Drupal is basically an open source content management system that provides a platform to design various innovative, interactive and flexible website. Drupal is equipped with numerous modules that help in designing a website in an ideal mode. Even for the editing task, there is a rich anthology of edit modules. A few from the collection are briefly discussed below:
As the name defines the term itself, this module is used for editing menu. The editing is done in the form of inline text fields for title, path and description, which means there is no need of going to a new page any more to edit the title or destination. Further, this respective module gives you the authority to create menu items for yet non-existing content. The menu editing task turns out to be really simple with the help of this module.
Shakespeare once said that what’s there in name, but in the technical game name matters a lot. If the name of the technical jargon defines its functionality, what can be better than that? Same is the case with the Tag Editor module; the name itself makes it clear that the module takes care of tag editing. For the same, it provides a nifty UI, which further helps in both adding and deleting tags in nodes.
CKEeditor - WYSIWYG HTML editor
This edit module is used for replacing text area fields in Drupal sites. The best part is that this module almost brings word to the web. Its speed adds to its popularity in the respective market. Further, the CKEeditor comes with ready to use buttons and plugins for various purposes. The respective module makes use of certain other modules as its extension and performs the editing task with much ease.
WidgEditor - A WYSIWYG editor
• Easy to install
• Customization as per the task
As mentioned before that Drupal is enriched with numerous edit modules, the above mentioned are a mere part of the whole assortment. Editor Views, Theme Editor, Raptor Editor and many more are there in the editor module collection.