In this post I'm not going to describe extremely great modules that you must use on each your Drupal site such as Backup&Migrate module or Views module etc. This modules you can use in some separate cases but they can improve support of your Drupal sites!
If you have old site that was done many years ago and maybe upgraded for example from previous Drupal branch, say from D6 to D7. Than you can face with Distribution name Notice.
Notice: Undefined index: distribution_name in drupal_install_profile_distribution_name()...
You can google this issue and find solution, for example
UPDATE `my_database_name`.`system` SET `status` = '1', `info` = '' WHERE `system`.`filename` = 'profiles/demo_profile/demo_profile.profile'; or
UPDATE `system` SET `status` = '1' WHERE `filename` = 'profiles/standard/standard.profile';
But it can not help in my case, when I use my own custom profile. But it does have sense to switch to Standard one to have easy Drupal core updates etc.
And I was happy when I found Profile Switcher.
I think when project
I have my common practice to create for the client some separate admin user with abilities that they need only without any complex and extra admin items.
I think each Drupal developer noticed that after some long development activity when you install and uninstall a lot of modules and themes trying to find
This module helps you to create a menu that will be already on the screen or some permanently visible informational block, for example, contact form. I have found it useful together with my new Anchors Panels Navigation module.
During the production lifetime of each Drupal site, some new features appear and they require
I tried this module at first when I did
I think every Drupal Developer use placeholder in menu that make Drupal point to the front page of the site. Void Menu module allow Drupal admins to set their own tags with some replacement rules. The most easy example, we can set in menu hashes pointed to anchors on the current page. I have found this module extremely perfect together with me new module Anchors Panels Navigation.