Google DFP Blocks

This module pulls Google DFP (Doubleclick for Publishers) ad units/slots and makes them available as blocks in Drupal. The blocks will then display the ads from the unit's inventory. At the moment, integration is extremely basic and I'd like to keep it that way, since Google DFP is absurdly complex.



  1. Download the Google DFP API Library and unpack it into sites/all/libraries/dfp_api_php_lib
  2. Go to Admin > Configuration > System > Google DFP Blocks
  3. Enter the following info:
    • Application name - Arbitrary string
    • Email - The email address for your DFP user account
    • Password - Used to get an authentication token. The token is saved, your password is never saved
    • Network code - Available from the Admin tab of your DFP account
    • Server - is the standard DFP server
  4. Click Save


BugHerd Logo

BugHerd is an issue tracking system built for designers and web developers. This module allows you to quickly and easily add BugHerd to your Drupal site. The module allows you grant access to BugHerd by roles and even turn it off for admin pages.

You can sign up for a free 14 day trial of BugHerd and see if it will work for you - no credit card needed. Check out the features list.

Cloudflare Roles


Purpose: White list admins when they log in so they can submit html content without the cloudflare challenge screen.

This simple module creates two new permissions "cloudflare whitelist" and "cloudflare blacklist." Any user with a role with the respective permissions will be either whitelisted when logging in, unwhitelisted when logging out, or similarly blacklisted when logging in, and unblacklisted when logging out. If the ip changes mid session, the module will update cloudflare as well.

Web Services Client Views

The Web Service Client Views module is useful for those who just simply want to parse and display content from a web service. This project integrates the Web service client with Views. Using the Wsclient module, you specify a web service description including operations and results. Then using this module, you can easily display those results using the Views UI.

Emacs IDE for Drupal


Tools and libs for Drupal development under GNU/Emacs. GNU/Emacs is a big and strange thing actively used by a hacker subculture for any purposes. One of Emacs abilities — to be an IDE for a wide variety of languages. There are some extensions and tools for using Emacs as IDE for PHP. The purpose of this project is to merge useful PHP tools for Emacs to one bundle for a quick installation and easy updating.

Version 1.x of the IDE offers basic set of features:

  • Syntax highlighting (with drupal-mode)
  • Code formatting mostly compatible with Drupal standards (with drupal-mode)
  • Basic set of expandable code templates for Drupal hooks and PHP functions (with yasnippet)
  • Realtime PHP-syntax checks (with flymake)
  • Shows help for API functions in an external browser


  • Insert hook templates from parsed *.api.php files.
  • Minor mode for replace dashes with underscores (especially for hardcoded Lisp programmers :)
  • Snippets with Russian comments (more translated snippets are welcome)

From Emacs point of view features are:

Share count statistics

Allows your Drupal site to gather statistics on how many times your content (and other entity types) have been "shared" with social/sharing services like Twitter, Google+, Facebook, etc. Also provides an API for other modules to hook into and provide their own share counts.

Also provides views integration so you can easily create a 'Most shared' block listing the most popular shared content.


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