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"Maximize your main navigation by adding text, images, videos, slideshow, tabs, menu blocks, user info ..."
That is now possible by using OM Maximenu which can create menus with all other module blocks you want as attachments, modules like views, slideshow, menu, user, nice menus, quicktabs, and custom blocks with tables, lists, images, videos, etc.
For OM Maximenu advanced editing, install OM Tools 2
File Force Download can be used to force the user's web browser to download the file to disk instead of displaying it in the browser window.
Web browsers today are pre-configured to render various types of media directly, such as text files, various image, video and audio formats, PDF documents, and Flash movies. While it is still possible to save such files afterwards by right-clicking on them and selecting "Save As..", it is sometimes desirable to just offer the file for download in the first place. File Force Download solves this issue by supplying a file with certain HTTP headers which instruct the web browser to download the file to the user's disk instead of displaying it in a browser window.
What you get from this module
Formatters for your node fields in the "Display Fields" interface
Provides integration with bLazy to lazy load and multi-serve images to save bandwidth and server requests. The user will have faster load times and save data usage if they don't browse the whole page.
A friend of mobile devices. Do not let images, especially iframes, kill mobile device traffics.
Why install and configure a bunch of modules for image management and geo tagging? The Flickr module makes life easier, both for you (site builder) and your client (site editor). Use Flickr.com to upload / organize photos and this module to embed them on your site. Flickr is already the trusted source for millions of embedded photos on the web.
This module is an extension to the CKEditor module.
It also supports CKEditor installed through the Wysiwyg module.
It seriously enhances CKEditor's outdated Flash plugin:
with CKEditor SWF, inserting a SWF animation, a FLV video or a MP3 audio file becomes as easy as inserting an image file: just pick up a SWF, FLV or MP3 file from IMCE (or CKFinder) and that's it!
It is composed of 2 parts:
A client-side CKEditor plugin that adds many features and fixes to CKEditor's default Flash plugin:
Allows SWF animation, FLV video and MP3 audio files easy embedding
Retrieves width and height from the SWF or the FLV file
Adds a lock/unlock button to maintain aspect ratio while changing width or height
Adds a button to reset width/height to the SWF file's default dimensions
Allows width/height percentage values
Adds a textfield in Properties tab to edit the base parameter
Adds a Flashvars tab to edit the flashvars parameter
Displays a real preview
Fixes various bugs of the default plugin
New (experimental, in dev)! Allows to directly paste a YouTube video URL into CKEditor SWF to embed it!
A server-side input format filter that converts the Flash embedding markup generated by CKEditor into a standards compliant one:
By default, CKEditor generates a <object><embed></embed></object> markup, which is not standards compliant. CKEditor SWF Filter converts it into the correct <object><object></object></object> markup.
Workbench Media provides integration between Media module and the Workbench suite. It simplifies the pages content administrators need to visit in order to add media.
Which version should I use?
The current branch of Media you are using should be the same branch of Workbench Media that you should use. For example, if you are using the Media 7.x-1.0 release, then you should use the latest Workbench Media 7.x-1.X release.
This is a simple module for Drupal 7.x that uses jQuery to transform the TITLE or ALT attribute of a image to a image caption. There is a settings page with lot's of possible configuration. The image caption won't show in the WYSIWYG-editor, but will be visible when you view the node.
The module differs in several ways from similar modules.
Image FUpload (Multiupload) which is an addition to image and CCK's imagefield module, gives the ability to every user who is allowed to upload images by using image module or imagefield module, to upload multiple images with one simple click. All selected images are uploaded via a flash module (swfupload) and are automatically processed.
So, there’s no need any more to upload image by image.
Upload multiple images with one click
Fully integrates in image and imagefield module (thumbs creation [also using imagecache module] / file size limit) + using Drupals AJAX
Every user can upload images depending on permission (Not only restricted to administrator)
Preview list of all uploaded images in which title, body, taxonomy and imagefield specific fields can be edited all at once (customisable [decide which fields should be provided] / themeable / preview image handling customisable / additional permission restrictions)
Taxonomy and all other modules (for example CCK fields like node reference) are supported
Automatic node title creation and predefining of imagefield fields (customisable / themeable / editable by user / token support [imagefield])
Image Assist allows users to upload and insert images inline into content. It automatically generates an "Add image" link under fields of your choice. Clicking the link opens an image browser, displaying all images that have been uploaded via the Image module.
Images can be filtered by ownership or taxonomy terms (categories). New images can be uploaded through Image Assist's dialog. Clicking on an image displays a properties page where attributes such as caption, size, and alignment can be set before the image is inserted into the post.
Image Assist is especially useful when using a client-side editor/WYSIWYG editor. Currently, it can be used with TinyMCE via Wysiwyg API - support for other editors is right on the way.
S3 File System (s3fs) provides an additional file system to your drupal site, which stores files in Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3) or any other S3-compatible storage service. You can set your site to use S3 File System as the default, or use it only for individual fields. This functionality is designed for sites which are load-balanced across multiple servers, as the mechanism used by Drupal's default file systems is not viable under such a configuration.
With this module you will be able to create interactive videos, question sets, drag and drop questions, multichoice questions, boardgames, presentations, flashcards and more using Drupal.
All the content is HTML5, meaning it will work great on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. With H5P, you create and edit HTML5 content directly in your web browser just like you edit any other Drupal content.
Scald is a popular and flexible way to handle media in Drupal.
Scald can handle images, video, audio, tweets and even Flash files. Scald works with YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud and many other providers. You can see a full list on the scald provider's page, you can also read our FAQ.
With Bulk Media Upload you can upload a bunch of files and a new node, taxonomy term, or other entity will be created for every file. The files are selected via a browser file upload dialog and can be stored in a file or image field.
Also default values can be chosen for the other fields assigned to the new node.
Imageinfo Cache will generate image styles right after an image is uploaded and also on entity save. This will help with front end performance as the needed image style will already have been generated; thus the end user doesn't have to wait for the image to be generated. This can also mitigate some issues with image style generation if your CDN is configured incorrectly as the images will be generated without the request going through the CDN.