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This module provides a tiny Views sort handler which floats entities owned by the current user (content you've authored, for example) to the top of the results. Works with any entity type that defines the uid key.
This module aims to cover basic need with embedding forms into a site via entity_embed, incorporating
OptionEmailtem -> gives you an opportunity to create a field with Options, tied to emails for sending out submissions to addition for main contact form setting
Markup item - for adding simple HTML to your forms
States - List of US and Canada states
A module for those who need their Entity Reference Exposed Filters to have titles in Select Lists.
Latest release of Drupal 8.x.
Set up a Entity Reference Node Relationship (A "Content referenced from .." relationship) in a view.
Add the "Entity Reference Exposed Filters Node Titles" filter.
Set the sort options.
You will now have an exposed filter with referenced node titles.
Animate Slider module integrates the Animate Slider with Drupal 8. A jQuery Slider plugin with specific animations effects for each element.
First you create new folder either in the sites/all/modules folder or just directly in the modules folder at the Drupal root. The good news is that you can move the folder even after, enabled. No more need to rebuild the registry. You can thanks the clever autoloading capability of Drupal 8.
A field formatter for entity reference fields targetting views that embeds the view when entity is viewed. 2 arguments are passed into the view as contextual filters, 1.) Entity id of the parent entity and 2.) a custom string value.
While there are a number of modules that allow you to generate a menu based on Views results, there don't seem to be choices for people who want to go the other direction: filtering a View based on the menu status of the entities it otherwise returns.
The goal of this module is to provide two such filters: