The Drupal for Humanists continues to expand with additional materials. 

If you're looking for the images and data to import into the example site are also linked under chapter 14.


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.

Module Category Description page
Field Collection Fields

Allows you to create a repeating, compound field (e.g. a single field that allows you to store multiple sets of "name + role" data, to be able to capture the author, editor, illustrator, etc. for a book.)

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Feeds Tamper Import

Allows you to lightly modify your source data (e.g. change capitalization, do find-and-replace) as you import it.

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Node Reference Create Fields

Allows you to put a node that doesn't yet exist in a node reference field, by creating a stub page for that node.

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Nice Menus Menus, Display

Older module that provides drop-down menus; is not responsive or mobile-optimized without additional configuration.

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Rabbit Hole Display

Lets you control what happens when someone tries to view a node, user account, etc. on its own page. Helpful for redirecting users or hiding nodes when they're meant to only be seen in the context of a view.

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