feature.
Changed all default URLs from feedburner.com to feedburner.google.com. Legacy support for feedburner.com is now being discontinued as my own FeedBurner.com account has been switched to Google FeedBurner.
This an extension to the Domain Access module which is used to create many domains from a single installation.
For what I see as a problem is that the domain module uses the node access api's to determine which nodes are displayed on which site. This will work if you only use Domain access, and no other access module like simple access, tac, or Organic groups.
Revision All allows for centralized management of content type revisioning. Revisioning can be turned on/off individually by type or enabled for all simultaneously. There is also support for enabling automatic revisioning of future content types and the disabling of the "create new revision" checkbox on node and/or content type forms.
Development of this module was originally sponsored by Great River Regional Library (http://www.griver.org).
This module provides RSS feeds for comments. This is useful for allowing readers to subscribe to comments for a blog post, article, or forum topic. It currently provides three types of feeds which pair up to the RSS features provided by Drupal built-in. Each type of comment feed may be disabled if unneeded.
The Calais Collection is an integration of the Thomson Reuters' Calais web service into the Drupal platform. The Calais Web Service automatically creates rich semantic metadata for the content you submit – in well under a second. Using natural language processing, machine learning and other methods, Calais analyzes your document and finds the entities within it. But, Calais goes well beyond classic entity identification and returns the facts and events hidden within your text as well. The web service is free for commercial and non-commercial use. It requires registration to obtain an API Key.