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.
Do you need to add documentation depending on the user context? This module allows administrators the ability to create and display help content depending on the user context. You can define help per node, content type, user and taxonomy and document with text, images, and/or video. Use Drupal's contributed modules to extend your custom help content type to document and render what you need for your project.
File entity representation for a Drush make file. It adds the property information when uploading a .make file to Drupal and adds special treatment of that file (similarly to how images have special upload properties).
This does not allow you to export files or define files with Drush nor does it generate a Drush make file. It only exposes the data within an uploaded Drush make file to Drupal through Entity properties.
Ipsum is a helper module for generating dummy filler text.
At the moment it defines a new ipsum provider plugin manager service that allows for pluggable ipsum provider classes, making it really easy to alter the existing implementations and also add new ones.
The Histogram module allows you to generate a histogram for images in nodes much like what you may be familiar looking at in Adobe Photoshop or in your camera.
The module creates a new field type and widget called "histogram". Once attached to a node, it will automatically create a histogram for the image field on the node when the node is saved. Currently, it only supports one image field per node per histogram field.
Due to the changes in Flag 3.4 it is no longer possible to flag non-entities. (From this version on Flag module token handling explicitly assumes that the flagging type is an entity type. As a consequence for node_type flaggings it continually throws "Undefined index" notices I don't think is possible to get rid of.) Therefore I mark this module Obsolete and Unsupported.
Depending on the Flag module Node type flag allows flagging node types.
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.