Quick Node Block

This module is completely superfluous at first sight ... but still .. You can present content as a block by creating a 'custom block' and giving it a place on your page. You can also create a view that displays a block with, for example, the most recent content.

Field as Block

This module is just the opposite as Blockfield. It converts a field into a block. For example, you can show an image of a content type somewhere in a block instead of between the other fields. This can be useful and is actually a kind of 'light' Panels or Display Suite.


You can use CSS to make every piece of your page Sticky. A menu bar then remains at the top when scrolling. You give the section a class or ID name and you add position: sticky. A CSS instruction that is fairly recent. Older browsers can not do this.


You can order your content display by using blocks, choosing to show or hide the blocks on content types, nodes, themes,.. This can lead to complex situations..

This module controls the blocks from the 'context' of what you see.

Block Field

The module does wat it says... Embedding a block into a node field. This can be a self made block from the library or a block from a view. Even core blocks (who is logged in?) can be used.

Add the field as usual.

Menus and menu links

Menus are a collection of links (menu links). They can be added manually. Here you see an example of the menus of the site. Be carefull with the administration menu. It has all the links you need to administer your site.

Sometimes it is usefull to make a new menu.