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 concept behind the Webform Queue Module is to provide an add-on to Webform that would allow submissions to be shunted to an external queue for processing later, rather than processed as they are submitted. This is intended to address problems seen in high-traffic events where high rates of Webform submissions lead to performance degradations.
By default, the DnD module included in the Scald project allows you to choose one library, that will be used for all users. This is all fine, until you want to add a specific View filter except for your administrators for example.
CSS Fields is a simple module that provides a custom field type called "CSS." CSS Fields allows you to use CSS very easily for individual nodes by implementing the core function drupal_add_css() while allowing you to keep semantically clean and stable WYSIWYG content. It adds the CSS to the <head> of your HTML document so that you can follow W3C standards without sacrificing your workflow.
This module defines the Commerce Merchant entity and related features. It allows Commerce Product entities to be associated to merchant entities through an entity reference field, which the module automatically creates. This requirement, where products can be associated to different merchants, is a common element in marketplace-like websites.
Commerce Merchant User
This sub-module currently provides a user reference field to merchant entities that allows users to be associated to merchant entities.
STAC (Simple Taxonomy Access Control) is a module that greatly reduces the time to set up basic access control through taxonomy. There is no other module integration or requirements. Simply download the module, choose a vocabulary, a field, and set permissions.
The goal of STAC is to allow role based permissions to control the viewing of nodes by taxonomy. By attaching a term reference to a node you can then choose the term that best describes the access you want. For example if you have a basic page that you only want authenticated users to see, you can do the following: