Through the File admin module, Debut Media enables enhanced administration of media files, including setting published, promoted, and sticky status.
Like all Debut features, Debut Media can be integrated either as a stand-alone feature to quickly add media functionality to any Drupal site or as part of a Drupal distribution. Debut Media is used in the Open Outreach Drupal distribution aimed at nonprofits.
You have three options for installing Debut Media:
- Install Apps and the Debut Apps connector module and install Debut Media as an app. The apps system utilized by Debut Apps uses the same installation mechanism as the Update module in core. Apps will download all the required modules, making it an easy way to install Debut Media.
- Debut Media is used in the Open Outreach Drupal distribution aimed at nonprofits, so you can install it as part of Open Outreach.
- Install manually along with the dependencies listed below.
- Media, video, and image views with page listing, recent posts block, and RSS feeds.
- Menu items for media, video, and image landing pages.
- Context handling of breadcrumbs and active menu.
- User permissions.
Hashtags module provides alternative way of adding tags to node.
Clicking on the hashtag will lead you to a thread of nodes that have that have applied that hashtag.
The syntax of hashtags you can check in Limitations on Hashtag Characters
This way of adding tags was taken from Twitter.
Sponsored by Archer software
Helper module to place and manage a humans.txt file in your site.
What is humans.txt?
It's an initiative for knowing the people behind a website.
It's a TXT file that contains information about the different people who have contributed to building the website.
Why should I?
You don't have to if you don't want. The only aim of this initiative is to know who the authors of the sites we visit are.
Who should I mention?
Whoever you want to, provided they wish you to do so. You can mention the developer, the designer, the copywriter, the webmaster, the SEO, SEM or SMO... As you can see, the number of people who may take part of the creation of a site can be big, so the list is almost endless.
Meta Name or humans.txt?
This is not a fight, you don't have to choose one or the other. Humans.txt is just a way to have more information about the authors of the site.
Internet is for humans...
We are always saying that, but the only file we generate is one full of additional information for the searchbots: robots.txt. Then why not doing one for ourselves?
You can see an example of the humans.txt file here
More on Humans.txt project page
A CCK content field which lets you add a country to your content types; displaying country name, ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code, ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code or a countryicon with module Country Icons (6.x-1.0-beta2 and newer releases now supports Country Icons 1.x and 2.x).
- Drop the entire cck_country module directory into your 'sites/all/modules' folder
- Enable the module from the Administration area modules page (admin/build/modules)
- Create or Edit a CCK content-type and add a new field of type country (admin/content/types)
To display a country icon, please install Country Icons and change the display field value for a country field.
There will not be any version for Drupal 7 for this module! Please use Countries instead.
This module provides one or more filters to views for filtering out nodes that have or do not have other nodes that refers to them through a node reference field. This can be useful when you need to list nodes that do have nodes that refers to it or vice versa.
The module let's you select which node reference fields you want to filter on.
This module works for both Views 3 and Views 2.