Blog /Drupal modules

Drupal has thousands of free modules.

Whether you want to increase the security of your website, gain website analysis tools, or improve your company’s visibility on social media, on our blog you’ll learn which Drupal modules are the best to meet specific business requirements.

We’ll show you how to install a particular Drupal module, how it works in practice, and what benefits its usage brings.

Drupal Commerce is a whole ecosystem thanks to which an online store can be constantly expanded. On drupal.org – the website where the Drupal community provides its solutions under the Open Source license – some modules can improve online sales depending on your individual needs. Below, I present nine examples of commerce modules that can be extremely helpful in everyday store management.

Creating components using the Paragraphs module offers incredible flexibility in building pages based on Drupal. One of the common restrictions is the issue of reusing the same paragraphs in very similar components. If the only thing that limits you is the set and layout of fields, the Paragraph View Mode module will help you.

Consistent support of addresses, coordinates, maps and searching for places is definitely the Achilles' heel of most modern CMS. It is a complicated matter and it requires integrating a large number of independent solutions. The topic of geolocation has also been raised in many large projects implemented by Droptica. I will show you some best practices on their basis.

Workflows and Content Moderation – both modules presented in this article are add-ons that extend Drupal’s capabilities in the area of content management, revisions and adding custom statuses.  Workflows and Content Moderation Workflows and Content Moderation improve content workflows in Drupal 8. By default, the content in Drupal (Node) can be either published or not, since these are the available statuses. Admins can see and edit all articles.

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