Text - Defines simple text field types.

The Text module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the Text module can be used to define simple text field types.

Telephone: Defines a field type for telephone numbers

The Telephone module allows you to create fields that contain telephone numbers.

It depends on the Field and the Field UI modules.

As with other fields a telephone field can be added to any bundle. This means you can add a telephone field to a user, a content type (news, event) or custom block.

Drupal versions

Telephone is included in Drupal 8 but a Telephone backport for Drupal 7 exisits

Options: Defines selection, check box and radio button widgets for text and numeric fields

In Drupal 8 and later, the Options module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the Options module defines selection, check box and radio button widgets for text and numeric fields.

Options provides a number of hooks:

hook_options_list returns the list of options to be displayed for a field. Field types willing to enable one or several of the widgets defined in options.module (select, radios/checkboxes, on/off checkbox) need to
implement this hook to specify the list of options to display in the widgets.

Parameters

  • $field: The field definition.
  • $instance: The instance definition. It is recommended to only use instance level properties to filter out values from a list defined by field level properties.
  • $entity: The entity object the field is attached to.
  • @return: The array of options for the field. Array keys are the values to be stored, and should be of the data type (string, number...) expected by the first 'column' for the field type. Array values are the labels to display within the widgets. The labels should NOT be sanitized, options.module takes care of sanitation according to the needs of each widget. The HTML tags defined in _field_filter_xss_allowed_tags() are allowed, other tags will be filtered.

Custom Menu Links - Enables users to create menu links.

The Custom Menu Links module allows users to create menu links.

It is used in combination with the Menu module to create navigation in Drupal.

The Custom Menu Links was introduced in Drupal 8.

Link: Defines simple link field types

The Link module is included in Drupal core. When enabled, the Link module defines simple link field types.

Dependencies

  • Field

Uses

Users can:

  • Information Needed

Site administrators can:

  • Information Needed

Issue Queue for 8.x
http://drupal.org/project/issues/drupal?version=8.x&component=link.module

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.

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