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Drupal Modules Edit

Module Access for Site Architect Role Edit

  • Update --jwalling 22:56, 7 November 2006 (UTC)
Block
  • administer blocks -- yes
  • use PHP for block visibility -- no
Comment
  • access comments -- yes
  • administer comments -- yes
  • post comments -- yes
  • post comments without approval -- yes
Filter
  • administer filters -- yes
Forum
  • administer forums -- yes
  • create forum topics -- yes
  • edit own forum topics -- yes
Menu
  • administer menu -- yes
Node
  • access content -- yes
  • administer nodes -- yes
  • revert revisions -- yes
  • view revisions -- yes
Page
  • create pages -- yes
  • edit own pages -- yes
Poll
  • create polls -- yes
  • vote on polls -- yes
Statistics
  • access statistics -- yes
  • view post access counter -- yes
Story
  • create stories -- yes
  • edit own stories -- yes
System
  • access administration pages -- no
  • administer site configuration -- no
  • select different theme -- no
Taxonomy
  • administer taxonomy -- yes
Tinymce
  • access tinymce -- yes
  • administer tinymce -- yes
User
  • access user profiles -- yes
  • administer access control -- no
  • administer users -- yes
  • change own username -- yes



Core modules Edit

  • Update --jwalling 02:58, 7 November 2006 (UTC)
Name
Description
Enabled?
Aggregator
Aggregates syndicated content (RSS, RDF, and Atom feeds)
No
Archive
Displays a calendar for navigating older content.
Enabled
Block
Controls the boxes that are displayed around the main content.
Required
Blog
Enables keeping an easily and regularly updated web page or a blog.
No
Blogapi
Allows users to post content using applications that support XML-RPC blog APIs.
No
Book
Allows users to collaboratively author a book.
No
Comment
Allows users to comment on and discuss published content.
Enabled
Contact
Enables the use of both personal and site-wide contact forms.
No
Drupal
Lets you register your site with a central server and improve ranking of Drupal projects by posting information on your installed modules and themes; also enables users to log in using a Drupal ID.
No
Filter
Handles the filtering of content in preparation for display.
Required
Forum
Enables threaded discussions about general topics.
Enabled
Help
Manages the display of online help.
Enabled
Legacy
Provides legacy handlers for upgrades from older Drupal installations.
No
Locale
Enables the translation of the user interface to languages other than English.
No
Menu
Allows administrators to customize the site navigation menu.
Enabled
Node
Allows content to be submitted to the site and displayed on pages.
Required
Page
Enables the creation of pages that can be added to the navigation system.
Enabled
Path
Allows users to rename URLs.
No
Ping
Alerts other sites when your site has been updated.
No
Poll
Allows your site to capture votes on different topics in the form of multiple choice questions.
Enabled
Profile
Supports configurable user profiles.
No
Search
Enables site-wide keyword searching.
No
Statistics
Logs access statistics for your site.
Enabled
Story
Allows users to submit stories, articles or similar content.
Enabled
System
Handles general site configuration for administrators.
Required
Taxonomy
Enables the categorization of content.
Enabled
Throttle
Handles the auto-throttling mechanism, to control site congestion.
No
Tracker
Enables tracking of recent posts for users.
No
Upload
Allows users to upload and attach files to content.
No
User
Manages the user registration and login system.
Required
Watchdog
Logs and records system events.
Required

Contributed modules Edit


Category
Source: [1]
The category module allows you to structure your site into a tree-like hierarchy of pages, and to classify your dynamic content, all within one seamless interface.
CCK Content Construction Kit
The Content Construction Kit allows you create content types through the web. A content type is a collection of fields. The intent of the CCK is to make the creation of custom node types easier.
CiviCRM
Manage community contacts, relationships, and activities
Database Administration
The dba module provides Drupal administrators with direct access to their Drupal database tables from within the standard Drupal user interface. It is possible to execute scripts to create and alter tables, to backup one or more tables, to view/edit/delete data within tables, and to emtpy or drop tables. If using MySQL, it is also possible to check and repair tables.
Event
The event module allows for any type of content to be event enabled, meaning content can have a start and end time, and appear in calendars.
EventFinder
This module allows the user to seach for events based on event type, category, geographic location and proximity to major metropolitan areas. A user can also register for events, and it is helpful for event hosts to retrieve lists of contacts for events they have created on the site. Users can access lists of events which they have created and registered for. Event allows users to create saved searches, which monitor the system for new events matching criteria they have specified.
Flexinode
Administrators find it very useful to create new types of content without having to program a new content module, easily combining fields like dates, links, images, etc. to create their custom content types.
Footnotes
The Footnotes module can be used to create automatically numbered footnotes within a text. In the place, where you want to add a footnote, enclose the footnote text within an fn tag: <fn>like this</fn>. The filter will take the text within the tag and move it to a footnote at the bottom of the page. In it's place it will place a number which is also a link to the footnote.
Forms
Forms module provides an api for adding user-customizable form elements within modules.
Required for Survey Module
Form restore
This module restores form values saved by another modules in user session on non-submit form actions. Values are free for altering so You can use it to simulate multi-step workflow. Moreover this module uses stored forms parent-child relationship for correct redirection after submit.
Form Enabler
This module enables/disables form fields in dependency of a checkbox. It integrates with the CCK. For each field a checkbox may be chosen, which will be used as enable/disable "switch" for this field.
Frontpage
The Front Page module allows user to specify splash pages or front pages to their site that are different in layout to the default theme/style and also offers the option to display different front pages to Authenticated Users (logged in) and Anonymous users (not logged in).
Image
Galleries of images
Location
Associate geographic location
TinyMCE
This module integrates the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor into a Drupal site for editing site content.
Volunteer
Organize people to help
Wireframe
Information architecture designs for user testing
http://iawiki.net/WireFrames
Workspace
manage your own content

Drupal Themes Edit

All Drupal Themes


CivicSpace Theme
The CivicSpace theme is designed to help community organizers quickly develop a new style and layout for their site. The CivicSpace theme has a pre-built selection of layouts, and styles so you can quickly create your custom theme.
NOTE: The CivicSpace Theme is tested to work with Drupal 4.6.x and CivicSpace, not working on Drupal CVS/4.7 yet
MultiFlex
http://www.openwebdesign.org/viewdesign.phtml?id=2876
The colours and styles are easily customizable Valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2.0
NewsPortal
"News Portal" is designed for content heavy sites. Fast loading and clean layout. The center content area expands to fit the width of the browser window. If you prefer, you can easily change this to fixed width in #Page_Wrapper DIV.
Sands & Sands_CSS
http://samat.org/drupal-themes/sands
  • Higher contrast colors, underlined links, and relative font sizes
  • Novel styling of node information, comments, and block menus
  • Semantic XHTML, heavy use of CSS
  • Segregation of style information, including an easily-modifiable colors.css containing all color and background image definitions
  • Designed in mind to be easily modifiable to create your own custom themes
  • Uses many subtle gradiented background images to create a "smooth," more high-contrast look
  • Uses Mark James' Silk CMS Icons for emphasis on selected links http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/
  • Uses the PHPTemplate theme engine.
Wireframe
This is a very simple CSS only wireframe theme. Wireframes are very useful when you are developing a site for a client and you do not want styles to get in the way of communication. [2]

See also Edit

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