The Drupal for Humanists continues to expand with additional materials. Links to installable features and documentation for digital humanities sites that use Drupal are coming soon.
The following table includes a randomly-selected set of the modules used in Drupal for Humanists and on the site. Click the "more" link to see the full list, which can be filtered by category.
Allows you to configure, for instance, how many login attempts lead to a blocked account.
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Allows you to configure access to content based on taxonomy terms associated with that content.
Allows you to define a stricter set of password requirements for user accounts.
Universally Unique IDentifier, makes it possible to maintain connections between different entities (e.g. nodes that refer to one another, nodes that point to a taxonomy term) when they're exported or imported.
Logs content access statistics (i.e. page view data) in the Drupal database. Useful insofar as that data is made available to Views (e.g. to display the 5 most frequently viewed pages), but it slows down performance a little and Google Analytics provides more robust data. A core module.