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 module was created primarily to address issues related to the cache_form table in Drupal.
1. Ajaxified forms throw an error if the the form was served from a cached page after the corresponding record in cache_form was deleted
2. cache_form table size can grow to be extremely large in enterprise websites
As described from those modules, this functions the same. This module is definitely not a replacement for full-fledged theming, but it provides site administrators with a quick and easy way of tweaking things without diving into full-fledged theme hacking.
This module is used to find the php filter format used in nodes, blocks and views. The main advantage of this module is, it is used to exactly find the particular nodes or views or blocks on which php filter format is used. Thus enabling the developer to reduce the time in finding out on which particular node or view or block on which the php filter is used and make the corresponding changes accordingly. This module will be listed in the Reports section of the main admin section.
Schedule Mail, adds a new function like drupal_mail to allow modules to schedule an e-mail instead of sending it directly. The mails are sent during cron runs. It also allows the modules to delete a mail from the queue, if is the mail is no longer necessary.
This is an API module, doesn't do anything by itself.
This module provides an integration with the Stripe Managed Accounts feature from Stripe Connect, so you can build a payment platform, allowing your users to have an affiliated Stripe account and receive payments using the Stripe APIs, under your platform control.
The module includes a submodule Stripe Managed Accounts User that easily integrates a Stripe Managed Account with a Drupal user.
The module provides an alternative way to show nodes content in panels.
Currently to show a node in a pane you select "Existing content" and enter node nid. If you export that page into features it can cause "conflicts", i.e. nids can be different on your dev and production servers.
Node machine name allows you to set machine names for nodes and to provide those to panels instead of nids, whereas nids for ceratins machine names on dev and production can be different.
This module adds a formatter for image field.