While most content display modules are definitely useful for customizing your node and content displays, with or without Views integration, sometimes a more straight-forward method is to use the second option especially if you are using a Bootstrap-driven theme and coding, and customizing your template (TPL) files is not an option.

Useful Drupal 7 Content Display modules

Modules that are helpful, but might be challenging and complex to set-up for the uninitiated:

If for some reason, sending messages thru Webforms for example Contact Us forms does not yield a message in HTML format but in simple text format only, the following modules may be useful:

HTML Mail

Lets you theme your messages the same way you theme the rest of your website.

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Mime Mail

It permits users to receive HTML email and can be used by other modules. The mail functionality accepts an HTML message body, mime-endcodes it and sends it.

Scenario: You have a Views page or block that needs to display contents which are grouped or categorized/classified by a taxonomy term. In my case I have a list of contents (content type sponsors) that needs to be grouped and displayed in this order: Major Sponsors, Partners, Sponsors. For example in above screenshot.

In some instances, you may want to restrict your views page (in this case to permit only selected roles to view contents categorized in certain taxonomy terms). You also, however, will want some text available and viewable publicly on the same Views URL or page. To do this, you may follow these simple steps.

As of Drupal Media module version 2 and 3, there are a lot of modules, contributed or custom which have yet to upgrade its code to complement with Media's major overhaul. Notably, this error I kept encountering with Drupal 7 projects:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function media_include_browser_js() in

To troubleshoot and fix this:

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Use Taxonomy Term Google Maps module to get a Google Map from fields using Taxonomy Terms. It simply provides an option to select the terms defined under each vocabulary. This just uses Google APIs. The APIs return the geometry.location of term title and marking its position on Google map

Scenario / Useful if you have:

There are a lot of grid modules for Views in Drupal 7. Below are some of the views grid modules for Drupal 7 that works well out of the box, at with some configurations as required. Listed are some some challenges and best features for the following grid modules:

Use case: 

TVI to use customized View display generated from the Taxonomy term (Content) template

Issues: 

Off the box from the template Taxonomy term (Content), without additional contextual filters and relationships, the View does not seem to output or work properly when using any of the following:

BX Slideshow
FlexSlider
Grid
Jump menu
Slideshow
Superhero Portfolio
Table

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