Social Media Channel Feed

Global Configuration

Social Channel Feed

The Social channel feed module allows user to fetch feeds/data from their different social channels. User can fetch feeds from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, Instagram. Feeds data can display in page or in block configuration. User can set separate block for each social media channel.
Social media feed module user can get better experience of error handing and exception handling. Better use of Drupal 8 caching system, page load is faster after enabling the cache from social media feed global configuration.

Media entity CARTO

CARTO integration for Media entity module.

Allows end users to store references to CARTO maps in Media entities and provides a formatter to embed those maps easily in a Drupal site.

Related Modules

To generate your CARTO maps from the data stored in your Drupal site, you can use the CARTO Sync module.

Animal Shelter Manager

This module provides read-only integration with Animal Shelter Manager

Initial work is to provide a way for Drupal to display lists of adoptable animals from Animal Shelter Manager.

Ace Field Widget

Project Description

This module provides an Ace code editor widget for text fields.

Ace is a code editor written in JavaScript, allowing you to edit HTML, PHP and JavaScript (and more) in a very natural way. It provides syntax highlighting, proper indentation, keyboard shortcuts, auto-completion, code folding, find and replace (including regular expressions). Learn more about Ace or try a demo.

Cision Block


This module is providing a custom block which can be placed in any region and configured to display a certain number of items from the specified cision feed source.

Linkback semantic

This module is inspired by and will do these things:
Creates a new field called semantic type in linkback entity. If the linkback has fetched some metainfo and has some microformats semantics such as:
Will include it in the new field semantic type. This way you can create views grouping by semantic type.


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