Top 10 Modules to Install After Migration to Drupal

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Drupal is a desired platform for different website managers out there. In some way people wants Drupal modules. Here, in this article we have prepared top 10 modules which should be installed right after your migration to Drupal.  

1. Add Fields to Different Types of Drupal Content

Content Construction Kit (CCK) is the unique Drupal module which allows to create additional custom post types. With this add-on you will be able to create various field for some extra fields like text numbers, images, dates and many others. This is a powerful system can contribute with other modules to expand your Drupal website functionality.

2. Present Content in Lists, Grids, Tables, etc.

The module Views will help you to list and categories your Drupal website to your wish and requirements. Moreover, if you see any content listed on Drupal it is surely relied on Views.

What you can get with this module?

  • sort out the page view in different ways
  • restrict to post certain content types
  • gather unread forum posts
  • display a block with the 5 most recent posts of some particular type

Views is build on CCK behind a user-friendly interface.

3. Turn Your URL into Human-Readable

On Drupal website system URLs usually looks like www.drupal-site/node123 and they are not readable for a human eye as well as for search engine bots. There is the module – Pathauto, and it is must-have one for all users. It automatically generate URLs and Path aliases to different kinds of content with no need for the user to specify the path manually. So, you will have www.drupal-site/category/my-node-title instead of www.drupal-site/node/123.

4. A Module for Other Modules

Token doesn’t provide any visible function on its own, however,  it just sets up in live other modules. This module provides the central API for others to expand their value.  A lot of Drupal add-ons require Token, that is Pathauto, Organic Group and many more. Besides that, you can use token, and its API to expose custom tokens for large Drupal projects.

5. Enhance SEO Boundaries

Right after migration to Drupal you need the XML sitemap. This will help search engines to crawl your website properly. This module generates your sitemap and directs the robots to all your website content to be indexed. There are also some additional submodules which will add links for content, menu items, taxonomy terms, and user profiles.

6. Make Your Friendly URLs Viewable

Let’s imagine that you recently migrated to new Drupal website, installed Pathauto to make your URLs friendly, but they are still somehow hidden from search engines’ bots. In this way, you need Global Redirect to ensure that proper redirects are exactly in place to point out  for safe URLs.

With Global Redirect you can:

  • Checks the current URL for an alias and implement 301 redirect if it is needed.
  • Checks the current URL for a trailing slash
  • Checks if the Clean URLs feature
  • Checks access to the URL.
  • There are different other features which can be used to have a better SEO on your Drupal website.

7. Track Your Website Traffic

When you migrated your website to Drupal, you surely will build up it and expand. And you will need a tool to track the conversion and leads. Google Analytics is a web statistic tracking system to your Drupal website. With this applications, you may add different types of statistics to your webpage such as:

  • Single/multi/cross domain tracking
  • Selectively track/exclude certain users, roles and pages
  • Monitor the downloads from your page
  • Website search support
  • Anonymize visitors IP address
  • Access denied (403) and Page not found (404) tracking, etc

So this full analytical suite for your Drupal site traffic tracking . Google analytics adds all necessary tracking code and cache it locally for faster website loading.

8. Upload Images Directly to Content

To upload images and other media files right to the content you have to install IMCE.  This is file uploader and browser that supports personal directories and quota. With this module you can do basic file operations, different image processes and lots of other features. This module was released in 2012, has been downloaded for more than one million and a half times and right now around 400.000 website use this tool.

9. Scale, Crop, and Resize Images Automatically

ImageCache allows to preview and make considerable editions with the images before posting them. With this tool you can dynamically generate the file, handle image processing through Views or simply on node display. So do anything you want with the images, resize it, implement other changes automatedly in order to suite the layouts.

10. Manage Your Own Groups

So, if you want to create ‘user group’ on Drupal website and then need to manage them, module Organic Group is for you. This Drupal application provides your users with the ability to create the group subscribers and maintain its home page. This is a nice way to streamline your websites users according to their interests.

Generally, Drupal has so many awesome modules which are worse to be installed and you should check them out on your own. So, migrate your website to Drupal with aisite  and setup this applications to make your website even better than you could imagine.

 

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