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Selective Tweets makes it possible to add Twitter timelines and Twitter tweets to a Drupal website. When enabled, a new block type is available which displays Twitter feeds with a certain filter applied to it. The tweets are either rendered as embedded tweets or as raw HTML, which lets you style them as wished.
This module provides an advanced Entity Reference widget. To use it, create an entity reference field, set it to use an autocomplete (embed) widget, and in the field instance settings select a view mode (e.g. teaser) to use. Now when you select an entity to reference and click on "Add item" button, you should see a preview of the referenced entity in the selected view mode. Also, this widget provides "Remove" button against each field (Drupal does not facilitate to remove these fields after you have added).
The Europass module collects field values from one or more entity bundles and uses the API provided as web-services exposed by the Europass Interoperability in order to allow users to download the formatted Europass Curriculum Vitae. The module allows users to download the Curriculum Vitae as .pdf, .doc or .odt but exposes an API that allows developers to provide additional output formats.
Normally a user gets login by login box containing user name and user password.
Now this module tries to login an user by providing content url which is
This module is useful when you want to provide demonstration of site to new user
and you do not want them to perform provide user name and password and then
enter into the website for walk thorugh of the site.
By encrypted url of the content user will be able to go to the content and he
will be able to logged into the application without any authentication.
Integrates jQuery oEmbed All, which allows you to automatically embed Tweets, Facebook posts, and other oEmbed content anywhere on a site simply by posting a link.
Configuration consists of one step- setting the selector to which to apply jQuery oEmbed All. This allows you to whitelist or blacklist certain types of content (for instance, only applying jQuery oEmbed All to links in articles that do not have a 'no-embed' class).