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 project is an implementation of the Amazon Product Advertising API.
It's modular in design, with a central "Pure API" component that interacts with Amazon, and optional modules to handle expanded data for additional product types, features like wish-lists and customer reviews, etc.
The Amazon API Module and Amazon Store will now be actively maintained, updated and enhanced.
Out of the box, the Media and File Entity modules attach media to entities using Fields but they provide no way to then display media in those fields as links to the parent entity. A common use-case for this would be a teaser view of a node showing an image linked to the node.
This very simple module adds an option to the "File Types" view mode settings to accomplish this (at admin/config/media/file-types/manage/image/file-display for images).
Inline module allows users to display uploaded files and images inline, i.e. place links to files into a content using a simple [inline:filename.jpg] tag. The effect is a link to the file or the display of an image, depending on the file type.
Inline allows users to place an uploaded image or a file attachment anywhere in the content. During creation of a content, a user can simply enter the number or filename of the attachment that should be displayed inline. After submitting the content, the number is automatically converted to the corresponding filename.
Developers, get started by reading the SWF Embed Handbook Page. The handbook walks you through the process of using SWF Embed in your own code.
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.
Googtube allows users to embed Youtube, Vimeo and Google Videos in a simple way without tags. When users post a url to videos the link is automatically converted to a video witch is actually embed code.
Integrate with Commerce in order to allow you to charge users to create nodes. It is possible to have multiple different product offerings for each node type, so the user can pick the product they want to purchase when creating the node. An example use-case would be a classifieds site that charges people to post listings.
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.
Place the entire barcode directory into the directory in which you've chosen to place contrib modules (usually sites/all/modules).
Enable the barcode module by navigating to: administer > modules
Copy your font to the barcode/ folder (D6)
Finish the configuration at admin/content/barcode (admin/settings/barcode in D6 v2 and admin/config/media/barcode in D7 v2) specifying the location of your font file and the desired encoding.
Add barcode fields to your content types as desired.
Generate a barcode image on the fly. It supports QR Code, EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A, UPC-E, ISBN, 2 of 5 Symbologies (Strandard, Industrial, Interleaved), Postnet, Codabar, Code128, Code39 and Code93 symbologies.
You can also display the barcode as simple text, or an image.
You can provide your own font file at fonts directory
The easiest, most effective way to grow your website traffic, effectively engage your audience, monetize, and gain insights for free.
Shareaholic is an all-in-one content amplification and monetization platform, that includes related content recommendations, promoted content, social sharing, following, site monetization apps such as affiliate linking, and social analytics. This module makes it a snap for any website — big or small — to engage and grow their traffic, market their content, gain insights, and monetize their traffic, all from one powerful but easy-to-use dashboard.
This module is actively developed (GitHub), maintained and supported with much love by Shareaholic.
File admin extends the File entity module to add administrative options to files, including published, promoted, and sticky status.
The File entity module provides a lot of functionality for creating and editing file items, making it possible to use files as stand-along records rather than, for example, needing a node attached to a file. However, it's often important to be able to filter and sort files by the sort of criteria that nodes have: is a file published? sticky at the top of lists? promoted?
How to use File admin
After enabling the module, navigate to the file types page at admin/structure/file-types. Click the "Edit file type" link for a given file type. At the bottom of the form you will see a set of vertical tabs. Configure them to set the defaults for that file type. For example, to have videos default to unpublished, click the "Edit file type" link for video, click the "Workflow" tab, uncheck the "Published" checkbox, and submit.
Navigate to the user permissions page and optionally assign the "View own unpublished file details" permission to selected roles. This permission allows users to see their own files before they have been published.
If you just want to add Flash content to nodes without having to worry about writing any HTML or PHP then this module is for you! Create a flash node, upload an swf file, and hit submit, and you have flash on your site.
For more advanced use you can combine flash node with SWF Tools and flash node will accept flv and mp3 files for easy playback. You can use the flash node input filter to re-use your flash content in other nodes. Or use PHP to construct flashvars strings to let flash elements react to your site.
Now with Views!
After many requests the first releases of flash node with support for Views is available. Views support is available for both flash node 5 and flash node 6. Using the Views capability you can define customised views that include flash content. You can pass parameters to the flash content as you would with a flash node macro, so you can scale the content to a size to suit your needs. Documentation for Views support isn't in place yet, but hopefully it is fairly self explanatory.