Configuration source

This module extends the Configuration Synchronization user interface with a form to select the source of the configuration to synchronize with.

The core user interface only has the ability to compare with the default sync directory. But it is possible to define any number of other source directories in the settings.php, so this module makes it possible to compare changes between those directories and the active configuration, and to import those changes.

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Better relative date

This module provides a relative date formatter which is better than Views' time ago formatter. The main problem with the time ago formatter is that it allows to set the number of units, but not the minimum granularity.
For example of you choose to display two units you will get values like 'in 2 weeks and 2 days', but also 'in 1 minute and 12 seconds'.
For two events on the same day you will also get different values like 'in 3 hours' and 'in 5 hours', making it difficult to group appointsments by day.

Hubspot Form Entity

Creates a content type that allows the quick creation of Hubspot Embedded forms

First Paragraph

First Paragraph provides a field formatter for body-style fields which allows only the first paragraph of text.

The core 'trim' functionality can lead to unpredictable teasers and truncated text. This module allows editorial users to know that whatever they set as their first paragraph, that is what will come out on the teaser listing.

This also avoids editors having to split the body into two fields.

This module was sponsored by Full Fat Things.

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CKEditor Social Media Embed

This module integrates the CKEditor Media Embed plugin (http://ckeditor.com/addon/embed).

The plugin introduces a widget that allows you to embed resources (videos, images, tweets, etc.) hosted by other services (called the "content providers") in your content. By default the plugin uses the Iframely proxy service which supports over 1715 content providers such as YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter, Instagram, Imgur, GitHub, or Google Maps.

Sweet Alert

sweet alert

Integrates the SweetAlert plugin to act as a modern replacement for JavaScript's alert.

Third Party Dependencies

- SweetAlert (https://github.com/t4t5/sweetalert)

Installation

- Download the SweetAlert library and unzip it to /libraries/sweetalert
- Enable the SweetAlert module
- Clear all cache, the status report page should indicate both libraries are included successfully

The libraries path is in your Drupal root, outside of /core. Do not place it in /core.

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