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Integration with the Leaflet JavaScript mapping library.

Now compatible with Leaflet JS 0.7.7 as well as Leaflet JS 1.0.0 !

IMPORTANT: if you wish to use Leaflet JS 1.0.0 with Leaflet MarkerCluster, please read the note on its project page.

A Modern, Lightweight Open-Source JavaScript Library for Interactive Maps by CloudMade.


Similar By Terms

This Drupal module attempts to provide context for content items by displaying a block with links to other similar content. Similarity is based on the taxonomy terms assigned to content. Blocks are available based on similarity within each of the defined vocabularies for a site as well as a block for similarity within all vocabularies.

What does this really mean? How should you use this module?


Translation Overview

Translation Overview

The Translation Overview page provides a table listing the site's nodes and showing what's been translated into each language. It also lets you assign priorities for translating nodes into the various languages.

For translations of taxonomy terms and menu items check out the Translation table module.


Backup and Migrate Files

NOTE: This module has now been rolled into the 3.x branch of Backup and Migrate and is no longer supported independently.

This module is a plugin for Backup and Migrate and does nothing on its own. You must download and install Backup and Migrate 2.x (Aug 24 dev or later) to use this module. This module is not compatible with version 1 of Backup and Migrate.


Media: SoundCloud


Media: SoundCloud adds SoundCloud as a supported media provider.

Most popular web services, including SoundCloud, support oEmbed. It is generally recommended to use Media: oEmbed instead of specific provider modules.


Media: SoundCloud has one dependency.

Contributed modules



Popup login form

The popup suite allows builders to popup tooltip-like text, nodes, blocks, menus, forms, views and php-generated content.

It includes the following modules:


View reference

View Reference example

Defines a field type View reference which creates a relationship to a Views display and allows the view to be displayed as the content of the field.

This module is modelled on Node reference and usage is similar.




Paragraphs is the new way of content creation!
It allows you — Site Builders — to make things cleaner so that you can give more editing power to your end-users.

Instead of putting all their content in one WYSIWYG body field including images and videos, end-users can now choose on-the-fly between pre-defined Paragraph Types independent from one another. Paragraph Types can be anything you want from a simple text block or image to a complex and configurable slideshow.



The Prepopulate module allows fields in most forms to be pre-populated from the $_REQUEST variable.

For example, the following URL,


Keyword Research

Drupal Keyword Research

The Keyword Research module provides intelligence to help you explore, analyze and select better keyword phrases for your content directly from your website. It also enables you to quickly and easily organize your targeted keywords and tag pages using a variety of popular methods.

Watch the Keyword Research screencast demo

The module provides reports on a keyword phrase's popularity and the popularity of suggested related phrases using various data sources such as; Wordtracker, Scribe SEO, WordStream and Google Adwords. It also provides convenient links to a variety of third party tools, such as Google Trends, Google traffic estimator and GoRank’s related keyword tool for additional insight.

It wraps any keywords generated by supporting modules and all keyword in research reports with a pop-up actions menu that enables one click popularity reports and adding & removing keywords in taxonomies, More Like This, and meta keywords.

Modules that support keyword actions are:


Translation helpers

Translation helpers enables other modules to respond to changes in the "source translation" of a set of translated content. This functionality is useful for modules that track data by the "source translation" (node.tnid value).

This module doesn't do anything on its own. You should install it only if it's suggested or required by another module you're using.

The module also provides other methods for modules to use with translated content.

Drupal 8

A Drupal 8 version won't be needed. Translation Helpers addresses use cases related to the model of translation used in the Drupal 7 core Content Translation module, in which each language has its own node. Drupal 8 has switched to fields-based translation, in which the awkward workarounds of D7 will be a thing of the past.


Views Excel Export


Simple module that allows to export Views data to Excel (xls).

Uses php-excel class with UTF8 support.



If you will see message "The file you are trying to open, [filename], is in different format than specified by the file extension." just click YES.


Unique field


This module performs additional validation when a node is created or updated by a user to require that a node's title, author, language, and CCK fields are unique within a given context.

Without this module, Drupal and CCK do not prevent multiple nodes from having the same title or the same value in a certain field.

For example, if you have a content type with a date field and there should only be one node per date, you could use this module to prevent a node from being saved with a date already used in another node.


Twitter Pull

Twitter Pull is a small module, the only purpose of which is to allow super-easy embedding of public twitter data like: a user timeline or twitter search results by hashtag or a search term. The emphasis is on making these very specific tasks as easy and straightforward as possible. The purpose of the module is not to be an end-all solution for Twitter.


This module uses an authenticated API to retrieve tweets. Twitter will be turning this off sometime in the near future and this module may CEASE TO FUNCTION. See #1781024: Make the Twitter Pull module work when Twitter turns off the version 1 API for more information.

Intended Audience

The intended audience of the module are developers and designers.


There're no authentication information or API Keys required. Module only interacts with non-auth APIs. In the end, it all boils down to a single function:

twitter_pull_render ($twitkey, $title = NULL, $num_items = NULL, $themekey = NULL)

  • @param $twitkey
    Twitter key, which can be a username (prepended with @) a hashtag (prepended with #) or a search keyword (no prefix)
  • @param $title
    title passed to tpl.php. If you want title to be disabled, pass boolean False.
  • @param $num_items
    maximum number of tweets to pull from the Twitter result-set. Can't be more than 20.
  • @param $themekey


Wysiwyg API template plugin

In TinyMCE, CK Editor and FCK Editor, there is a template function, which allows a user to select a HTML template from a drop-down and insert it into the WYSIWYG text-area. This module supports those features for use with the WYSIWYG API.

Note for CKEditor 4.x users



The Alchemy module provides several interfaces for analyzing site content via the Alchemy services API.

Watch the Alchemy screencast demo

What is Alchemy?

AlchemyAPI provides content owners and web developers with a rich suite of content analysis and meta-data annotation tools.

AlchemyAPI uses statistical natural language processing technology and machine learning algorithms to analyze your content, extracting semantic meta-data: information about people, places, companies, topics, languages, and more.

Expose the semantic richness hidden in any content using named entity extraction, phrase/term extraction, document categorization, language detection, structured content scraping, and more. Use AlchemyAPI to enhance your website, blog, content management system, or semantic web application.

- from alchemyapi.com

What does that mean?

Alchemy does several things, but this module currently concentrates on Alchemy's term extraction tools:

  • Keywords: This tool extracts keywords from node and page content, similar to the Yahoo! Term Extraction API but provides higher quality keywords that are more useful for SEO


Collapse Text

As this is an input filter, it will only work where input filters are applied.

This input filter must come after the HTML filter, and should go after the convert line breaks filter.

To make a section of text collapsible, surround it with [collapse] and [/collapse]. You may nest the [collapse] tags to have collapsible sections within collapsible sections.

To make the text collapsed initially, start with [collapse collapsed]. As a shortcut, you may use [collapsed], as this will be expanded into [collapse collapsed].

You may supply a title to be displayed in two ways. There is a title= option for the [collapse] tag, or the module will find the first header tag and use that instead. New in 6.x-2.5, you can control the default title used if one isn't specified.

Also supported is a class= option, which allows you to add CSS classes.

Older versions had a slightly different specification, which is still supported.

Read the filter tips for more information.


Entity Rules

Entity Rules provides a page for selecting and creating Rules components that will be executed when different operations happen to an Entity of a particular bundle. This provides an alternative method of triggering Rules. Instead of adding entity related events to Reaction Rules you are able to select which Rules will fire from the bundle management page.

Currently the operations supported are create, update, delete, validation and form access. You are also able to pass different arguments to the Rules per bundle.

This module allows users you don't have access to the Rules UI to select Rules to be triggered for bundles that they can manage. This can be useful for module such as Entityforms, Entity Registration, and Entity Construction Kit.

Video Intro

For example usage see the Entity Rules Node Limits sandbox project. This creates 4 Form Access rules.

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ImageField Focus

ImageField Focus: scale and crop focusing on the important portion of the image

This module allows to scale and crop images focusing on their important portions.

If you are using ImageField and ImageCache, you might have had hard times trying to get Scale And Crop to show what you actually want of your images.
That is what ImageField Focus was made for.
It allows you to tell ImageCache what portion of the image you want to focus to, and what portion you want to be cut out.

Key features

  • Extends ImageField's Image widget (no separate widget!)
  • Adds a new Focus Scale And Crop ImageCache action.
  • Adds a new Focus Crop ImageCache action.
  • Uses a new jQuery plugin that will soon be also available as a separate download.
  • Integrates with Smart Crop.


Webform share

This is a helper module to prepopulate newly created webforms and to export / import webforms between sites.

Only tested on Webform 6.x-3.x and 7.x-4.x / Exports between different versions (6.x to 7.x or 3.x to 4.x) will probably not work.

Example usage 1: Prepopulated webforms

  1. Create a webform with the required components.
  2. Export the webform
  3. Edit the webform content type and paste in the content from the export (under Publishing options)
  4. Use the standard node add content links and each new content item created should be prepopulated with the exported webform.


Views content cache

Views content cache settings page

This module implements a views cache plugin that is aware of content and can provide caching for views, until the content in those views changes.


Just enable the module, find the views that you'd like to enable caching for, edit and select the 'Content-based' cache option in the 'Caching' option on the 'Basic settings' section. Then choose which cache segments to monitor for changes, and optionally set some min/max cache lifetimes.
Full details are in the documentation.


Name Field

A multi-value import Name field and three custom formats

Name Field is a module that provides a CCK / Field Name element.

Drupal 7 features

  • Real name: Uses the new Drupal hook for creating an alternative screen name to the users user name. To enable this feature, simply add a name field to the user bundle and enable this feature when configuring the field.
  • Webform component: Adds a name component to the webform components list.
  • Text field support for Titles and Generational suffixes.
  • Optional autocomplete options for all text fields
  • Field inline CCS style options were added for the individual components.
    Formatter component classes (in SPAN tags) are optionally additions.
  • Feeds, Name DB (100,000 weighted), Migrate, Views (native and custom filter) and Devel Generate integration.
    There has been a request to remove Migrate support as Migrate Extras also handles this field. Please supply feedback if you use Migrate and this module.
  • Inline component markup formatting options. This can be found in the field formatting options.
  • Full Token module support for specific formatters or components with delta support.


Image javascript crop



This module makes a 'Javascript crop' effect available for Image styles (Imagecache in Drupal 6). Because this happens when the image is displayed the original image is always preserved and can be cropped in different ways depending on where it is used.


Typical Configuration

Go to Configuration > Media > Image styles and click the Add style link. Choose a name for your style, then on the next page choose to add the JavaScript crop effect and configure as appropriate.


Node form columns

Form editing

Separates the node forms into two columns and a footer.

This module alleviates some of the problems with the mile-long node forms in Drupal. Other than that it gives you the possibility to use different weights and collapsed states for your forms than for your presentation.

To get started, go to "admin/content/node-type/page" (or whatever content type you want to configure) and you should see the "Manage form" option that points to "admin/content/node-type/page/form". If not, clear your cache.


Read More Link

This module allows you to move the "Read more" link from the node's links area to the end of the teaser text.