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.
Enki is like the crazy scientist version of https://www.drupal.org/project/devel_themer . This one wraps theme functions and templates and puts information in comments instead of making them visible. The information includes the name of the theme hook and the name of every variable, followed by a list of (pre)process function that added or changed this variable. A * before the variable name means it was there before (pre)process.
Social Link Formatter is a module that adds a new formatter for link fields that renders a link as an appropriate icon linking to the destination if the link is related to a social network. The icon is guessed automatically from the hostname of the link. If the hostname is not related to a supported social network, then no icon is rendered.
This module offers the missing connection between product types and line item types.
In this case Products serve as a blueprint for line items.
A product is referenced and all fields for the line item are prefilled with the data from the product.
But you are still able to edit and customize the line item. This will not affect the product in any way.
This module provides a field to integrate with Skype buttons and Skype URI's. The module contains 2 formatters, both configurable. When a stable drupal 8 version is released, this module will be ported
The idea behind this module is to create a simple set of tools to make it easy to do integrations with Trello. For now only reading is supported. The module does nothing in itself, but enables developers to more easily do various things like getting boards or cards without understanding the Trello API
The module is being developed, and breaking changes can occur.
Simple Module. No configuration required. Reindex content after enabling the module.
On a multilingual site, Apachesolr by default shows search results from all languages. This module when enabled, displays search results from the current language of the site.
If a node is not available in the current language and if the search term matches the content of the node present in the default language of the site, then the default language node is shown in the search results, as a fallback.
With Community Media Series you can create series and automatically create cm_shows and cm_airings based on specified criteria. The idea is to radically simplify creating recurring shows, without having to add each show and its airings one by one.