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.
xmlrpc_page_load Provides a simple XMLRPC call that can simulate a page being accessed as a certain user. This can be used in two ways:
To simulate accessing a page when other mechanisms prevent a traditional user login
To seed caches by having apache / nginx handle the request as if someone actually accessed the site
This module integrates the Usersnap feedback widget with your Drupal website. Before you install, be sure you have a Usersnap account and API key.
Install and enable this module like you would any other module. Once you've successfully installed the module, navigate to the configuration page at /admin/config/services/usersnap. There, you must enter your Usersnap API key.
The Stop broken link in body module detects defunct links from your content right when the content is being created.
While user creates a node, the module detects broken links in the body by checking the remote sites and evaluating the HTTP response codes. It shows all broken links in the content's body section and on the content edit page, if a link-check fails. If a broken link is needed, the content cannot be saved.
Provides a bunch of global Twig variables that used to be available in one or more templates in D7 but were, for various reasons, not migrated to Drupal 8. The hope is that this module will move into Drupal 8 core in the 8.1.x release cycle.
When using modules that allow you to focus or crop images you may find that the image dissapears or the changes are not immediately visible to everyone. This can be caused by other external caching such as Varnish, or browser caching outside of immediate control, because by default ImageCache does not generate a new URL for each iteration of the image. Depending on how your environment is configured the old rendering may stay in browsers for weeks, causing much confusion for your content editors.