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Google Chart Tools: Image Charts

The Google Chart Tools: Image Charts API was deprecated by Google on April 20, 2012 and can be shutdown at any time. We do not recommend using this module for any new projects. Various options are being considered regarding future versions of the chart module, refer to #2376179: Chart 7.x-3.x Release for more details.

Fieldable Panels Panes (FPP)

This module creates an entity that may be used in panel panes to create fieldable entity panes. These panes can be created either directly in the Panels UI or in a separate administrative UI and later added.

Once added, they can appear in the "Add content" dialog to be easily reused. Since they are fieldable entities, they can contain any kind of data that field API can provide.

Each entity supports revisions, and any revision can be made current without having to make a new revision.

Entity Construction Kit (ECK)

The Entity Construction Kit (ECK) builds upon the entity system to create a flexible and extensible data modeling system both with a UI for site builders, and with useful abstractions (classes, plugins, etc) to help developers use entities with ease.

ECK allows the creation and management of entity types with custom properties; adding bundles to entity types; and fields to bundles, with the help of the Field UI module.

If that last sentence sounded like a foreign language, I suggest reading the first section of ECK's documentation: Understanding Entity Terminology

A fairly recent video demonstrating ECK's capabilities was created by Shane at Code Karate: Drupal 7 Entity Construction Kit. This video should get most site builders going.

An older summary on what ECK could do on 7.x-1.1-alpha3 can be found in Jeff Eaton's article: Module Monday: Entity Construction Kit.

Widgets

Widget set edit admin

Widgets enables you to centrally manage and configure code snippets on your site such as share and follow buttons or Twitter updates and Facebook like boxes. It implements a user interface that allows you to easily organize and configure various widget elements. Using a UI similar to core’s image styles, elements can be assembled into widget sets which can be reused throughout the site via blocks and other render displays.

The Widgets module is primarily a user interface API and as such includes only generic markup widgets. You can add new custom widgets using the widget definition admin or enable modules that provide widgets. There are several dozen widgets available through the Social media and Service links modules.

Usage

  1. Installation. Use standard methods to install the Widgets archive files into your Drupal site. Then go to admin > modules and enable the Widgets module. You will want to install the Social media and/or Service links modules also to provide widget sources.
  2. To display widget sets on your site use the blocks admin at admin > structure > blocks or other method for managing blocks such as Context or Panels. Look for blocks that start with the label "Widgets:" Several pre-built widget sets are provided by the Social media module.

Disqus

DISQUS is a comments platform that helps you build an active community from your website's audience. It has awesome features, powerful tools, and it's easy to install.

Drupal Integration

  • Display recent comments, popular threads, and other widgets in blocks
  • Provide comments on any node type or user
  • Views 2/3 integration (number of comments)
  • Single Sign-On

Disqus Features

  • Threaded comments and replies
  • Notifications and reply by email
  • Subscribe and RSS options
  • Aggregated comments and social mentions
  • Powerful moderation and admin tools
  • Full spam filtering, blacklists and whitelists
  • Support for Disqus community widgets
  • Connected with a large discussion community
  • Increased exposure and readership

Tutorials

Installation

Scott from Level Up Tuts put together a great tutorial on how to install Disqus on Drupal 7. He walks you through these steps:

  1. Download and install the Disqus module into your respective sites directory (sites/all/modules).

Views tree

Heirarchical listing of Drupal Core versions created with Views Tree and Views

This module provides a tree-based style plugin for Views. It is equivalent to the tree-based style template from Views 1.

It is based off of the list style. Although it generates a nested view, there is still only a single query run for the view making it quite performant.

The 1.x branch is compatible with Views 2. The 2.x branch is compatible with Views 3.

Usage

  1. Create a new view using the Fields row style. Populate it with the appropriate fields you want.
  2. Select the Tree (Adjacency model) style plugin.
  3. Select the linking fields in the style configuration panel. Generally, you will want to link from a nodereference field to the nid on the same node type. That is, the nodereference field is used as a pointer to the "parent" node.
  4. Save and enjoy.

Compatibility

This module has been tested and used with the following relationship-oriented modules:

  • Taxonomy (in core) - parent/child relationships
  • References - node and user references
  • Relation - references between any entities (D7 only)
  • Entity reference - references between any entities (D7 only)

Publish Content

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This module enables granular publish and unpublish permissions which allows you to grant roles on your site the ability to publish or unpublish specific content types without having to give them the administer content permissions. This is a lightweight solution to managing your content workflows.

Countries

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This module provides many country related tasks.

  1. A fieldable countries database with an administrative interface.
  2. A way to alter Drupals core country list.
  3. A country FAPI element.
  4. A countries field.
  5. Integration with Country Icons.
  6. Token support.
  7. Up to date countries database including Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba BES, Curaçao CUW, South Sudan SSD, Sint Maarten (Dutch part) SXM which are not covered by Drupal core.

Search API ranges

Price slider

The Search API "ranges" module provides widgets for Search API range queries. Currently includes:

  • jQuery UI min/max slider (as shown in screenshot)

Compatibility

This module is compatible with Search API modules such as Search API, Search API sorts, Search API Solr and Search API ajax. It is not designed for te Apache Solr Integration module.

Admin

Admin Module Screenshot (provided by ishmael-sanchez)

The admin module provides UI improvements to the standard Drupal 6 and 7 admin interface.

Inline Conditions

This module allows conditions to be defined on the entity add / edit form, and
 those conditions are later mapped to rules conditions when the rule is generated.

Inline Conditions are specially defined (hook_inline_condition_info()) and
 consist of a configure callback (provides a user-facing form) and a build
callback (adds the actual condition to the rule).


Integration consists of creating a field of the "inline_conditions" type on the
 entity, and later calling inline_conditions_build() from the implementation 
of hook_default_rules_configuration().


Retina Images

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.

HTML5 Tools

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HTML5 Tools is a module that allows Drupal sites to be built using HTML5 ... smartly.

One of our goals is to provide as much support for HTML5 markup in a set of Tools provided by a module so that you can use this module with any HTML5 theme you'd like.

Drupal 7 Features

The Drupal 7 branch of html5 tools is actively being developed. We're always looking for new features so feel free to create an issue.

Here are some of the features you can find in the Drupal 7 version:

Social media

Social Media setup wizard

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]

  1. 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
    • One click install via the LevelTen Apps Server. You must install the apps connector modules first.
    • Start your site with the Open Enterprise Drupal distribution. The apps server connectors are included - along with a lot of other great stuff.

Juicebox HTML5 Responsive Image Galleries

Juiceboc gallery screenshot

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).

Fast Permissions Administration

Drupal 8

This module is here to alleviate frustration when trying to manage permissions in Drupal. By providing a better permissions interface hopefully a few innocent keyboards and mice can be saved.

For Drupal 8 (7.x-2.x)

Piwik Web Analytics

Piwik for Drupal configuration page

Adds the Piwik web statistics tracking system to your website.

The module allows you to add the following statistics features to your site:

  • Single/multi domain tracking
  • Selectively track/exclude certain users, roles and pages
  • Monitor what type of links are tracked (downloads, outgoing and mailto)
  • Monitor what files are downloaded from your pages
  • Cache the Piwik code on your local server for improved page loading times
  • Custom variables support with tokens (D7 only)
  • Custom code snippets
  • Site Search
  • Drupal messages tracking
  • Modal dialog tracking (Colorbox)
  • Access denied (403) and Page not found (404) tracking
  • User ID tracking across devices
  • DoNotTrack support

Video Filter

This is a highly flexible and easily extendable filter module to embed any type of video in your site using a simple token. Other modules can add video sites/formats (called codecs) using an easy plugin architecture.

With WYSIWYG installed, you can use the Video Filter button to easily add videos in a rich text editor. TinyMCE and CKeditor are supported (both standalone and with WYSIWYG).

WYSIWYG module integration is only for Drupal 7 version. Drupal 8 version works with core CKEditor.

Taxonomy Views Integrator

TVI Overview

The TVI (Taxonomy Views Integrator) module allows selective overriding of taxonomy terms and/or vocabulary with the view of your choice. Using TVI you can easily create custom views to output all terms in X vocabulary.

TVI will try not to interfere with views or taxonomy/term page displays if no TVI views exist for the current page request.

Jquery Colorpicker

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Concept

This module creates a new Form API element type, jquery_colorpicker, as well as a Field API color field. This module relies on the 3rd party integration of the jquery colorpicker.

Conditional Stylesheets

Conditional Stylesheets

Internet Explorer implements a proprietary technology called Conditional Comments. While web developers frown upon technologies that aren't cross-browser supported, many CSS developers have found Conditional Comments very useful. They can have cleaner CSS in their normal stylesheets and can fix the broken rendering in IE by placing IE-only CSS inside conditional comments; this technique is even recommended by Microsoft.

Without this module, the only way to have IE conditional stylesheets was to add 37 lines of code (more if you want to add more than one stylesheet) in four horribly-difficult-to-remember function calls to your theme's template.php. Blech. Who wants that?

This module allows Drupal 7 themes to easily add conditional stylesheets to the theme's .info file.

; Set the conditional stylesheets that are processed by IE.
stylesheets-conditional[lt IE 7][all][] = ie6-and-below.css
stylesheets-conditional[IE 9][all][] = ie9.css
stylesheets-conditional[IE][print][] = ie-print.css
stylesheets-conditional[(gte IE 9)|(gt IEMobile 7)|(!IE)][all][] = modern-browsers.css

Simplify

Simplify - before & after screenshot

Simplify allows particular fields to be hidden from the user interface. This helps to de-clutter forms and present a more user-friendly experience to content editors.

Views Nivo Slider

Nivo Slider is the Most Awesome jQuery Image Slider out integrated with Views and Imagecache.

http://nivo.dev7studios.com/

D8 version

#2054795: Drupal 8 version for Views Nivo Slider

D7

NOTE: Current active branch is 7.x-3.x. 7.x-2.x is deprecated, you will need to download the Nivo Slider jQuery plugin manually for 7.x-3.x

Installation
1) Install and enable the module, together with Views and Libraries API
2) Download the Nivo Slider jquery plugin, supported versions are 2.7.x and 3.x, extract it under sites/all/libraries/nivo-slider

2.7.x or 3.x?
- 2.7.x is recommended over 3.x, as 3.x does not work under Chrome (see issue)
- 2.7.x has 3 themes included, this has been removed in 3.x due to responsive design

To use
1) Create/Edit a view, it only needs 3 fields - a Title, an Image and a Link field, Image field image style is ignored, use the Format to configure it
2) Select Views Nivo Slider for both Format and Show
3) Under Format's Settings, select the correct version you downloaded earlier

D6

Crumbs, the Breadcrumbs suite

Crumbs calculates breadcrumbs for your site.
It does so by finding the parent of the current page, then the parent of the parent, etc, until it arrives at the home page.

Crumbs comes with a bunch of built-in plugins, that can be individually enabled, disabled and prioritized, and some of which provide further configuration options.

Built-in plugins

Crumbs plugins have two responsibilities: (1) to determine the parent path for a given path, and (2) to determine the title for a specific breadcrumb link.

Built-in plugins exist for: Menu, Taxonomy, Entity reference, Organic groups, Path aliases, Entityreference prepopulate, Text fields, Forum, Commerce checkout, etc.

Besides, there are configurable token-based patterns to find the parent for entity pages per bundle.

As a fallback behavior, it will always try to find a parent by chopping off the last part of the path. And for the link title, the fallback is whatever was specified with hook_menu().

Fine-grained priority control

Most plugin priorities are further subdivided, to allow even more fine-grained control: By menu name (menu), vocabulary name (taxonomy), field name and entity bundle (entity reference), group content type (organic groups), etc.

Varnish

This module provides integration between your Drupal site and Varnish cache, an advanced and very fast reverse-proxy system. Basically, Varnish handles serving static files and anonymous page-views for your site much faster and at higher volumes than Apache, in the neighborhood of 3000 requests per second.

This module provides admin-socket integration which allows Drupal to dynamically invalidate cache entries, and also lets you query the Varnish admin interface for status, etc.

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