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Feed Path Publisher allows site admins to publish multiple RSS feeds in the document's <head> tag. Modern browsers use this information to populate the (usually orange) RSS icon in their URL or location bar.

Feeds can be published globally or per path. This is especially useful when you have multiple feeds on a site -- say, generated by Views' RSS module -- that should only appear in certain areas.



This module allows you to move the Read More link from the node's links area to the end of the teaser text.



Installation
- Unpack in your modules folder (usually /sites/all/modules/) and enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules.



Users need to create a "File" content type and enable the Attachment Links module for that content type.

Each "File" node should refer to a single file: "Handbook," "Company logo," "Team...



Buzzworthy displays a highly configurable and themable block of popular, recent content.
Credits

Four Kitchens logo

Development of this module is sponsored by Four Kitchens and That Other Paper.



This module allows a site admin to mass change the published, promoted, sticky, and commenting status of nodes per content type. The following actions can be performed en masse:

* Publish
* Unpublish
* Promote to front...



Block Class allows users to add classes to any block through the block's configuration interface. By adding a very short snippet of PHP to a theme's block.tpl.php file, classes can be added to the parent element of a block. Hooray for more...



About This Node creates a block that displays information about the node you're viewing. It allows users to see, at a glance, the following information without clicking "Edit" or digging into revision history:

* node ID...



Author Taxonomy allows you to assign one or more authors to a node using terms from a taxonomy of author names. This module also provides a fully themable replacement for your byline (the "submitted by Username on date" text).



Installation
- Unpack in your modules folder (usually /sites/all/modules/) and enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules.