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Media CKEditor

Media CKEditor provides a bridge between Media and the stand-alone CKEditor module, allowing files to be embedded within a textarea using the media browser.


WYSIWYG Content Lock

Allows you to designate some areas within a textarea to be protected from interference by WYSIWYG editors.

This could theoretically be used to prevent users from messing up carefully constructed layouts.
It provides a new WYSIWYG button "Lock" which allows editors to click on given divs or paragraphs and lock or unlock them.

But really it's just an experiment and demo module for a small WYSIWYG_API + CKEditor plugin.
This will probably never be any more than a sandbox - unless someone can think of a use for it.

Bible Filter

What does this module do?
This Module depends on the Bible module. The filter search the node text for Bible links (for example Gen. 1:1) and convert them to urls to that verse of the Bible. It will also show the verse(s) of the reference.

WYSIWYG CKEditor Plugins

When using the WYSIWYG module with CKEditor, this module lets you specify arbitrary CKEditor plugins that can be recognised by WYSIWYG.


There are quite a few Drupal modules out there exist as shims to allow CKEditor plugins to be recognised by WYSIWYG's CKEditor interface. A good example of this is WYSIWYG Abbreviation, which supports one CKEditor plugin (that happens to be built into that module), and does it really well.

Concept Recommender Service (a.k.a Xowl Semantic Service)

Content enrichment using Xowl service

Ximdex Platform allow you to aggregate, edit, normalize, identify named entities, enrich content, transform, expand, retrieve, and publish data, from both structured and unstructured sources. You will be able to pull relevant information, share it, analyze it, and visualize it. See our demos at Ximdex Demo

Furthermore we have developed some clients for most popular cms platforms to consume our services. In this case for Drupal.


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