History: Records which user has read which content

In Drupal 8 and later, the History module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the History module records which user has read which content.

This only applies to authenticated users. Entities older than 1 month will always be shown as "read".

There is no UI provided, but history data is exposed to the Views module. You can add history data as a field to show "new" or "updated" node marks. You can also use a filter to only show content that is new or updated.

ARCHIVE: Layout - Manages page layouts for content presentation.

Up until Drupal 7, the Layout module was included in Drupal core. When enabled, the Layout module manages page layouts for content presentation.

In Drupal 8 and later, the Layout module has been removed from Drupal core. For more information, see the change notice at https://drupal.org/node/1813372

Language - Add language handling functionality to Drupal

In Drupal 8 and later, the Language module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the Language module can be used to add language handling functionality to Drupal.

The Language module allows you to maintain a list of languages used on your Drupal site for providing language information for content and for interface translation (using the Locale module).

HAL: Serialization using the Hypertext Application Language

The HAL module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the HAL module serializes entities using HAL (Hypertext Application Language).

What is it?

For general information about the language, see the informal or formal (06) HAL specification.

Enable in-place content editing for fields.

When enabled, the Quick Edit module (formerly called Edit module) provides in-place content editing functionality for fields.

Rather than having to visit a separate page to edit content, it may be edited in-place. Technically, this module adds classes and data- attributes to fields and entities, enabling them for in-place editing.

Editor

The Editor module is included in Drupal 8 core.

The Text Editor module provides a framework to extend the user interface on text fields that allow HTML input. Without Text Editor module, fields accept only text where formatting must be typed manually, such as entering a <strong> tag to make text bold or an <em> tag to italicize text. The Text Editor module allows these fields to be enhanced with rich text editors (WYSIWYGs) or toolbars, which make entering and formatting content easier.

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