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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.

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)

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:

Referral Sources

The Referral Sources module allows you to ask your users "Where did you hear about us?"
anywhere on your site, and track that data in a central location. It provides an admin
interface for creating referral sources that users can select from a list, and a page
where you can view statistics on referral source selections. Referral source submissions
are stored in a single table, no matter where they came from, making it easy to track
submissions and create reports based on that data.

Watchdog Event Extras

Watchdog Event Extras screenshot


Allows other information to be displayed for log events.
I created this module as I would often find myself searching for an ip address of an event to see where the user was based.
This module overrides the standard event log page outputing the same and also adding a drupal_alter() call allowing other modules to easily add more rows/info to the log report page.

If this module is installed other modules may add rows/info to the log report page by implementing: MYMODULE_watchdog_event_extras_alter(&$rows, $dblog)

Settings audit log

Looking for a co-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.

Commerce Cart Stats

The Commerce Cart Stats module tracks the number of times products are added or removed from a cart and when products' quantities are changed in the shopping cart itself. It also tracks cart abandonment, the number of times a product is in a cart that is abandoned, and where in the checkout process that abandonment occurs.

VotingAPI Bayesian


I've always been fascinated by the numbers and I like playing with them.

This module has been created to fill a gap when you're using the VotingAPI with Fivestar module.
The most common use of this module will be in Views, to sort entities using values computed by a new function.

Dropfort Update


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

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

Bizible Marketing Analytics

Bizible Marketing Analytics connects sales and marketing data together inside Salesforce so you can optimize your online marketing campaigns by ROI. Tying your marketing efforts to actual closed deals is essential to making profitable marketing decisions moving forward.

This Drupal plugin inserts an invisible web analytics script (Similar to Google Analytics) on each page of your website. This script tracks each visitor on your site and logs their behavior so you can easily track where your leads are coming from and see what pages they viewed on your site before converting.

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

Most Viewed per Content Type

This simple module allows you to track page views on your site without having to enable the core statistics module.

This is useful if you have a big site with many content types but only need the statistics for some of them, so you don't need to create write queries to the database unnecessarily on the whole web.

Note that this module is much simpler than the core statistics module and only records the page total counts and the last visited date. It also records only visits to the 'full' viewmode of the nodes.

Profile visits

This simple module stores visits of user's profile. The visit is stored in
database table with indication when it was made and if the user, which profile
was visIted, saw it. Currently there is limited functionality of the module, there is no admin panel, but if the module will be approved and there will be request for more
functionality I'm willing to extend it.



What is cXense


What this module does

This module adds the cXense javascript snippet to the bottom of your pages.


To install, copy the cXense directory and all its contents to your modules directory.
To enable this module, visit Administration -> Modules, and enable cXense.


To configure the module go to admin/config/system/cxense.
Specify your Site ID that you received from cXense in here.

New Relic Insights Integration

This Drupal extension deeply integrates your Drupal application with the New Relic Insights service.

Webform Field Wrapper

The webform field wrapper provides an additional webform component that acts in a similar way to a fieldgroup, without being a fieldgroup. Fieldgroups are NOT the correct way to group fields together for presentational purposes, this is where Webform Filed Wrapper comes in.

Social Share statistics

This module is developed to track the share statistics of social media clicks. So when a registered drupal user shares any content to social media, this module saves the uid, nid and the share count for FB/twitter/GPlus in the database for the record.

There is a 'Shares' tab on the user profile page where the user can get the list of content shared on different social networks (facebook, twitter).

Filefield Stats

FileField Stats is a small module which provides a new formatter that outputs a special link for tracking downloads.

Each download tracks the File ID, User ID, Node ID, Host IP & Referrer URI and a timestamp.

The formatter will produce a URL like this:


Registration Stats


The module gives you statistic of user registrations.

Server Monitor

Sample Server Monitor result block


The Server Monitor module will monitor and display the status of a number of servers which will be polled by a ping or by retrieving a URL (drupal_http_request or cURL). The status checks can be configured to run during cron.


When cron runs, Server Monitor will iterate through the list of configured servers and check their status (up or down) using the method specified (ping, curl or drupal_http_request). The current status is recorded and is displayed in a block on your website as well as in a JSON feed for use with other services you may have.


- cURL, if you wish to use it as a monitor method.

Additional Notes

If you have the Varnish module installed, Server Monitor will automatically ban/purge the JSON feed when cron runs. For this reason, if you are running behind Varnish server(s), it is also best to check the 'Use JSON generated block?' option in the administration menu, as it will ensure that your block displays as up-to-date information as available.

Drush support. You can also use drush to run the server monitor via either drush server-monitor, or the alias drush smon.

Forum Stats

The module gives you statistic of forum usage.


Questionaire is a full fledged package that allows anyone to start capturing simple statistical data and display that in nice overviews and graphs.

After creating questions, these questions will be dynamically linked to nodes in your system that are marked as being a Questionnaire. There are 2 built in algorythms for which questions show on which notes. The simplest just shows all Questions for all Questionnaire nodes, the second one filters the questions on Taxonomy Terms similarity between the Question and the Questionnaire node.

In a real-life example, take a CD shop where you want to ask for every CD 'Did you know this artist before you came to our site?'.

But for CD's of the type 'Country' you also want to ask 'Do you wear boots?' and for 'Rock' CD's you want to ask 'Do you wear a leather jacket?'.

Questionnaire allows you to build context-sensitive Questionnaires like that.


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

OpenLucius Timetracking, Budgets and Reports

This module will enhance the Teamwork distribution OpenLucius with a full throttle timetracker.

You can track time on Todo's, realtime or manual. You can also set budgets for Todo's and Todo-lists. To top it of, you can monitor those budgets in nifty reports.

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.