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Show Node Aliases module enables privileged users to see, edit and delete all url aliases (paths) assigned to a node, from within the node edit page.
There may be cases when multiple aliases are created and assigned to the same page. It may not be clear for site administrators since Path module only shows one of the aliases on the node edit page. This module will show all of them and allow administrator to edit/delete those that are not needed.
What is it for?
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Example: to install the measurement service Google Analytics, simply click 'Google Analytics' in the setting page, enter the UA-XXXXX id and validate. The script is now injected in the site and the consent is managed!
"Structured data markup" is a standard way to annotate your content so machines can understand it. When your web pages include structured data markup, Google (and other search engines) can use that data to index your content better, present it more prominently in search results, and surface it in new experiences like Google Now and Siri.
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Is short for Drush Assign Author Nodes to Another Author
This was created in the even that you bulk delete a user from a bunch of sites (say an employee that no longer works for you). You can run drush ucan which will remove the user from the system and give all their content to anonymous. Well, there's no good way of assigning those nodes to someone else via drush.
This is a simple module to report which custom content types exist, and the count of usage for each one.
I built this module to help me know which content types are in use on a site. I find it useful when comparing production sites to their staging and dev versions.
It can be displayed as a standalone page (admin/reports/nodes) or as a block. I like to put it in the right column of Dashboard. There are columns for the type (machine name), the human-friendly name, and the count of instances of each type. Each column head is click-sortable.
This module provides UI for building and sending custom queries to Apache Solr.
In some situations you may not have access to the Solr admin interface and Solr Query Builder can help you send and debug your queries in this case.
This is the porting to Drupal of Divas Cookies jquery script by Coding Diva
Divas Cookies is:
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for jQuery, WordPress and Prestashop
The purpose of this module is to enable push notifications to mobile devices via the Parse service. It is intended to be configurable with a set of its own rules (not part of the Rules module) so that notifications can be sent based on actions and roles.
This module provides the user the flexibility to present their images in a more attractive and modern way in front of the viewers. It just modifies the views of the images in place of a list to a circular slider which the user can slide upon to have a nice view of the images. The slider can be used with as many images one likes but gives the best result when the picture size is greater or equal to 350pixels * 350 pixels.
A views plugin that allows site administrators to create views of beans rendered by the bean view mode. Beans come with a view mode option on their bean edit page by default. Why not have a views plugin that renders the bean by this setting? Useful for creating views of beans with differing view modes.
Hawk is an HTTP authentication scheme using a message authentication code (MAC) algorithm to provide partial HTTP request cryptographic verification. This module implements Hawk authentication protocol for Drupal giving an alternative schema for authentication other than Basic Auth and Cookie which come by default with Drupal.