Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
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Media Search is still in planning stage. The idea is to have 1 module that renders a new tab on the Media browser popup. Other provider modules could hook into this and offer search functionality that Media Search can use to search and render results.
The formatter settings are as available in a file display in a view mode. The formatted file effectively uses a dynamically configured view mode where the formatter is used. This allows Media functionality to be used outside of a file view mode.
Since this module implements a field formatter, some places this can be used include content display, view fields (Views), and panel displays (Panels).
A photomosaic is also known as a photographic mosaic, a portmanteau of photo and mosaic, is a photograph that has been divided into (usually equal sized) rectangular sections, each of which is replaced with another photograph that matches the target photo. When viewed at low magnifications, the individual pixels appear as the primary image, while close examination reveals that the image is in fact made up of many hundreds or thousands of smaller images.
Provides a field formatter for image fields that allows configuration of specific image styles (or none) to apply to images at specific breakpoints, and renders field in such a way that only the appropriate styled image will load for the active breakpoint, or no image will load at all if a style is not selected for the current/active breakpoint.
Allow you add html5 video.
After activate module you can see new field "Content: Video link". If you adding this fied to your content type you can put some link to your video files and at the page you see html5 video or flash fallback at the IE 7/8 (in future).
User will have a panel to administrate the Facebook publish setting,
This panel will contain all the content type that an authenticated user could create.
The user can select wich content type will be directly published to Facebook after he add any content type fields for publish to facebook.
On every content page we want to have a check-box to publish on Facebook. This check-box will be checked if the user has checked the content type from the administration page
This simple module adds code to allow a Media button to be added to the BUEditor.
To get this to work, activate this module then go to admin/config/content/bueditor and edit your chosen editor profile. Add a button (or edit the existing image button) to use the following code js: Drupal.media.BUE.insertMedia(E);");
Media Clone extends the Media module to allow for cloning media elements from one node to another. A new tab appears in the media browser when you "Select Media" on the edit page of a given node. This new tab allows you to quickly search for any node on the site, and clone all of its media content directly to the node being edited.
This module adds a required URL token to the Media module's media browser, for the purpose of discouraging unauthorized use.
This module does not actually provide security, only a deterrent.
The idea is simply that on some sites, you may need to give unprivileged users (for example, even anonymous users) access to the media browser to add files to a particular file field when creating content. However, you do not necessarily want to make it easy for these users to add files outside the context of that field, where the files may go unnoticed or unreviewed. Therefore, this module simply adds a time-based URL token to media browser links within your Drupal site, which will allow access to the browser when visited via a link, but deny access if you attempt to visit the media/browser URL directly.
To emphasize once again, this technique cannot provide actual security; a determined user could still find the token and use it to manually add a file to the site outside of the intended workflow. However, it does make it a bit harder for random unprivileged users to come by and attempt to use your site as an open file server.