Forms (FSE)

Forms based on entities.


The first Beta is released. We like to rethink the permissions before releasing stable. We also need to test more with features and ctools exports. Furthermore it is bug fixing! Fill that issue queue!


Ever needed Webforms with complete Views integration?
Since Forms is build on the fieldable Entity layer, you get full support for Rules and Views out of the box.

When you are building long forms or expect a lot of submissions, the Webform module is probably a better choice. This Forms module is compared with Webform heavy, but more flexible.

The Forms module now comes with:

  • Views support
  • Rules support
  • Features support
  • Fields support
  • A Field to attach a Form to another Entity (e.g. Nodes)

All Fields you use in nodes can be used in Forms as field, including images, files and dates.

Multi page Forms is supported with Field group or with skilip's sandbox project Page break field.

Use Forms with other Entities



Trends provides statistical information on how your content is performing.

Ideally it will connect to various external parties, Google analytics, Facebook, Twitter etc. to gather information statistics. The key here is that stats will be "in site" and "on page", giving instant feedback where applicable and also show how your content is performing inline with other pages on your site i.e.

- How does this page perform against the best / worst / average
- Last access time



This module is a time, memory and hook calls measure and profiling framework. It intensively use hooks to take ponctual measures and saves it for further consulting. It aims to be non-intrusive and lightweight as possible during runtime, however, do not activate it on production sites.


Visual compare revision

This module provides features show the difference of revisions nodes with help the daisydiff library.
You may choose some the mode work:
1 - Always show difference
2 - Show difference "n" days after publications
3 - Show difference for user once, if this is marked "new"



ClickTale is used to collect user experience analytic data, which can be used to enhance the users experience of the site. ClickTale records videos of the users movement on the site based on the users mouse movements. ClickTale also generates heatmaps based on where the user clicks and hover their mouse on the pages.

To use the module you need to have a Clicktale account, which you can get at


Nagios Looking Glass

NLG module in use with custom theming.

Nagios Looking Glass (NLG) is a utility for viewing filtered Nagios data.

NLG is not a tool for sending Drupal data to a Nagios server. For this you should use the Nagios Monitoring module.

On the top of this project page is a screenshot of the module in action, with some custom theming added to it.

7.x. Version

7.x Version by Daniel Baker



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