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.
As an extension of the migrate module, the purpose of this module is to allow you to generate various datatypes, relationships, and media to primarily or alternately source new and existing migrations.
Provides the MigrateGenerateSource (extension of MigrateSource) which allows you to extend Migration for populating your content with rich generated dummy content.
Nodequeue menu mapper is the product of developing a website in which menus and nodequeues needed to be synched up. There was simply no out of the box or comparable solution, and while Menu Node API fills in a noticeable gap in Drupal, the relationship simply couldn't be easily mapped.
This module allows you to turn one chosen content type into blocks. It's really simple, without any bells and whistles, just one click configuration. Works with Entity translation out of the box. It's very handy if you want to attach fields to your blocks because in Drupal 7 blocks are not fieldable entities. With this module you can add image fields to your blocks without a problem.
Altscan checks for missing `alt` attributes in images in Drupal Field API data.
Alt text is required on all images that are not "purely decorative" in order for
a site to meet WCAG 2.0 level A (the lowest/basic level) compliance. WCAG is
also currently structured so that a site's overall rating is only set at the
level of the lowest scoring page within that site. The WCAG recommendation is
that even images that are "purely decorative" should be provided with NULL `alt`
attributes rather than completely ommitting the `alt` attribute altogether.
BrowseAloud is an external service - it adds speech, reading and translation support to your website facilitating access and participation for those people with print disabilities, dyslexia, low literacy, mild visual impairments and those with English as a second language.
BrowseAloud appears to be a paid service and restricted by your HTTP REFERRER