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 builds user profiles as content (aka nodes), which opens the opportunity to use all the powerful modules for content for user profiles too, e.g. the Content Construction Kit (CCK). It's intended to be simple and useful, but extensible by further modules.
Content profiles can be restricted to certain roles; the module also supports separate content profiles for different roles.
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.
This is a simple module that provides settings to limit the number of values to display on fields with multiple values.
The module extends the field display settings for fields which permit multiple values. Site administrators can specify how many values to display for each display mode (e.g. the teaser). Optionally, an offset can be specified to skip some values.
migrate_d2d provides a framework based on the Migrate API for migrating content from Drupal 5, Drupal 6, or Drupal 7 sites into the Drupal 7 site where it is installed. As of the 2.1 release, It requires Migrate 2.6 or later. Besides addressing contemporary needs to migrate to Drupal 7, it has helped serve as a proof-of-concept for incorporating the migration approach into core as an upgrade path (https://groups.drupal.org/imp).
The Drupal module will allow you to dynamically create and edit entities (see bellow for the list of currently working entity types)
which should be referenced into an Entity reference field.
It will help you to improve the User Experience for creation of new entities or edition of linked entities on your entity reference fields.
The "add a new" button will enable you to add / create a new entity. The first form will be cached then the new form will be generated. Once the new form is completed and saved the user will return to the original form.
The "edit" button will take the user to the edit form of the referenced entity. Once the user is done editing, he is sent back to the previous form.
Workbench Access creates editorial access controls based on hierarchies. It is an extensible system that supports structures created by other Drupal modules.
When creating and editing content, users will be asked to place the content in an editorial section. Other users within that section or its parents will be able to edit the content. A user may be granted editorial rights to a section specific to his account or by his assigned role on the site.
The module supports Taxonomy and Menu modules for the management of access hierarchies.
Note that the module only controls access to content editing. It does not provide any content filtering of access restrictions for users trying to view that content.
As the Views and Views Calc modules rely on the database to perform aggregation, you only have limited options at your disposal.
As the great Merlin himself said: "You can't aggregate a PHP expression in the database. :/ ".
That's where Views Aggregator Plus comes in. In addition to what Views and Views Calc do, this module:
This module provides an image formatter who allows you to set an image in background of a div.
The images are from a field of an entity and not from a configuration page or sth else, so it's very easy to setup and manage.
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.
EPSA Crop is a module that allows a user to choose coordinates for different presets on an image. If a user defines coordinates EPSACrop will override the Imagecache process and will set new coordinates.
Every preset with the crop action is handled by EPSACrop. If the user don't change the coordinates, the normal imagecache process is applied.
This module is used to delete all content and/or users from a site. This is mainly a developer tool, which can come in handy in several cases, listed below.
The usual way to do this is to go to Administer -> Content then select all the nodes and delete them. This works if you have a handful of nodes only. If you have hundreds or thousands of nodes, then it is not a practical solution.
Another option is to directly delete the nodes from the node table in the database. This does not work properly, since there are also comments, and many tables for add on modules that needs to be cleaned.
This is a test site that the client was using for a period of time, and they must clean it up before starting with real data.
You are testing something that creates a lot of nodes (e.g. aggregator), and want to do it over and over again.
You created a site in the past and want to replicate it again, but with new content.
Note that for nodes, comments and all additions to nodes that contributed modules may have added. For users, any additional module data will also be deleted.
Search and Replace Scanner can do plain text search-and-replace, or regular expression search-and-replace, against the title, body and text content fields on all nodes in your system. This is useful for finding html strings that Drupal's normal search will ignore. The module is very handy if you are fixing typos in a lot of content, changing the name of your company, or are changing the URL of a link included multiple times in multiple nodes, among other things.
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.
Have you ever wanted to include the rendering of node within the content of another node? For example, embedding an Image/Slideshow/Video node within the body of an Article node. Or the embedding of an Author node as a bio block within a blog posting? Node Embed allows you to do that.
Download the module and simply copy it into your contributed modules folder:
[for example, your_drupal_path/sites/all/modules] and enable it from the modules administration/management page.
More information at: Installing contributed modules (Drupal 7)
After successful installation, you don't have to do anything. Because this module hijacks the Image button on toolbar, replaces it with the one in this module and automatically enables the plugin itself.
The Drupal SEO Tools module seamlessly integrates a sophisticated all-in-one suite of search engine reporting, analysis and optimization tools into your website. It provides a dashboard that integrates analytics reports with links to webmaster tools and vital Drupal SEO modules.
The support module provides a basic ticketing system and helpdesk that is native to Drupal, offering complete email integration.
Support for Drupal 8
Development of an 8.x version of this module has started. It is a complete re-write and re-architecture built on Views, Entities and OG. A migration path will be provided from the latest 6.x-1.x release; we hope the community will contribute a patch to also provide a migration path from the latest 7.x-1.x release. We aim to make the first beta releases available during the Fall of 2015. https://github.com/tag1consulting/support
The Support module offers the following features:
Ticketing activity is illustrated with colorful charts (depends on the Chart API module).
Tickets can be assigned to users (and users can view all tickets assigned to them).
Tickets support states (new, active, pending, closed, etc) and priorities (low, normal, high, critical, etc).
Configurable email notifications for new and updated tickets.
Email integration allows tickets to be created and updated via email, with support for attachments. New users can be automatically created. Ticket properties can be updated via email (using included support_mailcmd module).
Highly configurable client and user ticket overviews, highlighting tickets that haven't been updated for a long time.
Fully integrated with Drupal's search functionality, users can only search for tickets they have access to.
Supports an unlimited number of clients, each with their own configuration and access permissions.
Homebox allows site administrators to create dashboards for their users, using blocks as widgets. Blocks in a Homebox page are resizeable, and reorderable by dragging.
Homebox is currently used on Drupal.org for the 'Your Dashboard' feature.
Version 3.x of Homebox is under active development for Drupal 7, with many new features and improvements. There is no upgrade path from 6.x-1.x to 6.x-3.x or 7.x-2.x. You must completely uninstall version 6.x-1.x prior to installing version 3.x.