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.
Localize is a 1-line of code solution for translating websites. Localize automatically detects the content on your website, loads it in to your dashboard, and provides an easy workflow for getting your content translated and deployed.
Localize automates the entire localization and translation process, decreasing development time from months to days.
This module integrates the Mapplic interactive map/floorplan plugin into Drupal.
It can be used for multi storey buildings, airports, shopping malls, department stores, resorts, hospitals, harbors, campings or festivals, ski tracks, sport stadiums, cruise ships or anything you can think of, your imagination is the limit. It's also perfectly suitable for touchscreen kiosk maps.
This module provides the functionality of moving files related to a content type from one directory to another directory with the possibility of adding 301 redirects from old destination to the new one. The module will keep the mapping of files with the node in-tact.
Dynamic panes module allows developers to put specific Panels panes into the page and then content editors can control what blocks will be displayed in each pane without going into Panels administration pages, all control available through frontend with IPE-like editing.
Only install this module if you want to index the scald atoms themselves, and have them as individual entities in your search results. If you want the atom content to be indexed in the referencing content, then everything is included in Scald core itself.
As for paper–based information, all electronic–based information needs to be marked with an
appropriate protective marking. This module adds the option for a user to set a default Email Protective Marking, such as [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED], appended to the end of the subject line for all outgoing emails sent using drupal_mail() on your site.
This module allows you to periodically restore a backup of your site. This is useful if you have a demo website and you want that people play with it, add / update / remove content and from time to time, the website is totally cleaned up and reverted to its initial state.
This is a simple module that adds an empty tag to a selected menu. The span can then be styled separately from the li and a elements. It is named after the Sliding doors technique posted by Douglas Bowman on http://alistapart.com/article/slidingdoors