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 you to add to any image field a semi-transparent overlay (or background) with a configurable color.
This can be activated / configured per field instance.
- Install the module
- Go to the field settings and check "Enable Opacity Overlay / Background"
- After uploading the image when creating content, you will now see 3 new properties:
- Filter type (Overlay or Background)
- Filter color (an hex value such as #DFDFDF)
- Filter opacity (a number between 0 and 1)
This module registers the SVG Sanitizer with Drupal's library api module. It also makes an SVG Sanitizer field formatter available for image and file fields that will attempt to remove non-whitelisted SVG attributes and tags and display the contents of the SVG file.
AntiModerate is the progressive image loading library for great good. Reduce loading time of page to less than a second on slow connections by loading and rendering nicely blurred micro images on the page while loading full sized images in background which replace as they finish. Has a nice blur effect thanks to StackBlur so you have a good looking page while it is loading. Library is space optimized, with gzip it is less than 2kb.
When using modules that allow you to focus or crop images you may find that the image dissapears or the changes are not immediately visible to everyone. This can be caused by other external caching such as Varnish, or browser caching outside of immediate control, because by default ImageCache does not generate a new URL for each iteration of the image. Depending on how your environment is configured the old rendering may stay in browsers for weeks, causing much confusion for your content editors.
The project started out as trial to understand and use CKEditor Media module. After many hours of learning I found myself rebuilding this module. This is using all the work what has been done on Media WYSIWYG and uses CKEditor widgets support.
Media: Auto utilizes the Drupal Media module framework and extends it by adding automated aggregation, node creation and media embedding from YouTube and Vimeo media collections. Media Auto automatically creates nodes for individual media, page views for video collections, and blocks for “Featured Content,” “What’s New”, and “Recent Collections.” Video collection pages organize the created nodes into a “video wall” by collection (album, playlist, channel, etc).
Media WYSIWYG Embed module adds support for embedding media using client-side WYSIWYG editors. This module is similar to the Media WYSIWYG module, but the difference lies in the ability to specify formatter and formatter settings for each media item instead of specifying a view mode.
Extends core image styles/effects by providing retina versions of any defined style, by simply adding @2x before the file extension, e.g. email@example.com. The resulting image is double as wide as the width defined in the image style effect.
This module provides a Drupal field type and field formatter for displaying PBS programs, clips, and promotions within an embedded video player. It is intended for PBS member stations and program producers who wish to embed COVE videos on their websites, and will likely not be useful outside of the PBS.org ecosystem.
We've used a few of the other Dropbox modules, but none have been capable of handling our large scale projects.
This module aims to provide solid mass file distribution for both private and public needs.