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 is a simple module that adds an empty tag to a selected menu. The span can then be styled separately from the li and a elements. It is named after the Sliding doors technique posted by Douglas Bowman on http://alistapart.com/article/slidingdoors
Automatically redirect visitors from the cart page to the checkout page. If the visitor does not have an order already in progress an initial order can be generated along with a default product added to the cart. Designed to work with Commerce Cart Form Checkout Pane or Commerce Checkout Products List, but those aren't a requirement.
This module will assign a role to an anonymous user if the HTTP_USER_AGENT is one of a specified set of values.
When the URL is pasted into the share textbox on Facebook, the page will be scraped for content and images. If the page is unpublished or protected, Facebook will cache an error page and this error page will be displayed for future shares. This condition persists unless manually rescraped.
Selective Tweets makes it possible to add Twitter timelines and Twitter tweets to a Drupal website. When enabled, a new block type is available which displays Twitter feeds with a certain filter applied to it. The tweets are either rendered as embedded tweets or as raw HTML, which lets you style them as wished.
Allows you to display the CiviCRM menubar on non-civicrm pages of your website.
This module provides an invisible Drupal Block which loads the CiviCRM menubar. By default the block will display the menubar on every non-civicrm page of your website. Simply edit the block to refine exactly which pages the menubar appears on and which users have permission to see it.
Note that nothing displays in the block (the menubar will always be at the top of the screen), so it doesn't matter which region of the page you add it to.
This module allows admins to set the package groups on the modules admin page to collapsed by default.
This functionality is built in to the Admin Menu project, but if you use the Navbar module instead, you lose this functionality. The Modules Collapse module is a light-weight module that puts this functionality back.
A simple menu module based on taxonomy that uses blocks to show menu's that can have multiple levels.
The main reason for this module is to give people an alternative who are having issues with taxonomy menu.
This module will keep the menu active when users are viewing nodes, that way they can keep track of where they are in the menu, this works for people browsing through the website and for people landing on a node directly.
This module captures all message submitted via the site-wide contact
form and allow administrators with the "administer contact centre" permission to
view the contact message and also record notes against them, which can
optionally be sent to the original sender via email. It also has full