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Purpose: The plugin manager is designed to provide an in browser interface to administrators to install modules and themes. It automates the process of downloading a project release, extracting files from it and installing them in their appropriate locations. 6.x-1.x
Extends the administrative interface for Drupal core's "Update status" module ( added to core in 6.x ). Users of the 5.x Update status contrib module will probably want to use this once they upgrade to 6.x, since some of the functionality in the contrib version was deemed too complicated to include in core. In particular, the per-project settings to ignore certain projects or even specific releases, is absent in the core version of the module. The "Update status advanced settings" module restores these settings, and might eventually provide additional functionality for the core "Update status" module.
This module assists with the site/domain ownership authentication/verification for search engines. There are two types of verification methods supported: adding meta tags, or uploading a specific file. If you are provided with a file to upload, this module makes it easy because you can upload the file in the module's interface and the proper filename and file contents will be saved and used in the authentication process. This module is useful for the following search engine verifications:
This module allows you to restrict access to menu items 1 based on user roles. It depends on the Drupal core menu.module—just activate both modules and edit a menu item as usual. There will be a new fieldset that allows you to restrict access by role.
Why Do I Need It? Unfortunately Drupal does not include the powers of immortality or invincibility. You may someday get hit by a truck, or even just decide that you no longer want to maintain the site. So someone else may have to take over. Where do they start? I know you documented the site really well, but the next person doesn't want to read those 14 binders of documentation you left behind.
The XML sitemap module creates a sitemap that conforms to the sitemaps.org specification . This helps search engines to more intelligently crawl a website and keep their results up to date. The sitemap created by the module can be automatically submitted to Ask, Google, Bing (formerly Windows Live Search), and Yahoo! search engines. The module also comes with several submodules that can add sitemap links for content, menu items, taxonomy terms, and user profiles.