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 Mark Complete module enables you to click a link on a node display page
that will update a date field to the current date. This is done via AJAX so
there is no page refresh needed.
In the settings page, you can specify which date fields will show the Mark
Complete links. This makes it easy to provide the functionality on any content
type or datestamp field, rather than just hard-coding it for articles.
Mirror As You Link (MAYL) addresses one of the most persistent problems on the Internet: content frequently disappears, seemingly at random. This can happen for a variety of reasons, from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and state-sponsored censorship, to the more mundane yet all-too-common cases of server failure, “Slashdotted” websites, and intentional revisions by the content owner. It has long been recognized that the solution to the problem of information loss is to obey the LOCKSS (“Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe”) principle, making multiple backups of content that is at risk of disappearing. Yet if we consider all the ways that content can be lost, it’s clear that all content is at risk of disappearing. Indeed, even the centralized backups and archives that we make of content are at risk (hence the importance of “lots” of copies).
Node User is intended to allow nodes to act as users. It does this by creating a user for each node. This functionality can be configured by node type.
This module differs from Content Profile. Content profile is designed to extend a user profile with content from a node. Node User on the other hand is intended to extend a node with a user. The node can still be authored by a different user, and indeed, this is kind of the point.
The Social Speech module allows users to interact with your site content by highlighting and clicking individual sentences within a block of text. It also provides options that permit users to submit feedback about that sentence and share it via social network services.
This module was built by the White House for the State of the Union Address in 2013. Please see whitehouse.gov/sotu2013 for a demonstration.
Using this module you are able to restrict results/output from views to be presented once (and only once).
This is useful when generating incremental reports, or sending out subscriptions, and other kind of updates, which you want to be sent only once to users without any duplicates.
How to test:
1) Enable views result once module
2) Go to admin/config/content/views-result-once
3) Select which views you wish to be extended with this functionality.
4) Run views to observe results being presented only once (administrative views "preview" also counts).
Using this module's image style effect you are able to use views module to render any content onto an image.
You can do fun things like render user submitted captions onto an image, or user's profile image as a watermark onto user submitted images, or really anything that comes to mind (I've created a simple Dressup Game).