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.
Shift-click on a page fragment to see its source code in a popup with HTML escaped.
For example, you can configure source_popup to detect Drupal messages (errors, warnings, fatals) to open them in a popup and you will see message source, as it was formatted initially, with line breaks and etc.
Commerce Credit Voucher provides a credit voucher payment method for Drupal Commerce. It works in a very similar way as the Commerce Coupon module, except it is a real payment method and the users can make transactions using their credit vouchers.
Smart Contracts is an API with submodules to track when a user has agreed to a contract.
This module differs from similar modules like TOS and UC_termsofservice in that it supports different contracts for different products and scenarios, as well as optionally requiring users to agree to an updated version of a contract before accessing content.
This module is in heavy development at the moment, but is going to production on a couple sites now.
While it's possible to give a specific attribute option combination an alternate SKU, you can not give it a fixed price. This module makes it possible to give each attribute option combination a fixed price. This can be done in the 'Adjustments' tab when editing a product.
Front Plus extends the Front Page module. It seeks to make it easier for a non-technical website owner to easily select a front page from a set of pluggable options. This allows developers the ability to create commonly used front page plugins that can be selected by the site owner from a visual list, making the process of setting a front page more straightforward and intuitive for people that are not as well-versed in Drupal.