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You should take the security of your site very seriously. Fortunately, Drupal is fairly secure by default, but people make mistakes. The Security Review module automates many of the easy-to-make mistakes that render your site insecure. Features Security Review runs the following checks: File system permissions Input formats Content (nodes and comments and fields in Drupal 7) Error reporting Private files Allowed upload extensions Database errors Failed logins Drupal admin permissions Username as password Password included in user emails PHP access
The Block edit module provides inline (on mouseover) editing capability for any block or node. Configure block/menu/node settings directly by clicking a Views' style link above the block/node. Where appropriate you are returned to the originating page so it provides a very simplified and intuitive workflow. A full list of links and options provided by this module are listed below. Links:
Why Use Google Charts? There are many reasons to choose Google Chart API over other methods such as Flash or Flex charts. Free Lightweight, reliable, no need for server side libraries or additional modules Simple to extend and implement within the Drupal framework
This simple module allows you to specify some additional attributes for menu items such as id, name, class, style, and rel. You should use this module when You want to "nofollow" certain menu items to sculpt the flow of PageRank through your site You want to give a menu item an ID so you can easily select it using jQuery You want to add additional classes or styles to a menu item
The Front Page module allows for customised home pages dependant on role. The pages can be of the following types: Alias (only 2.x branch) - Allows for another Drupal path to be shown as the home page without redirecting the user. Redirect - Allows you to redirect users to a local or remote URL.
Description This module allows the site admin to create custom error pages for 404 (not found), and 403 (access denied), without the need to create nodes for each of them. Since the error pages are not real nodes, they do not belong a category term, they do not show in the search, and will not show up in node listings, or in Popular Content block.
Introduced in Drupal 6, the Schema API allows modules to declare their database tables in a structured array (similar to the Form API) and provides API functions for creating, dropping, and changing tables, columns, keys, and indexes. The Schema module provides additional Schema-related functionality not provided by the core Schema API that is useful for module developers. Currently, this includes: Schema documentation: hyperlinked display of the schema's embedded documentation explaining what each table and field is for. Schema structure generation: the module examines the live database and creates Schema API data structures for all tables that match the live database. Schema comparison: the module compares the live database structure with the schema structure declared by all enabled modules, reporting on any missing or incorrect tables.
Drush is a command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal, a veritable Swiss Army knife designed to make life easier for those of us who spend some of our working hours hacking away at the command prompt. Misc www.drush.org A list of modules that include Drush integration Drush is not a module, and does not participate in the usage statistics system at drupal.org Drush5 works with two versions of Drupal (6,7). Use Drush 4 for Drupal 5, and use Drush6 (not yet released) for Drupal 8 (also works with 6,7). Drush6 is available in the 8.x-6.x branch of the Drush git repository For more help, please see the Resources page on drush.org and the Drush FAQ . Run the drush topic command for even more help on various topics.
A suite of modules containing fun for module developers and themers ... Devel Helper functions for Drupal developers and inquisitive admins.
#D7CX This module got into core and will only be available as a back-port version for Drupal 6. Provides vertical tabs like http://drupal.geek.nz/static/node-form/default/summaries2.html on the node add form. This module provides the following features: Vertical tabifying all node forms. Vertical tabifying the content type forms.