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.
Bulk File Nodes allows a user to upload or import many files at once, and have many individual nodes created, one for each file . Where this module significantly differentiates from other modules like Bulk Media Upload is that after uploading/importing the file(s), the user is given the opportunity to edit all of the fields for each node in a single form.
Drupal does not support download resume , meaning that downloading large private files can be troublesome because if for any reason the download fails , there is no way to continue downloading from where it stopped and the whole file should be downloaded again.
NOTICE : This module does not need any patch to work
Use PhotoSwipe to display picture galleries on your Drupal website. This jQuery-based lightbox library offers very nice mobile browsing features (in particular swiping to the next picture)!
The module features imagecache and imagefield integration (from the shadowbox module) and is still in early stage of developement.
Warning: Since this module is based on a much newer version of jQuery (even than the one proposed by jQuery Update), it is likely to create heavy compatibility problem with other modules and cannot be used in admin or edit pages. Nonetheless it can be used without Drupal or jQuery errors on standard pages!
The drupal 7 version depends on jquery_update (>2.2).
Because PhotoSwipe needs a jQuery version bigger than 1.5, jquery_update version 2.2 wont work. Please use the 2.3 version and make sure you have selected jQuery version 1.7 (recommended) or 1.8 in jquery_update settings.
According to PhotoSwipe developers:
It provides your visitors with a familiar and intuitive interface allowing them to interact with images on your mobile website.
This module provides Dailymotion handler for Video Embed Field.
Users can add Dailymotion videos to their site by pasting the video's URL into a video embed field.
in the setting users can set width and height and also autoplay option of the video.
This module also can get thumbnail image from dailymotion website for using it as a teaser image.
adds a formatter to the link field that adds the host favicon to the front of the link. It adds the favicon while still allowing you to choose, from the other formats, the format of the actual link.
The module currently has 3 different ways of grabbing the favicons.
Google shared service
Builtin PHP scraper with local caching.
The first 2 are web services while the built in scrapper is as the name suggests, a local PHP function that retrieves the favicon, stores it locally and keeps the file in it's original format which should not be a problem with modern browsers (as opposed to the web services that seem to convert to .png). The upside of this is that if the original favicon is animated, the animation is retained.
The builtin scraper is the default and seems to detect the favicons the best.
A use case of this module might be if users of your site are able to add links to their profiles on other sites, adding the favicon in front of each link makes each links destination more obvious.
This module will interface with both Embedded Media Field and Media to offer embedded nodes as media file objects. This will expose nodes to the editorial browser, allowing administrators, for instance, to specify article posts to be allowed to be referenced within the Media browser.
Note that the Drupal 6 version will only work with version 3 of Embedded Media Field (still in development).
This is a light weight module that provides an Internet Sources field (i.e. emfield in its 6.x branch) formatter. It helps you turn any link or text field to a media field with rich features (thumbnail or full player in any size) and without a heavy module.
Currently supported: YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion...
Allows videos embedded using the video_embed_field module to be displayed in a DOM Window overlay.
How does it do it?
Well, first it defines a new format for the video_embed_field fields called overlay. Then, using a pretty standard theme function, combines the preexisting display modes into one, thus producing a thumbnail that is linked to the embed code (inline hidden div) which will be displayed in an overlay window using the DOMWindow jquery plugin
Using image styles, you can overlay a play button on top of your video thumbnail: Notice this requires downloading the imagecache_actions module and enabling the imagecache_canvasactions submodule.
When rendered the thumbnail is displayed and linked to the embedded video player that will be displayed in the overlay
All the settings are intuitive and provided in compliance with the Field API
More Like This provides a pluggable framework for providing related content. This data is provided as blocks to be manipulated during theming.
How does it work?
More Like This works by first specifying your "Thumbprint" for a particular node on the node edit form. By "thumbprint" we mean you can specify
the terms/words that you, as an editor, feel uniquely identifies this content item. You can either select existing taxonomy terms associated with this specific node, enter free hand terms, or have them prefilled for you with suggestions returned by the Calais Web Service.
Note for 1.1 release: Make sure you are also using Calais 3.0+ for proper integration with Calais Prefill.
More Like This has a pluggable architecture for providing related content based on keywords. Currently developed More Like This providers are:
Scald Youtube is a video provider for the Scald module.
It can handle URLs and video IDs, and pulls meta data directly from YouTube.
If a V3 API key is provided then it is possible to also get the author of
the video and to search videos directly in the add form.
This module we have developed for our responsive Premium Drupal theme TB Wall. We contribute this module to the community and hope you can re-use it in your projects and development.
What does this module do?
This module aggregates content from social media sites. The module will retrieve public RSS feeds or request the API and creates a node for each item. Your website visitors will be able to see your sharings directly on your website and drive those visitors to your social media account. This way you might increase facebook fans, twitter followers etc.
We currently support facebook, twitter, vimeo, youtube, instagram, Flickr. Anyone feel free to contribute to this module so we can add up other social media channels.
Option for Auto feed (Drupal Cron)
Multiple account for a social channel e.g. you can add more than 1 facebook account