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FileField

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FileField provides a universal file upload field for CCK. It is a robust alternative to core's Upload module and an absolute must for users uploading a large number of files. Great for managing video and audio files for podcasts on your own site.

Features

  • Configurable upload paths allow you to save files into per-field or per-user directories
  • Per-field and per-node file size limits
  • Extensive API for extending field widgets and managing files
  • Full revision/translation file management
  • Views support
  • Ajax Uploads (and progress bar support with the PECL uploadprogress extension)
  • Pretty Icons
  • All the goodness of CCK (multiple output formats, shared fields, multiple values, and much more)

Field formatter settings

The Field API in Drupal core lacks the ability for other modules to easily alter field formatter settings forms and the formatter summaries. This module is a small API provider for other modules since it's too late to get the hooks into Drupal 7 core.

Media: Vimeo

Vimeo

Media: Vimeo adds Vimeo as a supported media provider.

Most popular web services, including Vimeo, support oEmbed. It is generally recommended to use Media: oEmbed instead of specific provider modules.

Requirements

Media: Vimeo has one dependency.

Contributed modules

Nodequeue

Ordering a subqueue

The Nodequeue module allows users to collect nodes in an arbitrarily ordered list. The order in the list can be used for a any purpose, such as:

  • A block listing teasers for the five top news stories on a site
  • A user’s favorite music albums
  • A group of favorite from which one is randomly displayed

Nodequeue provides a simple drag-and-drop interface to manually order any queue. Additionally, it allows nodes to be added and removed from queues without needing edit permissions to the node. Nodes can be added to queues either from a queue management tab or by links on the node teaser.

Smartqueue API

Nodequeue provides a robust API that allows other modules to define smartqueues, which are associated with external data. For example, the included taxonomy smartqueue creates subqueues for a given queue for every term in the chosen vocabulary. Nodes are then only eligible for subqueues whose term matches the nodes terms. This makes it very easy to have queues for each category without cluttering the management page.

Modules that Extend Nodequeue:

Entity Translation

Allows (fieldable) entities to be translated into different languages, by introducing entity/field translation for the new translatable fields capability in Drupal 7. Maintained by the Drupal core i18n team.

This project does not replace the Internationalization project, which focuses on enabling a full multilingual workflow for site admins/builders. Some features, e.g. content language negotiation or taxonomy translation, might overlap but most of them are unrelated.

Integration

  • Title module allows to replace entity labels with fields to make them translatable.

Dependencies

Entity Translation requires core version at least 7.15.

Usage

Multiple forms

This is an API module which lets you put several forms into one <form>.

The usage is very simple: there is one API function to call: multiform_get_form() and you can pass the form names in the attribute list.

Memcache API and Integration

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Features

This module provides integration between Drupal and Memcached with the following features:

  • An API for using Memcached and the PECL Memcache or Memcached libraries with Drupal.
  • Memcache backends for the following systems (all drop-in):
    • Caching (memcache.inc)
    • Locking (memcache-lock.inc)
    • Sessions (memcache-session.inc) (D6 only)
  • A module that provides a comprehensive administrative overview of Drupal's interaction with Memcached and stats.
  • A set of tests that can be run to test your memcache setup.

EU Cookie Compliance

Notice: If you are using a responsive theme please use the 7.x-1.12 version or later of the module.

Overview

This module intends to deal with the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications that comes into effect in the UK on 26th May 2012. From this date on, you run the risk of enforcement action if you are not compliant or visibly working towards compliance. More information can be found here

The above information applies to the UK however the EU law will be enforced in all EU countries and hence the module can be used everywhere in the EU.

By enabling and configuring the module you will demonstrate to the regulator that you, as the owner of the website:

  • are doing as much as possible to reduce the amount of time before your visitors receive information about cookies (information appears as soon as a visitor enters the site).
  • are providing your visitors with options. (find out more about cookies, do not browse if you disagree).
  • ensure that the information on cookies is readily available to your visitor(visible pop-up at the bottom of the screen).

Feeds Tamper

Feeds Tamper provides a small plugin architecture for Feeds to modify data before it gets saved. Several plugins are available by default and are described in the examples section below. Additional plugins can be added in separate modules or through the issue queue.

ImageAPI

This API is meant to be used in place of the API provided by image.inc. You probably do not need to install this module unless another module are you using requires it. It provides no new features to your Drupal site. It only provides an API other modules can leverage. Currently GD2 and ImageMagick support are distributed with ImageAPI.

This module is specifically for Drupal 6 and older. This module has been integrated into Drupal 7, with the exception of ImageMagick integration, which has been moved to the ImageMagick project.

Chosen

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Chosen uses the Chosen jQuery plugin to make your <select> elements more user-friendly.

Installation

  1. Download the Chosen jQuery plugin.
  2. [Drupal 7] Extract the plugin under sites/all/libraries
  3. [Drupal 8] Extract the plugin under libraries/chosen. Use version 1.5 or higher.
  4. Download and enable the module.
  5. Configure at Administer > Configuration > User interface > Chosen (requires administer site configuration permission)

How to use Chosen as a widget in Fields UI:

Chosen can be applied to select list widgets. Go to the field settings and check "Apply Chosen to this field".

Installation via Drush

A Drush command is provided in the latest versions for easy installation of the Chosen plugin.

drush chosenplugin

The command will download the plugin and unpack it in "sites/all/libraries".
It is possible to add another path as an option to the command, but not
recommended unless you know what you are doing.


For the Drupal 8 version, if you are using Composer to manage your site's dependencies, then read the README file for more information on how to set it up.

Dependencies

The 7.x-2.0-alpha2 and 7.x-2.0-alpha4 releases added a dependency on the jQuery Update module. As of 7.x-2.0-beta1 this dependency has been removed.

The Drupal 8 version has no dependencies.

Features Extra

Features Extra provides faux exportables (via Features) of several site-building components.

Taxonomy

Drupal 6: Supports exporting taxonomy vocabularies. To export a vocabulary, install FE taxonomy, go to vocabulary edit page, assign it a "machine name," then export it with Features as usual. As a bonus, this allows you to edit the "module" property of a vocabulary. Views support (by machine name) is also provided.

Drupal 7: Exporting vocabularies is supported natively by Features in Drupal 7 so it has been removed from this module. If you need to export taxonomy terms in addition to the vocabularies, you can do this with the UUID Features Integration module.

Nodequeue

Only nodequeue definitions are supported. To export a queue, install FE Nodequeue, edit your nodequeue, assign it a "machine name," then export it with Features.

Block

To export a block, install FE Block, edit your block, give it a "machine name," export it with Features. You can export block settings (region settings, visibility settings, ...) of any block, and the content of blocks created with the Block module from Drupal core.

GMap Module

Module maintainer @podarok

We are in CodeFreeze stage for 7.x-2.x as preparing and refactoring for #2139223: Drupal 8 gmap version
Only bug and security fixes can be commited
All feature requests should be filled against latest 7.x-2.x branch

The GMap module provides an interface to the Google Maps API within Drupal. It integrates with the Location module to provide users a clickable map for entering latitude and longitude, as well as to display maps of Drupal nodes and users. GMap can be used to create interactive maps with various map markers and content in map bubbles, taking advantage of Drupal's other content management features. The module also provides a Views display plugin which allows users to display the results of a view on a Google map.

Drupal 8 battleplan #2139223: Drupal 8 gmap version
Supported by Druler

Weight

This module adds a weight option to enabled node types. Nodes with lower weight will float to the top of lists, while heavier items will sink.

You might be interested in reading Comparison of Node Ordering Modules.

Responsive Menus

Example menu using simple style

Overview

Responsify your menus! Just give me a CSS selector of your menu and I will make it mobile friendly (when the time is right).

Technically you could set this to affect any element on the page... e.g. collapse a sidebar or content area at a certain screen width.
(Using 'simple' style).

Features

  • Choose from different responsive menu styles.
  • Configure any amount of menus to be responsified (simple or codrops' multi style).
  • Configure at which screen width they should be handled.
  • Include / exclude admin pages. (more options with Context)
  • Disable other mouse events.
  • Remove other classes/IDs.
  • Context module integration.
  • Easily theme-able.

Included Responsive Menu styles:

  1. (1st screenshot) 'Simple', a lightweight style.
  2. (2nd screenshot) codrops' Responsive Multi-Level Menu*
  3. (3rd screenshot) MeanMenu*
  4. (4th screenshot) Sidr*

Mollom

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As of 2 April 2018, Acquia will no longer support or maintain the Mollom product. Read more: https://www.mollom.com/eol

Mollom is an intelligent content moderation web service. By monitoring content activity on all sites in the Mollom network, Mollom is in a unique position to determine if a post is potentially spam; not only based on the posted content, but also on the past activity and reputation of the poster. In short, Mollom handles incoming posts intelligently, in much the same way a human moderator decides what posts are acceptable. Therefore, Mollom enables you to allow anonymous users to post comments and other content on your site.

ImageField

ImageField provides an image upload field for CCK. ImageField is a CCK-based alternative to the legacy Image project. It boasts features such as multiple images per node, resolution restrictions, default images, and extensive Views support.

ImageField does not provide a built-in thumbnail solution, but complements the incredibly powerful thumbnail generation module ImageCache.

ImageField related projects

EVA: Entity Views Attachment

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"Eva" is short for "Entity Views Attachment;" it provides a Views display plugin that allows the output of a View to be attached to the content of any Drupal entity. The body of a node or comment, the profile of a user account, or the listing page for a Taxonomy term are all examples of entity content.

The placement of the view in the entity's content can be reordered on the "Field Display" administration page for that entity, like other fields added using the Field UI module.

Webform Validation

Webform Validation module

This module adds an extra tab to each Webform node, allowing you to specify validation rules for your Webform components. You can create one or more of the predefined validation rules, and select which Webform component(s) should be validated against those. By using the hooks provided by this module, you can also define your own validation rules in your own modules.

ImageCache

Image Cache

ImageCache allows you to setup presets for image processing. If an ImageCache derivative doesn't exist the web server's rewrite rules will pass the request to Drupal which in turn hands it off to ImageCache to dynamically generate the file.

Language Icons

Language Icons

This module provides icons for language links, both for the Language switcher block and (optionally) for node links.

Bundle Copy

Bundle Copy for Drupal 8

Bundle Copy is in Drupal 8 Core CMI!


Bundle Copy is a replacement for the Content copy module which lives in the CCK project for Drupal 6.

Features

This module has export/import support for:

  • Node types
  • Taxonomy
  • User
  • Field API fields
  • Field groups

You can find the export/import links for the supported entities on following paths:

Custom Breadcrumbs

Custom Breadcrumbs 2 (6.x-2.x and 7.x-2.x)

Many new features have been added including support for Views, Panels, Taxonomy vocabularies and terms, paths, and a simple API that allows contributed modules to enable custom breadcrumbs for module pages and theme templates. These are implemented using optional, independent submodules that depend on the main Custom Breadcrumbs module.

In addition to breadcrumb visibility, this version provides an option permitting PHP code snippets to be used in forming the breadcrumb titles and paths. Multiple languages are also supported.

Any changes must go in the 7.x version first.

Custom Breadcrumbs 1 (6.x-1.x and 7.x-1.x)

Allows administrators to set up parametrized breadcrumb trails for any node type. This allows CCK-style node types to have "Home > User Blog > 2005 > January" style breadcrumbs on the node view page itself, synchronizing cleanly with custom views or pathauto aliases. Breadcrumb visibility can be customized via a php snippet.

There are no maintainers doing any work on these branches, so please switch to version 2! :) If, for some reason, you'd like these branches maintained, please offer to become a co-maintainer to work on them.

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Migrate

The migrate module provides a flexible framework for migrating content into Drupal from other sources (e.g., when converting a web site from another CMS to Drupal). Out-of-the-box, support for creating core Drupal objects such as nodes, users, files, terms, and comments are included - it can easily be extended for migrating other kinds of content. Content is imported and rolled back using a bundled web interface (Migrate UI module) or included Drush commands (strongly recommended).

ShareThis

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Integration with the ShareThis social bookmarking utility on selected node types.

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