20 Popular Extensions for Drupal Developers – Part 2DCI
The first part of this article covered 10 popular extensions for Drupal developers.
Here are the other 10 extensions that would be helpful for them:
It is a font browsing interface that allows selection of fonts from various providers llike Google Fonts, KERNEST, Font Squirrel, Typekit, Fontdeck etc. The system automatically loads the fonts from the selected sources and it can be applied directly on the site without the need of editing stylesheets.
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The Noggin module allows developers to add a custom header image to the default Drupal themes directly from the Theme Manager.
This is a very powerful and popular extension. As a Drupal developer, if you want users to create and manage their own groups, you can use this extension. Organic group can be created by a single group owner. The group owner is considered as the authorized person to maintain the group. He can also delete the group if he has the permission.
Webform allows Drupal developers to produce advanced forms right from the admin interface. It adds a new content type once installed which can then be customized to display the required controls, fields and widgets.
Drush is a command-line shell and scripting interface for Drupal. This is a third-party project which can speed up the development time of Drupal developers.
This module provides an easy and quick drop-down menu selection. Menus created using Nice Menus are usually CSS and so they can be styled by overriding the default selectors.
Dynamic Display Block
Drupal developers can include this extension if they want the users to display their content in a dynamic manner. This extension is used to show featured content in the home page of the website. The dynamic blocks may contain portfolio content, news, photos or videos.
This module is helpful to present content on mobile devices. It helps administrators designate the themes to be used with mobile devices.
This module allows the site administrators to create customized layouts for multiple users. A page can be divided into various content areas and the module gives control over each area.
The Frontpage extension helps in the allocation of different front pages for anonymous and authenticated users. This extension eliminates the need of code and so anyone can set this up.