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Get started with Quant and Drupal

Quant supports Drupal versions 7, 8, 9, and 10. The codebases are maintained in GitHub and are synced to the QuantCDN project when releases are created. As such, the repo can lag behind the GitHub repo slightly. Issues, feature requests, and pull requests can be raised in GitHub or


  1. Download the Quant module via or:
  • Drupal 7: Drush (drush dl quantcdn)
  • Drupal 8, 9, 10: Composer (composer require drupal/quantcdn)
  1. Install the module (drush en quant) which will also install the quant_api submodule.
  2. Recommended: For better performance, update your settings.php file with:
$settings['queue_service_quant_seed_worker'] = 'quant.queue_factory';
  1. Visit the Configuration > Quant admin page:
  • Drupal 7: /admin/config/services/quant
  • Drupal 8, 9, 10: /admin/config/quant
  1. Ensure "Track content changes" is enabled, and you have all entities enabled that should be automatically pushed to Quant when changes are made.
  2. Set your "Webserver URL" to the local webserver loopback address (e.g. http://localhost). Note, this usually starts with http rather than https.
  3. Set your website domain as the "HTTP Host header" (e.g.
  4. Check other options on the main configuration page to see if there are other settings you want to update.
  5. Navigate to the "API" tab and enter your endpoint, organization, project, and token details. These can be found on the Integrations page in the Quant Dashboard.
  6. After filling in your API details, you should see a "Successfully connected to ..." message at to the top of the page. If not, check your "API" tab details and compare them against the information on the Integrations page in the Dashboard and update as needed.
  7. If you are still experiencing issues, create a support ticket, so we can help you get set up.


If you are using the Drupal Shield module (or have other basic authentication enabled on your webserver), then ensure you pass in the username and password in the "Webserver URL" field.

For example if you have username, user, and password, pass, then the Webserver URL value may look like this: