Theme per path

This module allows you to specify themes per path. This will allow you to change themes inside your existing site at specific paths rather than changing the theme for the whole site.

The need for it arose when we wanted to create a product page inside our site that was radically different than the site theme. Creating a multi-site setup seemed like overkill. It would need a separate database, separate users, separate administration. We would need to re-enable all modules and re-configure them. So this sounded like it could be very useful.




This module provides the ability to retrieve data from your CollectiveAccess collection management system (, using Drupal as a frontend to make (parts of) your collection available to the public.

This module no longer works with the changed web services in CollectiveAccess 1.3

Functionality overview:

  • UI to manage connections to one or more CollectiveAccess instances
  • Ability to connect to the web services via several technologies
    (only connection via SOAP is implemented at this point)
  • Provides API for retrieving CollectiveAccess data programmatically
    x Object basic data and attributes
    x Object representations (primary images & all images)
    x Relations to an object (collections, entities, ...)
    x Sets

Add-on modules:

The following modules provide extra functionality on top of this API module:


There will be both a Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 version of this module.
The Drupal 7 version is the main development branch.


Anonymous Contact form

Anonymous Contact allows people that are not logged into the site to contact users via e-mail via a contact form. I had a look around for this and was surprised to find there weren't any modules that already handled this. I did find interest in it though so hopefully this module will see a bit of use.

I would strongly suggest that it be used with some form of captcha. The CAPTCHA module works. Mollom doesn't for some reason.


Node-level Blocks

Setup node-type

This module allows node editors to assign blocks to regions on a node base. In the node edit form a fieldset will be added in which the blocks can be dragged into a desired region. The blocks will be added to the blocks already present in the region.



The WebM module will serve as the WebM library for Drupal, which potentially consists of WebM player and video encoding/decoding functions using VP8. The WebM project was recently introduced on May.19th.2010 at Google I/O; down the road, there will be much progress made for the WebM project and this module. As it is now, this Drupal project page is a placeholder page.

Also, collaboration and contribution will be much appreciated.



Theme for independently organized TED events websites.

It is based on Acquia Marina.

A detailed account on the adaptation of acquia_marina and its transformation
to look and feel like TED is posted on:

There are additional images (logo, favicon.ico) with the TEDx logo, which
can't be included in the theme because of the GPL licensing scheme.

This theme was originally implemented to support TEDxSantoDomingo 2009 and
can be seen at use at:

It was revised and updated for the 2010 TEDxSantoDomingo event.

-- Following text is mandatory for all TEDx communications and references:

TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. Started as a four-day conference in California 25 years ago, TED has grown to support those world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.

Our event is called TEDxSantoDomingo, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxSantoDomingo event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.



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