Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
Allow the non-technical stakeholders to manage the analytics for their website using the Google Tag Manager (GTM). This module allows you to trigger the insertion of tags and tracking systems onto the pages of the site.
Allows for logging user actions on sensitive/critical administrative pages. Logging is limited to specific users and/or user roles (configurable). Logging only occurs on specific administrative pages (configurable). Features include:
There are just some things that you need to know immediately upon conversion; you can't wait to see it in your Google Analytics / Piwik / etc report. This module is that missing piece to the puzzle that tracks important information about your website visitors at the time of conversion. It also exposes that information with tasty little tokens that can be used virtually anywhere. It does the tracking in three separate cookies and exposes that information in 6 tokens.
Lightweight, no-nonsense, enable-and-forget page collector of referrers for all pages on your site, drawing on data collected by Google Analytics. Hardly any load on your server, no negative impact on the user. Highly customizable. Suitable even for large and high-traffic sites.
The Mail Tracking module tracks the number of recipients that read your e-mail message, click on a link in it or unsubscribe (if used in combination with Simplenews).
And there's even more: if the Simplenews and Google Analytics module have been installed you can define a source for your newsletters. This source (and some other values) will be added as utm_ parameters to any website links in your newsletter.
Saplo provides services that extract and refine valuable information from large quantities of text. This module enables tag extraction and similarity analysis by connecting to the Saplo API. Use it to e.g. fetch relevant content or suggested tags.
Adds the Baidu Analytics web statistics tracking system to your website.
Baidu Analytics (百度统计 Baidu Tongji, in Chinese) is Baidu search engine's web analytics platform.
It provides users with many reports about visitors to their website, such as a report on the source of visitors, user demographics, reports on content viewed on site, a heat map, and many other features.
The module allows you to add the following statistics features to your site:
Selectively track/exclude certain users, roles and pages
Monitor what type of links are tracked (downloads, outgoing and mailto)
This module integrates the Webform module with the Charts (with an "s") module. Using the libraries provided by Charts module (either Google Visualization or Highcharts, or other add-on libraries), this module integrates with the "Analysis" tab of a Webform to provide charts for each individual component's analytical data.
This project introduces a vendor independent framework for deeply monitoring Drupal and all its projects / modules. It provides a 360 degree perspective on Drupal system health, being a critical piece for true enterprise Drupal platforms.
Our goal is to make monitoring an affordable and well established standard feature. These days, every website is somehow mission critical and the era of lazy-/unmonitored enterprise applications need to have an end.
With this vendor independent definition, we recommend every contrib module to provide own sensors that allow us to measure module health by default.
The project monitoring is no monitoring application on its own. It provides a lightweight sensor definition framework with a set of sensors that can be collected by any monitoring product. Integrations into the most popular Open Source products Nagios / Icinga (monitoring system) and Munin (trends monitoring grapher) will be available out of the box. Integrating additional monitoring products is easy.
The base platform for sensor definition is production ready. Publishing of the integration into products and contrib modules will follow soon. Contact us if you need it NOW and want to support development.
There are no known major issues.
The Server Monitor module will monitor and display the status of a number of servers which will be polled by a ping or by retrieving a URL (drupal_http_request or cURL). The status checks can be configured to run during cron.
When cron runs, Server Monitor will iterate through the list of configured servers and check their status (up or down) using the method specified (ping, curl or drupal_http_request). The current status is recorded and is displayed in a block on your website as well as in a JSON feed for use with other services you may have.
- cURL, if you wish to use it as a monitor method.
If you have the Varnish module installed, Server Monitor will automatically ban/purge the JSON feed when cron runs. For this reason, if you are running behind Varnish server(s), it is also best to check the 'Use JSON generated block?' option in the administration menu, as it will ensure that your block displays as up-to-date information as available.
Drush support. You can also use drush to run the server monitor via either drush server-monitor, or the alias drush smon.
This is a tiny module that basically extends Drupal's comment statistics module by adding comment counts for day, week, month and year. It also integrates with Views and you can use it to select, filter, order the content as well.
This module plays well and has been tested with Views. You can use these fields
in Content group
Comments this week
Comments this month
Comments this year
You can also use those fields to order and filter content.
Download the module and simply copy it into your contributed modules folder:
[for example, your_drupal_path/sites/all/modules] and enable it from the modules administration/management page.
More information at: Installing contributed modules (Drupal 7)
After successful installation, you need to activate the counter by going to
settings page admin/config/system/comment and check on "Count comments".