@font-your-face provides an administrative interface for browsing and applying web fonts (using CSS @font-face, supported in all popular browsers) from a variety of sources.
A clean, full featured base-theme for mobile-first designs. Bootstrap has quickly become one of the most popular front-end frameworks. This theme brings the Bootstrap framework into Drupal with no additional baggage.
Font Awesome is the iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap.
The Metatag module allows you to automatically provide structured metadata, aka "meta tags", about a website. In the context of search engine optimization, when people refer to meta tags they are usually referring to the meta description tag and the meta keywords tag that may help improve the rankings and display of a site in search engine results. In addition, the module provides support for meta tags (Open Graph Protocol from Facebook, Twitter Cardsfrom Twitter) that allow control of how content appears when shared on social networks.
This project is the offical Drupal 7 and D8 successor of the Nodewords module.
The migrate module provides a flexible framework for migrating content into Drupal from other sources. Includes support for creating core Drupal objects such as nodes, users, files, terms, and comments. It can be easily extended for migrating other kinds of content. Content is imported and rolled back using a bundled web interface (Migrate UI module) or through the included Drush commands (strongly recommended).
The page title is found in the HTML head inside the <title> tag. It is used on SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) and can greatly enhance websites SEO (Search Engine Optimization). This module provides control over the page title. You can select tokens for controlling how the title is structured.
This relatively new module provides a simple, clean and easy to configure block of responsive social sharing links that adjust to the screen size. It is based on code from Responsive Share Buttons CSS and jQuery.
Instead of showing a standard "404 Page not found", this module performs a search on the keywords in the URL and displays the search results. For example, if a visitor tries to go to <http://example.com/does/not/exist>, this module will search for "does not exist" and display those results rather than a useless 404 error page.
This helps retain visitors who arrive from out-of-date URLs that may be left over on other sites or from older search indices.
The module includes search engine keywords detections as well as regular expression based term filtering from the URL.
Strongarm provides an easy way to override the default variables in Drupal core and contributed modules.
An example of such a variable is site_frontpage. In Drupal this defaults to node, which ensures that the front page gets content as soon as some exists, but for many Drupal sites this setting is simply wrong. Strongarm gives the site builder a an opportunity to set the site_frontpage to whatever is best for their site.
One of the weaknesses of Drupal (at least up to and including version 7) is that content and configuration are mixed together in the database. This can make it difficult to migrate complex changes from one site to another. Many of these migration problems are partially resolved by Strongarm combinin Strongarm with Features,.
Webform is a powerful WYSIWYG survey and form building tool. Email receipts can be automatically sent to form submitters and email notifications can be automatically sent to administrators. Webform has and extensive API for expanding its features. By combining Webform with custom modules, powerful interactive systems can be qjuickly built. Results can be exported into Excel or other spreadsheet applications. Webform provides basic statistical reports.