1. Hightlight.js WYSIWYG Integration

    Adds a shortcode integration for using Highlight.js in the WYSIWYG editor.

  2. GDPR Cookies

    NB This is a renamed port of the Drupal module blizz_vanisher.

    This module aims to help site administrators follow the guidelines of
    the "General Data Protection Regulation" (GDPR) regarding user
    tracking and integration of third party content.

  3. Webform CiviCRM Integration

    Webform CiviCRM is a powerful, flexible, user-friendly form builder for CiviCRM.

  4. Mail System

    Provides an Administrative UI and Developers API for managing the mail backend/plugin.

  5. Notify

    This is a port to Backdrop of the Drupal project version 7.x-1.3.

    Notify module sends e-mail digests of new content and comments.

  6. FullCalendar

    Provides a Views display, style and row plugin for displaying nodes using Adam
    Shaw's FullCalendar jQuery plugin, which is
    bundled within the module.

  7. Structured data markup

    This module adds JSON-LD to the HEAD tag of your site.

  8. Google CSE

  9. Scroll Reveal

  10. XML sitemap

    Adds a configurable XML sitemap that conforms to the sitemaps.org specification.

  11. Ubercart

    Ubercart is a set of modules designed to allow you to run a store on your Backdrop
    site. Development has been driven by two major emphases: flexibility and
    usability.

  12. Override node options

    Allows granular permissions for most administrative tasks on the node form.

  13. Feeds

    An import and aggregation framework for Backdrop.

  14. Rules

    This module is an incomplete port to Backdrop of the Drupal
    contributed module Rules version 7.x-2.9

    The Rules module allows site administrators to define conditionally executed
    actions based on occurring events (known as reactive or ECA rules).

  15. Maillog / Mail Developer

    Maillog

    The Maillog module provides a method of keeping archival copies of all emails
    sent through the site. It can also, optionally, display a copy of the email

  16. Language Switcher Dropdown

    Language Switcher Dropdown enhances the core Language Switcher block by
    displaying it as a dropdown menu. It also adds block settings that let you:

  17. Profile

    Supports configurable user profiles.

  18. SMTP Authentication Support

    Send (authenticated) email through external SMTP servers.

    This module allows your site to bypass the PHP mail() function and send email directly to an SMTP server. The module supports SMTP authentication and can even connect to servers using SSL if supported by PHP.

  19. Featherlight

    Featherlight is a very lightweight jQuery lightbox plugin. It is responsive, has
    the ability to display captions with images, and can display multiple images in
    a slideshow-like gallery.

  20. Select (or other)

    Installation Copy select_or_other folder to modules directory.
    Usually /modules At admin/build/modules enable the Select (or other) module.
  21. Match Redirect

    Match Redirect

    This module provides redirecting based on path patterns with wildcards. This
    functions much like how block page visibility works. You specify a pattern like

  22. Font Awesome

    This module allows including Font Awesome icons via CSS classes in your website.
    It loads the Font Awesome CSS file via a CDN to reduce server load.

    You can use Font Awesome icons in your own module/theme with the following code:

  23. Views Menu Support

    Views Menu Support provides a Views filter handler and a default argument
    plugin, allowing for filtering on currently active menu item(s). You can filter
    on the current item, the whole active menu trail, or the menu trail excluding
    the current item.

  24. Comment Notify

    Mail registered and anonymous users about comment follow-ups Allow users to unsubscribe from notifications on a specific post with a single click Allow registered users to preset their follow-up setting in their profile
  25. Web components

    This family of modules is intended to replace our reliance on the Backdrop theme system by instead routing as much as possible through webcomponent architecture. We currently support polymer based elements but it would be easy enough to find and implement others

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