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 adds a responsive Photo Grid display style to Views. The Photo Grid style arranges photos such that the height in each row is consistent, and the photos always fill up all the available width.
The Rules block visibility module allows Rules components to be used to control block visibility. This provides Drupal administrators and developers extreme flexibility in controlling when blocks should be displayed on their websites, in addition to the default visibility options provided by Drupal.
This module enables the CodeSnippet plugin from CKEditor.com in your WYSIWYG. It includes the highlightjs library and all available styles for it. If you've ever wanted to drop code examples in your Drupal content and have it highlighted in a pretty format, this is for you.
WYSIWYG (dev version), Libraries API, and CKEditor library version 4.x+ are required.
This modules provides a simple way to lock your site down using a single username and password. The initial goal was to prevent search engines and clients from viewing sites that are under active development. Once enabled and configured you cannot browse to any pages on the site other than the Cookie Lock page.
Your Drupal session isn't affected by this module. This means you can lock your site down, but still allow anonymous user testing (provided they entered proper credentials).
This module provides integration for the Stacktable.js plugin for creating
responsive tables. The purpose of Stacktable.js is to give you an easy way
of converting wide tables to a format that will work better on small screens.
It creates a copy of the table that is converted into a 2-column key/value form
Based on the HTML canvas element and the jqscribble JS library, this module provides the functionality to add canvas pages to your site. Visitors with the corresponding permission can then draw on the canvas' (scribble blackboards) of those sites. The idea is to provide a module that turns your website into a more or less public canvas, such that visitors can draw pictures together and save their changes.
This module adds some basic configuration options to Webforms that allow a user with permission to create a webform to control whether the default captcha appears on a specific webform. Users with permission to administer Captchas can control all settings the way they would for any other form. These options where originally contributed as a patch to the Captcha Webform Bridge, but never committed and that project's maintainer was unresponsive. So now this project exists. Enjoy.