Internationalization Path Translation

Motivation
Have you ever wondered how to translate the paths of pages created by page manager, for example?
Let's suppose we have a scenario with a multilingual website and we create our events/!city page in English using page manager and now we need to translate the path to Portuguese.
Now it's possible to create those paths by going to admin/config/regional/i18n_translation/path and using * as wildcards.
You simply have to add events/* on the English version and add eventos/* on the Portuguese, for example!

URL patterns special chars

It parses the URL and if it finds a potential encoded query string it tries to go there. It means that in URL alias patterns we can now use "url?key=[term]".

Check Link

This module is intended to solve a very simple problem: if you have "secured" pages to which you want to link, but a user is not logged in, the menu will hide it. If you point a user to user/login?destination=the-page, the link will disappear for logged in users.

Point your users to checklink?destination=the-page to allow the link to show, but redirect users appropriately.

Path unicode2ascii

Convert path strings Unicode to ASCII.

Administration Language Negotiation

This module allows the users to browse particular pages in a specific language.
The classical use case is to allow displaying the frontend of the site in one language and still keep most of the backend in English (or another language of your choice), but it can have other usages.

Font Awesome Menu Icons

Dependencies

Font Awesome Icon Picker library should be here:

/libraries/fontawesome-iconpicker
├── /dist
├── /package.json

Pages

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