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Shooting Score defines a special field type for storing shooting scores that consist of points and bullseyes (e.g. 98.4).
Shooting scores are stored in the database as separate 'points' and 'bullseyes' values which means they can be used individually for sorting views (e.g. sort scores by points, then bullseyes). Also, shooting score fields can be displayed as either the combined score (98.4), just the points (98) or just the bullseyes (4).
Field Defaults allows batch updating of default field values to existing content. When adding a new field to an entity you can update all existing content with the default value or when editing an existing field you can choose to also update all existing content with the new value.
Provides pluggable integration to the Apache Stanbol'sEnhancer plugin. All entities text fields could be sent for processing to the Stanbol Enhancer and the retrieved information could be saved to the previously selected fields on the entities.
The module provides support to dynamically process and map the retrieved information from the Stanbol Enhancer, check the stanbol_enhancer.api.php .
The Apache Solr Entityreference Content module allows content stored within a referenced entity to be indexed with the parent (host) entity for search with Apache Solr.
The Apache Solr module does already provide support for entityreference fields, but only indexes the id of the referenced entity. This module extends that support by indexing the content contained within the referenced entities.
This module will help you maintain a library of content upgrades. You can then select one for a particular article (or other node type), which will be displayed at the bottom of the article. Readers can "upgrade" by asking for the additional content to be sent to them via email. Upgraded content could be a PDF, email course, cheatsheet etc.
This module enables the CodeSnippet plugin from CKEditor.com in your WYSIWYG. It includes the highlightjs library and all available styles for it. If you've ever wanted to drop code examples in your Drupal content and have it highlighted in a pretty format, this is for you. This project is available for Drupal 7 as WYSIWYG CodeSnippet. Since that project relies on WYSIWYG module, and this one only requires D8 core, it made sense to rename it.
Drupal 8 ships with CKEditor 4.5.x, so it depends on the ckeditor module from core.
The Field CSS module provides a field (which can then be added to any entity type) that accepts css, does minimal processing and then adds the css to the entity display.
It provides options to namespace any of the css declarations.
It provides two widgets, one that allows for structured entering of the CSS with the selector and the style in different fields, and a free form widget where all of the css can be entered in one large text area.
XPath Content Importer is in development stage. The module focuses on importing or extraction of data from external URL based on XPath query. Basically all the fields of content type is firstly mapped to the corresponding XPath's followed by verification of the xpaths on external URL. If correct extraction takes place, user will have to provide all the url's to extract data and create node for each url provided.
IMPORTANT : Currently XPath Module supports only textfields.