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Skill Compass allows organizing resources for learning in a way that makes it easy to find new topics to learn and resources for learning those topics. See http://skillcompass.org/ for an example site using this project, and these demonstration videos for a quick introduction. A description in images Tree...

Content, Examples, Features package, Project management, Site navigation, Utility, Views, 7.x

The Sliced Menu allows menus to be sliced into a block per level. It behave like primary link with no level limitation. If a menu with four levels (depth) is sliced, four blocks will be available in the administer block section. Each block will contain a level of the chosen menu. If a menu item is selected,...

Content display, Site navigation, 5.x

The Smart menus, Smart tabs duo of modules make everyone's Drupal experience just that little bit more convenient. The two modules give menus and tabs a memory, so that when you revisit a page, your previous tab or menu choice is already pre-selected for you. Not only will this save you numerous clicks,...

Site navigation, 6.x

A pseudo-menu that creates two-column pseudo-blocks containing links to term pages from two related vocabularies. A typical use case would be for a store website that had their products broken into a few main categories with lists of subcategories and a second vocabulary for storing brands, this allows...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 6.x

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This module's singular purpose is to redirect users immediately from a splash page (before they see it) when they don't need to see it anymore. It is a pretty small amount of code but I needed to use it on lots of sites. It is designed to work with javascript so the splash page can be fully cached without...

Content display, Site navigation, 6.x

Reviews: 1

This module lets you upload a sprite image for a menu item and, with the use of CSS, configure different sprites of the image for different states of the link (normal, visited, hover and active). Drupal 6.x Notes (for theme developers) Due to the new menu system in 6.x no theme overrides are necessary....

Administration, Site navigation, Theme enhancements, Utility, 5.x, 6.x

Steps is a module that allows you to paginate any type, and number, of nodes. A new content type called "Steps" using a node reference field makes this easy to do. Features 1.0 (and newer) Allow users to only visit steps in the order you've put them in. Users are automatically redirected to the last...

Content display, Paging, Site navigation, 6.x

What is Stepwise? Most modules require a site builder to change settings on several pages. Stepwise strings all those forms together into a single multistep form. If you have a module with a setup that requires users to make changes on more than 2 forms, consider including a stepwise workflow into your...

Community, Examples, Features package, Site navigation, Utility, 7.x

Module description Submenu Reorder Module provides the facility to the admin to modify the order of sub menu items of a node.It adds a reorder tab on node view page. Administrators can reorders the sub menu items of a main menu item using a drag and drop interface. They don't need to go to Menu Administration...

Site navigation, 6.x, 7.x

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Submenu Tree provides a method for structuring content hierarchically. For content which has a menu link, Submenu Tree display a list of content which is at the same level or below the content in the menu. Content that at the same level as a selected piece of content is referred to as "sibling" content...

Content display, Site navigation, Utility, 6.x, 7.x

Reviews: 2

Subsites are a part of your website that can have its own menu, theme, custom CSS or anything else you want. Subsites can be defined in a few manners: - Marking individual nodes as belonging to the subsite. - All pages in the subsite menu belong to the section. - Defining paths that belong to a the section....

Administration, Content display, Site navigation, Theme enhancements, 6.x

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Superfish integrates jQuery Superfish plugin with your Drupal menus. Overview: Supporting all the Superfish options. Block-specific settings. Unobtrusive JavaScript. Supersubs plug-in. Supposition plug-in. Touchscreen compatible (for iPad, Android, etc.) Accessible. (Keyboard-accessible, screen reader...

Javascript Utilities, Site navigation, Theme enhancements, 6.x, 7.x

Reviews: 2

This module adds your book_hierarchy automagically into your navigation. Very straightforward, and extremely simple. It provides no configuration, no database and so on. Just enable the module and refresh your menu's (cache). The simplicity is its good part: You don't need to explain your users why the...

Content display, Site navigation, Utility, 4.7.x

This module provide the "Administration theme" system page alteration, which allow the site administrator to configure a full set of arbitrary path on which the administration theme should be active. It also provides some integration with node, workflow and revisionning modules; while the user can type...

Administration, Site navigation, Theme enhancements, 6.x

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Tab Tamer is an administration utility that provides easy re-ordering, hiding, and deactivation of tabs and subtabs. You can also rename tab labels. Tab Tamer makes use of Drupal's drag ordering, but degrades gracefully when javascript is disabled. Tab Tamer utilizes Drupal's cache system to help conserve...

Administration, Site navigation, Utility, 6.x, 7.x

Reviews: 3

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The module associates a menu entry with each taxonomy terms in a configurable vocabulary. As callbacks, panel pages are used to display stuff (eg. nodes associated with the term). The module is similar to taxonomy_menu in that it creates a menu from a set of taxonomy terms. As opposed to that module,...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 5.x

Reviews: 1

This module has been abandoned in favor of Taxonomy Menu which does the same thing with more features. It adds taxonomy terms to the menu system. This module depends on Pathauto if you are willing to build a proper hierarchy menu structure out of your taxonomy terms (if the taxonomy has hierarchy of...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 5.x

This module creates a block for each taxonomy vocabularies. For each block an accordion menu is created with this logic Accordion Term Name ( root term #1) ---> All ( link to root term # 1) ---> Term # 1 ( link to term #1, child of root term #1) ---> Term # 2 ( link to term #2, child of root...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 6.x

This module does one thing, and only one thing. It will alter the breadcrumbs on a taxonomy term page to reflect the hierarchy of that term. This module is intended as a very simple replacement for the Taxonomy breadcrumb module which has many extra bells and whistles over this module. Viewing the...

Content display, Site navigation, Taxonomy, 7.x

Progresive content filtering, with clean url's, using taxonomies as facets. Ideal for eCommerce carts, real estate / properties sites, classified ads, or other sites with multiple categories, where users need to filter content progressively by applying filters from one or more categories. Category Landing...

Commerce and advertising, Content, e-Commerce, Site navigation, Taxonomy, 7.x

The Taxonomy Filter module is designed to present an easy-to-use interface for narrowing down taxonomy listings to find topics that are tagged by multiple terms. This is helpful for sites that use multiple vocabularies to create a multi-faceted information architecture. Prior to Drupal 7 (see note in...

Content display, Multilingual, Site navigation, Taxonomy, Views, 6.x, 7.x

[EN] This module extends the Nice Menus module (http://drupal.org/project/nice_menus). With this module Nice Menus can display taxonomic dictionaries, as menu. This module is not independent – required Nice Menus for it work. [RU] Данный модуль расширяет возможности...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 6.x

With this module you can easily create menu items on a Taxonomy term page attached to that term. As on the node form. This module enables the "Allowed Menus" options on the Taxonomy vocabulary form and works as the content type form for nodes. Then on the taxonomy term add form you can set the menu item...

Site navigation, Taxonomy, 7.x

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You need this module if you have a nested menu tree with taxonomy terms, e.g.: Term 1 Term 1-1 Term 2 Term 2-1 And you have a node referring to the term in menu. For example, node refers to the Term 1-1. On the node page you'll see only the first level of menu, because node itself doesn't have a menu...

Administration, Site navigation, Taxonomy, 6.x, 7.x

Reviews: 6

Taxonomy NCO uses Normalised Co-Occurrence analysis to look for relationships between terms in Drupal vocabularies. This allows us to infer semantic relationships between terms, and thus to provide advanced 'you may also be interested in' links. On large vocabularies this technique can bring big improvements...

RDF, Site navigation, Taxonomy, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x

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