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.
This module allows the Styleguide to be extended with snippet files from the local filesystem. The goal is to allow front-end developers to easily add markup components to a code repository so that they may be:
Plugin selectors allow users to select plugins of a particular type and configure them using the plugins' configuration forms.
This module is a tool for other modules to build user interfaces. Using plugin selectors, your users can easily select and configure your plugins and you won't have to write any complex form API integration; the plugin selectors will do that for you.
Entity XLIFF FTP is a Drupal extension that introduces a localization workflow whereby editors or administrators can push XLIFF files to a remote server via SFTP, then pull down processed XLIFF files when they're ready (either manually, or automatically on cron).
This extension was designed specifically to work with SDL WorldServer, but can theoretically be used with any FTP server or FTP-enabled translation management system.
This module integrates the Organic Groups and Entityform modules. It allows users to submit entityforms in a group context, and gives access to view/edit/delete those submissions based on organic groups membership and group-level permissions.
Vocabulary Queue creates a nodequeue for a defined set of vocabularies and creates subqueues for each taxonomy term from the selected vocabularies have their own unique subqueue. You can place nodes into any of these subqueues.
Vocabulary Queue is build using Nodequeue modules Smartqueue API and the implementation based on smartqueue.module (part of Nodequeue module).
Vocabulary Queue is similar in functionality to smartqueue.module and the code based on code from smartqueue.module.
This module provides an image formatter that allows you to display the image in a div as background image.
The module extends Drupal's images field. Because settings are attached to the entity, it's very easy to setup and manage.
1. No module dependencies (Other that image).
2. Works with Drupal's field UI.
3. Works with Views.
4. Integrates with Drupal's image styles.
5. Offers 2 modes. (Inline Style & CSS Selector)
In certain situations, such as when developing a custom distribution, you want to allow certain user roles to be able to enable or disable a small subset of modules, without providing those users full administrative access.
This module allows you to provide a set of whitelisted modules. In combination with a new permission Administer modules, users of those roles will have access to the administer modules page, but will only be able to manage the whitelisted modules.