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 Entity Construction Kit (ECK) builds upon the entity system to create a flexible and extensible data modeling system both with a UI for site builders, and with useful abstractions (classes, plugins, etc) to help developers use entities with ease.
ECK allows the creation and management of entity types with custom properties; adding bundles to entity types; and fields to bundles, with the help of the Field UI module.
Provides a way to split a Views table row into two rows.
To activate it, go to the in the 'Format' settings of your Views display, and select the "Table with secondary rows" option, instead of the "Table" option.
This module allows users, of a specific role, to block site users (individual or all) for a defined time period. Users can be banned by admin for a definite time period. Users can be ban or temporarily block by individually or collectively by users roles. Means there is a sub module present here from where admin can ban users by role wise. This way we can make disable user log in for definite time period.
Temporary blocking of users or ban user will be automatically lifted after the defined temporary blocking date or temporary blocking time.
This module will be handy when someone wants to stop user's activity on the site for a specific period or ban users activity or restrict user activity for some time, in order to do certain db maintenance activities which do not necessarily requires taking the site offline.
1. Copy temporarily_block_users folder to modules directory.
2. At admin/build/modules enable the "Temporarily Block Users" module.
3. Enable permissions at admin/user/permissions.
4. Configure the module at admin/user/tbu/settings.
5. Go to user edit to block user.
This is not a module, but a drush script, which is a fairly straight-forward exercise in string manipulation, searching for links (anchor tags) that are missing title attributes. It does this in a very crude way, searching only the body field as rendered by a node_load() call.
However, the exercise of writing it (and the preceding hunt for some Drupal Best Practice on this) was instructive. One can imagine any number of uses for a script(s) like this, if it had some features like:
A Drupal project that is a repository for visual documents explaining Drupal processes, components, systems and other useful visual elements.
We are creating SVG images so that they can be versioned with Git. SVG is an XML-based file format, and the text in the document can be searchable. Storing the graphics in a git repository can make it easier to translate the graphics into other languages, as well as to log changes to graphics.
Add some data to the diagram to allow for tracking back to image source. For example, you might want to add a link to the git repository, a publicly editable google drawing, a link to the node to which the image applies. Credits for the contributors.
Consider that diagrams might need to be translated into other languages.
Export to SVG.
Name the filename descriptively.
If appropriate, add the node id (and comment number if appropriate) to the filename.
Smart Breadcrumb walks backwards down the current path, determining the title for each page using included companion modules for User pages, Menu items, Node titles, and Views display titles. Upon determination of each "crumb" a breadcrumb is built from all crumbs. If a crumb is returned by one of the companion modules, it is linked, if not, it is displayed as plain text.
An API is also provided and documentation will be provided here shortly.
This module automatically manages user access to git repositories through gitosis.
Git repositories are managed in a per organic group basis. By collecting info from all the repositories and users in each organic group, a gitosis.conf and a set of ssh keys are created and pushed to gitosis-admin repository. This process occurs in a drush task called 'gitosis'.
What this does is allow you to set up "Environments" options in your drushrc.php file so you can easily do a set of task you when enable a certain environment.
One example of this is enabling views_ui, devel, and turning off js preprocessing when you're developing
Instead of having to run the same set of drush commands every time you bring in a new database from production you can just now set up your environments and just call drush en-env development and viola ;-)
Location chooser allows users to choose a location for a new node from a set of existing locations in other nodes. For example, if you have a content type for "facilities" and you add a new "event," the event's creator could be allowed to choose one of the existing facilities as the location of the event. Locations may be chosen from any of the following:
a site default location, set by administrators on the location chooser module's settings page
any content types selected by administrators as location sources
the user's location
a custom location set by the user for the individual node
The Drupal Sharebar module lets you easily add a "floating" social media submission bar on your website (like that found on Mashable) that includes share buttons for the most popular social media websites online such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google +1 Buttons.
Configure ShareBar with these Social Buttons below and more:
Facebook Like and Share Buttons
Add many others at your own discretion...
Other Sharebar Features Include:
Add, edit, and disable any buttons from social websites. Ability to add large and small buttons (small buttons are moved under the node title when the page is sized to less than "X" pixels wide if that option is used).
Order the Sharebar buttons by weight, i.e. -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, etc.
Radio buttons for enabling or disabling the Sharebar on any content type set up on your Drupal website, i.e. Blogs, Articles, and so on.
The mnemonic major system is a memory technique which allows you to memorize numbers through visual association. The system works by converting numbers into consonant sounds, then into words by adding vowels. The system works on the principle that images can be remembered more easily than numbers.
This module lets you train number to word conversion (ntw) and word to number conversion (wtn).
It also lets you input a number and will suggest a sentence for you based on your own defenition of your favorite 'pegs': words that map to specific numbers.
You can define your own pegs in the configuration settings and you can alter some values for training purposes.
When doing number to word conversion you are not limited to using your own or predefined peg words. By using the double metaphone algorithm, the module will calculate the numeric output from the words you provided.
This module extends features of XML Sitemap module.
According to Google Webmaster Tools Help (http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=178636) we are able to add additional information about important images on site pages.
This module will add information about all published images (from image fields in content types) to XML Sitemap.
To create ability to choose what image fields will be added to sitemap (so add setting in field edit)
1) Place this module directory in your "modules" folder (this will usually be
"sites/all/modules/"). Don't install your module in Drupal core's "modules"
folder, since that will cause problems and is bad practice in general. If
"sites/all/modules" doesn't exist yet, just create it.
2) Apply the patch to xmlsitemap module (xmlsitemap.patch). Instructions can be
found at http://drupal.org/patch/apply.
However, a quick reminder:
a) Change the directory to the root directory of your Drupal core:
b) Change the directory to the directory of your Drupal contributes module:
b) Copy the patch to this directory
cp xmlsitemap_images/xmlsitemap.patch xmlsitemap
c) Change the directory to the directory of your Drupal contributes module: