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 provides site builders with additional options for the 'summary' field when using "Text Area with a Summary" widget.
Often, a summary or teaser field is used when displaying content in views. Drupal already has built in support for a summary field, however there is not much control of whether or not it is display, or required.
This module uses non blocking batch job requests for generating http cache pages for Nginx fastcgi and such, from sitemap.xml files provided by the xmlsitemap module.
The method used for cache generation is PHP's Curl "fresh connect" requests.
You will also get the optional xhc_cron module, for planning daily http cache warmup with cron tasks for Drupal's awesome Elysia cron module.
Simple Voicemail is a simple voicemail module for Drupal designed for people who
would like a second phone number that functions as a voicemail box. Use cases
envisioned are a small business that has no fixed line but uses mobile phones,
throwaway numbers for Craigslist ads, or community organizations that want a
voice number backed by nothing but a mailbox.
Can optionally try forwarding a call to another number before the voicemail answers.
HTML Diff is an extension of the Diff module. While the Diff module itself only compares the source code of two revisions, HTML Diff lets you compare the rendered HTML code visually - like WYSIWYG. This should enable non-technical editors to review diffs without dealing with HTML tags.
HTML Diff ignores HTML attributes like class, id, style...etc. It only takes care of usual HTML tags like p, div, ul, li, strong, h1, h2.. etc.
This is a small API module that may be used by other modules to generate a hint string intended for insertion into the project's hook_help. It has no adminsitrative UI and will not do anything by itself; install this module only if some other module tells you to.
The hint string may point to online documentation, the project's README.md or README.txt, or help texts provided by Advanced help.
Entity Bulk Delete is a module which delete the entity in bulk using batch processing API. Entity Bulk Delete module provide the option to delete the entity using customize way. This module will permanently delete your entity so it is advised to use that module with your own risk and make sure you have a backup.
The Entity Bulk Delete module is very similar to other Drupal modules.
For installation of the Entity Bulk Delete module
please follow the below mentioned steps:
This module is a code generator for Drupal developers.. It generates much of the code needed to create custom field types, as a fully-working, downloadable module.
It has some very interesting features, like support, out of the box, for the following data fields as columns of the field type created:
Protocol Relative URLs makes all file URLs generated by Drupal to be protocol relative.
What are protocol relative URLs?
Protocol relative URLs look like: //example.com/foo/bar. Dropping the protocol from the URL allows your web browser to assign the current protocol to the URL. So, if you are visiting the site in HTTPS mode, links will point to HTTPS, and if you are visiting the site in HTTP mode, links will point to HTTP.
* Note: protocol relative URLs will cause IE7/8 to download stylesheets twice.
The Block Attributes module allows users to specify additional HTML attributes for blocks, through the block's configuration interface, such as class, id, style, title and more.
It appeared the ability for users to configure Blocks' HTML ID, classes or custom styles has been a recurring request (for quite some time). Therefore, this module attempts to provide a solution for these cases and support more HTML attributes for blocks.
This is a simple module that builds on top of XML Sitemap module (v2.0). It allows generating sitemap.xml for multiple domains that point to the same Drupal site. For example, you might have example.com, example.us, example.io that all point to the same Drupal site. Using this module will allow generating separate sitemap.xml files under each domain that point to the correct domain name. For example, example.us/sitemap.xml will have links pointing to example.us/..., etc.
This module provides additional settings for Features Packages, allowing for more sensible administration on sites with big number of Features, especially when some of these Features do not need to get their State checked all the time during the development.