Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
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This module adds crucial property called "depth" which indicates the term depth with a value 1, 2, 3 and further if needed. It automatically changes taxonomy term depth on save or update. Also there is a batch to automatically calculate and set all term depths if you are installing this on existing project.
Better integration with Views: field, filter, sort
This is now in beta state so it is for code usage only. Please create issues, argue with me, tell your ideas and of course PATCHES ARE WELCOME!
This module provides integration between Drupal and Iubenda.
This module provides a way to grant access to specific files for a limited period of time to anonymous users. The generated links are protected by a HMAC, i.e. a long string which is not likely to be guessed by an attacker.
Unlike private files delivered by Drupal core, downloads provided by this module are cacheable and also support HTTP cache revalidation. This makes it possible to efficiently serve assets to mobile applications while still maintaining some access restrictions.
This module provides integration with the Stellar.js library. By default, it loads and initializes the Stellar object, but included are submodules that add additional functionality, like Stellar Blocks. The current roadmap includes a Stellar Field Formatter as well.
The Drupal 7 user cancellation workflow is fairly inflexible - it requires an email to be sent to the user, and the user must then log in (if they remember their login information) and then click the email link.
The default workflow is not appropriate for every site.
If this module is enabled, the email is not sent, and the account is deleted immediately.
For content translation Drupal 8 replaces node translation by entity / field translation. That's a big difference regarding entity (formerly node) revisions. While Drupal 7 provided separate revisions per translation, Drupal 8 now "shares" a single revision across all translations. If you simply revert a revision, all translations will be reverted to this revisions. It's impossible to revert a single translations anymore.
Provides a simple interface to automatically purge Acquia Cloud Varnish Caches when a node or a term is updated, using the Acquia Cloud API.
YOU SHOULD NOT BE USING THIS MODULE
Instead, use the Acquia Purge module available @ https://www.drupal.org/project/acquia_purge for all your varnish purging needs. Use this module only if you understand what you are doing.
Using this module you will be able to select the image cropping portion for selected image styles. So the front end will use that specific cropped image without loosing the important area of the image. The default image cropping will not provide you the option to specify the portion of the image, using this module you could select during the each image upload for any specific image styles.