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.
migrate-panels provides a framework based on the Drupal Migrate API and Drupal Migrate D2D for migrating panels (pages,variants,layouts,panes) from Drupal 6, or Drupal 7 sites into the Drupal 7 site where it is installed.
Sometimes there might be common patterns how deleted entities could be redirected automatically. This module allows you to create redirects when entity is being deleted. You can either use static path or tokens. Redirects are configurable per entity bundle and language.
This simple module adds a Drupal Commerce popup cart block. It will display a cart icon with a dynamic number representing the number of items in the cart. When hovered over the cart will popup with its contents listings and action links.
This is module will override the default mail_validator service with a hardened implementation that actually tries to connect to the client e-mail server to verify that the address does exist.
To run this module you will need to have access to an open port 25 and fsockopen(). The module will automatically check the availability of these every 24 hours and disable itself by defaulting to the original mail validation service implementation.
This module allows you to generate new images by cropping existing ones. Because the cropped images are first-class file entities, they will appear (and can be reused) anywhere else a regular image file would be.
The module integrates with the Manual Crop module for its user interface.
Taxonomy menu is a great module, allowing you to quickly match a taxonomy vocabulary to a menu, maintaining its structure and order.
Normally it works just great out of the box, but sometimes a little tweak to the created menu is necessary, and you would expect that not to be lost if the menu is rebuilt for whatever reason. Thinks like a specific menu hidden or a special tweak to the title.
Normally on a cron run, all cron tasks will be execute. This is not always necessary, because some of your cron tasks must i.e. only run once at day.
With this lightweight and simple module you can change the time of execution of each cron task. We recommend to run the main cron (URL) all 5min.
If you install the module, the timable cron table is empty. Run the cron and the cron table will be fill out with all the cron tasks that are used on your system. You can also deactivate cron tasks or force cron tasks to execute on the next cron run.