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Call Me

Module "Call Me" provides a block through which users can send a request to call back. Requests are sent to the specified email addresses.


Snoobi web analytics

What is Snoobi
Snoobi is a visitor tracking tool as well as a web analytics service. The visitor tracking collects information about your website, providing the insight necessary to ensure that your website supports your business objectives and helps in achieving them. With the guidance of Snoobi's professionals, this knowledge can be turned to action and action into results. (Source: www.snoobi.com)



Development and issue management moved to Github

About this module

This module creates an integration with Recline.js to visualize user-submitted data.


Heap Analytics

Drupal Heap Analytics

Adds the Heap Analytics web statistics tracking system to your website.

Heap is web and mobile analytics that automatically captures everything. You can analyze data instantly and retroactively. No shipping code. No waiting for data.

The module allows you to add the following statistics features to your site:


Cookie Log

Records all cookies that all users have set when they load a page.

This allows easier auditing of cookies on your websites for conformance with the EU cookie law.

Information appears under admin/reports/cookies


OG SimpleStats

OG SimpleStats provides some basic group statistics including total post count, total member count, and total comment count (coming soon). This module is meant as a lightweight alternative to OG Statistics. OG Statistics also has not released a Drupal 7 port yet, so this module serves those sites looking for basic group statistics.


Google Analytics Referrer

The correct(?) spelling of referrer :-)

Lightweight, scalable, no-nonsense, enable-and-forget collector of referrers for all pages on your site, drawing on data collected by Google Analytics. Hardly any load on your server, no negative impact on the user. Highly customizable. Suitable even for large and high-traffic sites.


Settings audit log

Looking for new maintainer - contact beejeebus if you're interested!

Ever wanted to know what changed in the {variable} table? Who changed it? What the old value was?

Well, this is the module for you.

Using a database level trigger and a log of the connection id of the current request, we can log all of this. This should allow a bunch of other modules to be written on top of this one to allow for rollbacks etc.

Postgresql and Mysql supported, requires Mysql version greater than 5, and requires plpgsql installed on the Drupal database for Postgresql.


User Progress API

Blog post / screencast on what this module does (D6)
User progress is an API for fine grain event tracking of a user through your site. This has been developed for use within the context of education and charting student progression through out a system but should be able to be used in any drupal site to track certain user actions. By default the module does nothing other then provide the framework for other modules to invoke. Some included modules that implement this (and how):



This module adds a dquarks content type to your Drupal site.
A dquarks can be a questionnaire, request form...
These can be used by visitor to make contact or to enable a more complex survey than polls provide.

Submissions from a dquarks are saved in a database table and can optionally be mailed to e-mail addresses upon submission.

DQuarks includes:
- Creating quiz and surveys
- Showing correct answer and score of users
- Notify administrator after submission
- Download results into excel file
- Notify users by sending him emails
- Manage rules of direction: the form will be created based on responses recorded during the primary configuration.

Common features between the DQuarks module and the Webform module:

- Create a new form / quiz
- Send a notification mail after submission of form / quiz
- Display submissions
- Export results into Excel file
- Analyze results of form / quiz

Additional features in the DQuarks module:

- Show results: allow users to choose how to display and publish results of the quiz. Available ways are listed below:

  • After every page
  • Only on the end
  • Don't show result
  • Include the result with e-mails
  • Show score


Content Experiments Context

Allows inserting Google Content Experiments code in the header of any page view using Context.
Requires an existing Google Analytics account (classic or universal).
Can be used as standalone or with Content Experiments module.


Google Analytics Sync

Google Analytics Sync allows to synchronize information from Google Analytics to Drupal saving information in node_counter table.
Information is synchronized in periodic intervals (via Drush or Cron) and after being available in Drupal can be used for generic statistics, or for
creating views representing most popular items.

The module is specially useful for sites using a CDN or a Reverse Proxy in front of Drupal that can not use the normal statistics module.


Configure correctly Google Analytics Reports to connect to GA API using your key.



This module brings Webtrends analytics integration to Drupal. All you need to do is to install the module, change the configuration settings, and you are good to go.

Key features:

* Easy configuration
* Per role tracking
* Optional CTools Page Manager integration that allows for different Webtrends settings and meta tags per page / variation.

Sponsored by Optaros


W3C Analyzer

W3C Analyzer provides a quick and easy way to validate any page on your site. It integrates data from the W3C Validator module into the Content Analysis API UI.


  • Node edit – enables you to validate content while adding or editing nodes without having to leave the node edit form or saving the node. (node edit demo)
  • Block – Provides a block to validate any page on your site including themed nodes, views, panels and coded pages. (block demo)
  • Admin form – provides additional analysis input options including a text area for validation of free form content, a URL input enabling analysis of any accessible page on the web, and a node id input for analysis of saved nodes. (admin form demo)

The goal of the module to help you create content that doesn't break across browsers, is accessible and improves your Drupal SEO rankings.


User Auth.log

User Auth.log

Allows for logging user actions on sensitive/critical administrative pages. Logging is limited to specific users and/or user roles (configurable). Logging only occurs on specific administrative pages (configurable). Features include:



Easychart is a graphical user interface, built on top of the stunning Highcharts-javascript library: http://www.highcharts.com/products/highcharts

This module is a tool especially for content editors, to easily transform data in CSV format into Highcharts charts, using the Easychart-plugin.


Dropfort Update


Manage your site status reports, available updates and filter release information using Dropfort.com


Field Analytics

Field Analytics is a class-based field usage analysis module, providing reports on data for any fieldable entity.

Use cases? A survey reporting engine (currently used by Entityforms for it's reports), user profile statistics (plays nice with Profile2). help us think of more use cases!


PageRank Widget

PageRank Widget

A block showing the Google PageRank of the site (e.g. PageRank 3).

Optionally modify the widget color, rounded corners and other CSS values by enabling the Style (CSS) Settings module.


AJAX Download Counter

This module uses AJAX to count file downloads. It's optimized for medium to large sites (such as my own site, OpenGameArt.org) where the total number of file downloads might be in the hundreds of thousands or even millions. Using this module has some advantages and some limitations versus other methods of counting downloads:


Scribe SEO Analyzer

Scribe SEO Score

Scribe SEO is an search engine optimization software service for Drupal and other CMS platforms - think of it as a content optimization assistant - that analyzes web pages, blog posts, and online press releases at the click of a button.

Scribe then tells web writers of any kind how to tweak their content to get more search engine traffic, all while maintaining quality reader-focused copy.

Watch the Scribe SEO screencast demo

Try the Scribe SEO reports demo

The Search Engine Optimization (SEO) process can generally be defined as four key parts; content, keywords, site structure and links. Most SEO activity focuses on one or all of these areas.

Scribe is designed to help authors/writers participate in the SEO process through the intelligent review and analysis of the content on the page.

First, we review the structure of the content. Next, we review the semantic structure of the document to find the most relevant keyword terms based on search behavior and identify how you can better use these terms within your content. Finally we score the content and provide an overview of how well you are meeting SEO best practices for content organization.



FireStats Logo

FireStats is a web statistics system. This module allow FireStats to monitor access to your Drupal site. A live demo of FireStats is available here. Please report Firestats integration module's problems in the project issue tracker and the statistics system's problems to http://firestats.cc/

Visibility API (Optional):

  • Firestats module is integrated with Visibility API module to set stats collection from specific parts of the website only; just like the block visibility setup.



This module will check various statistics of a site.

Statistics currently fetched

  • Google Pagerank
  • Alexa Traffic Rank
  • Google Backlink
  • Google Indexed
  • Alltheweb Indexed
  • DMOZ.org listing
  • Yahoo Directory listed
  • Domain Age

This module was originally developed for http://pagerankandalexa.com


Forms (FSE)

Forms based on entities.


The first Beta is released. We like to rethink the permissions before releasing stable. We also need to test more with features and ctools exports. Furthermore it is bug fixing! Fill that issue queue!


Ever needed Webforms with complete Views integration?
Since Forms is build on the fieldable Entity layer, you get full support for Rules and Views out of the box.

When you are building long forms or expect a lot of submissions, the Webform module is probably a better choice. This Forms module is compared with Webform heavy, but more flexible.

The Forms module now comes with:

  • Views support
  • Rules support
  • Features support
  • Fields support
  • A Field to attach a Form to another Entity (e.g. Nodes)

All Fields you use in nodes can be used in Forms as field, including images, files and dates.

Multi page Forms is supported with Field group or with skilip's sandbox project Page break field.

Use Forms with other Entities



#D7CX pledge upheld: Zeitgeist received a full Drupal 7 release on the day that Drupal 7 was released.


This is a module implementing history functions for search. It includes configurable "Latest" and "Top" search blocks and page reports over calendar date ranges, and its API provides frequency reporting on searches over various calendar-based time periods e.g., "last quarter" instead of "the last 90 days".