Drupal Modules
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Drupal Modules extend its functionality

The following modules are automatically installed with your Drupal installation.

To make use of a module, first make sure it's enabled at administer >> site building >> modules (some modules are automatically enabled).

Then set the right permissions for it at administer >> user management >> access control.

You can further extend the features of Drupal by using "contributed modules." A list of help pages for contributed modules is available at the contributed modules page.

If you would like to add a module help page, follow the authoring guidelines. The site maintainers can create and update pages for you. Sample modules include:

Aggregator: publishing syndicated content
Block: controlling content in the sidebars
Blog: a blog for every user
BlogApi: post from blog tools
Book: structured document publishing
Categories (taxonomy): a way to organize your content
Comment: allow comments on content
Contact: a way for users to get in touch
Drupal: Drupal sites directory server
Filter: input formats for user content
Forum: create threaded discussions
Help: context-sensitive guidance
Legacy: remapping of old-style URLs
Locale: multi-language support
Menu: customize site navigation
Node: the content
Page: post static pages
Path: readable URLs
Ping: notify services of changes
Poll: community voting
Profile: extending user account information
Search: an internal site search system
Statistics: tracking referrers, page hits, etc.
Story: post static pages
System: cron and caching
Throttle: congestion control
Tracker: viewing new and updated content
Upload: collaborate with files
User: access and management settings
Watchdog: monitor your site

Adding Drupal modules can extend the functionality of your site.
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