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.
Apple's podcasting specifications add several channel and item elements to RSS feeds. The iTunes module allows a podcaster to associate the item level information with nodes and the channel level information with a View.
The Curate module provides tools for content editors. It provides in-place content editing via the Quick Edit module and WYSIWYG Editing with CKEditor. Curate is fully integrated with File Entity and Media. It also enables content staging using the Site Preview System and leverages Workbench to provide powerful editorial workflows.
This module contains Embedded Image Field providers (i.e. emfield's emimage module) that don't currently have their own "Media: " module yet (see the emfield project page for more information on the move towards the new and vastly improved Media Module).
Many social modules exist that allow users to share and/or publish your content to various third-party sites and services. In the information age, more and more companies are adopting social media as a means to promote themselves and/or to engage with peers and customers alike. JASM provides a single place to configure and subsequently promote your site's presence on other sites, like your company's Facebook page, or your company's Twitter feed.
Websites with lots of images on a single page might take a long time to load, and it sometimes annoys visitors. for fixing this problem this module loads only the images that are visible to or requested by visitors and the other images loads only when visitor scroll downs to them (This is the default behavior there are other options available live mouseover, mouseclick etc).
This module might also be useful for themes since it can be used for any image anywhere on the page.
New stable version for Drupal 6 (including several bug fixes , code cleanup) will be released soon 2010/01/17. I'll release a full Drupal6 compatible in the next few weeks 2009/11/07.
Drupal 5 release is only for demonstration, do not use it on production site. it might be functional however but i'm not going to release any new version for Drupal5.
Integrates the Piecemaker 3D flash slideshow into Drupal.
Piecemaker is a 3D flash slideshow similar to Cu3ber (cuber).
This module provides an api for utilizing it within Drupal. Currently the API provides for profiles that determine transitions and general settings for slideshow. The API by itself does not create any piecemaker slideshows, it simply provides the tools for other modules to produce slideshows
Also included in this release is the Piecemaker Blocks module. It allows users to create blocks that will display a Piecemaker slideshow. Currently it is the only way to create a slideshow though more ways are coming (see Roadmap below). The API though allows for easy creation of add on modules to build piecemaker displays (see piecemaker.api.php).
Piecemaker Source. Available from https://github.com/arcaneadam/Piecemaker-Drupal
You must download the source from the above link and not the piecemaker website. Follow the instructions in the documentaion on where to place the library. Alternatively if you enable the module with drush it will automatically download the needed files.
PageFlip simulates "flipping through the pages" of books, magazines, comics, flyers, or other "book"-like content.
This module adds a feeds processor that can directly create files from feeds.
If you also have the 2.x version of the Media module installed, it will attempt to parse a URI into a media entity. This means that you can import things like YouTube feeds (requires Media: YouTube) directly into file entities.
New products are constantly being built by developers on the Cincopa platform, covering all sorts of things you can do with your media - like posting, sharing, synchronizing, listening, mobilizing, uploading, viewing and all-together-socializing.
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.
Provides a static map formatter for the geofield and (soon) location modules. Both Google Maps and OpenStreetMap are supported.
Currently, the only settings that you can change are the map size and type, but map API's seem to have the ability to play with all kinds of changes, which can and should be added to this project. Patches welcome. :-)
Media Mover is a set of modules which allows website administrators to easily create complex file conversion processes. The core of Media Mover is the media_mover_api module which creates a set of rules allowing multiple modules to interact with a file. Media Mover can take a file emailed to an email account, turn a file attachment into an FLV file, create a new node with the file data, and then save the file on an external file storage system like Amazon's S3 all at once. And that's just the start.
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