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.
The bad performance module purposely decreases the response time and increases the CPU load of any Drupal site it's installed on.
For reasons that are hopefully obvious, it requires the Bad Judgement module.
This module was written for Drupal Systems Administrator training hosted by Coldfront Labs Inc. to give new administrators a consistently slow Drupal site to optimize with supporting technologies like memcache and Varnish.
This project aims to cover a gap in panel page (page manager pages) translation.
There are different approaches like https://www.drupal.org/project/mlpanels and i18n_panels but they can't be used for translating panels in a way of nodes translation.
Current approach adds ability to have different pages templates and content for different languages with URI translated as well.
Panels Lock Region is a Panels display renderer plugin which adds full region lock functionality to Panels In-Place Editor.
This module allows users with certain permission to lock/unlock entire regions on a Panel, so other users that can use Panels IPE are able to edit panes arrangement, but only for those regions that are not locked.
This is a Drupal module for replacing the existing toolbar / admin_toolbar menu modules with a much more styled and usable interface, which WordPress uses. This module contains initial navigation links, as well as utilizes standard Drupal hooks to preprocess the data to anything you need. This module solves a large problem very simply, use a tried and true menu/navigation.
NOTE: This module conflicts with the core toolbar module and it is recommended to uninstall that module.
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This is the error irritates me so many times and couldn't identify what is the actual error. I couldn't see any thing in apache error logs regarding this error. Even if I enabled to display all errors on screen, no luck. Some times we could see only blank screen and nothing display in screen and no errors in apache error log.
These things forced me to write this module which will help developer to be notified when any error occurred in drupal via email.
Have you ever tried to share content from your site and realised there is no image being pulled through as one has been added after publication? Or perhaps the headline has changed and the Facebook preview shows an earlier version.
Instructs Facebook to scrape a new copy of the node.
You can simply click on the "Clear facebook cache" in the local menu tasks or use views bulk operations of mass executions.
This module is designed to be used with Chartbeat. If you do not have a Chartbeat account, it will not work. If you do have Chartbeat and you're looking to present the Most Popular URLs on your site, this module will do that for you. It will create a Chartbeat - Most Popular block that you can add to your site.
This module allows SSH keys to be uploaded to the /var/aegir/.ssh/authorized_keys file through the Hostmaster front-end, using the SSHKey module.
Proof of Concept
This module is a proof of concept. It needs work and should be used with caution. Once enabled, if a hostmaster user has permission to upload an SSH key, they will be given SSH access to the primary server_master server.
Provides a faster method to register for RNG events.
The modules primary purpose is to provide blocks supplementing the event entity being viewed. The blocks provide faster (one click etc) registration for the current user instead of filling out the standard registration form.
A very simple node access module that limits access to nodes if they are published in the future.
If the Node's "Authored On" property ($node->created) is equal to or less than the current request time, then a visitor may have access to the node. If it is after then a visitor will not see the node listed or be able to view it directly. NOTE: This does not effect edtorial access.