1. Dropdown Breadcrumbs

    This module provides a drop-down breadcrumb block, and a drop-down page title
    block. Each use the active menu trail to build the drop-down menus.

  2. Menu Trail By Path

    Menu Trail by Path allows you to set the active-trail on menu items according to
    the current URL. You can also optionally set the breadcrumb trail to the same.

  3. Add to Cal

    Provides an additional format for the display of date fields so that
    they can be added into an external calendar. The types of calendar
    available are:

  4. On The Web

    This module provides a single block that can show social media icons that link
    to your brand's content located elsewhere on the web such as Twitter, Facebook
    and the like.

  5. Twitter

    The Twitter module provides API integration with the Twitter micro
    blogging service and API-compatible alternatives like Identi.ca.

    Twitter module allows linking to Twitter accounts and listing
    tweets as views.

  6. Block reference

    Defines a field type Block reference which creates a relationship to a block and
    allows the block to be displayed as the content of the field.

  7. HTTP Strict Transport Security

    This module inserts an HTTP Strict Transport Security header into your Backdrop
    site's pages. For more information regarding HTTP Strict Transport Security, see

  8. Token Filter

    This is a very simple module to make Backdrop native token values available in
    text areas via an input filter.

  9. Metatag

    Provide structured metadata, aka "meta tags", for pages on your site.

  10. Image URL Formatter

    This module adds a formatter for an image field, enabling a display or
    a view to output the URL of an image file.

    It is a port to Backdrop of the Drupal module image_url_formatter,
    version 7.x-1.4.

  11. Freezeframe

    Play and pause animated GIFs by hovering over or clicking on them.

  12. Fivestar

    The Fivestar voting module adds a clean, attractive voting widget to nodes and
    comments in Backdrop.

    It features:

  13. Voting API

    VotingAPI is a framework for content voting and rating systems. It does not
    directly provide any voting features to users; instead, it offers a consistent
    API for other module developers to build their voting and rating systems on.

  14. Node Notify

    Introduction

    Node Notify is a lightweight module to allow subscription to comments
    on nodes for registered and anonymous users.

  15. PatchInfo

    CONTENTS OF THIS FILE Introduction Requirements Recommended modules Installation Configuration Maintainers
  16. Simple Piwik Block

    This module provides a configurable Piwik block to to provide Piwik tracking
    code to any of your Layouts.

  17. Wordpress import

    This Drupal module imports a WordPress blog from a WordPress eXtended RSS (WXR)
    format file.

  18. Email Contact Form

    Provides a contact form field formatter for email field type.

  19. Layout Wildcard

    Layout Wildcard
  20. CKeditor autogrow

    This plugin for CKEDitor will provide the 'Auto grow' plugin.

    Requirements

    CKEditor module
    This module was tested with CKEditor 4.1.

  21. CKEditor Mentions

    This plugin for CKEDitor will provide 'Facebook-like' mentioning of people in
    any CKEditor field, including a suggestion box while you type. This is
    triggered by typing an '@' character and at least 2 other characters. Names are

  22. Mentions

    The Mentions module offers Twitter like functionality, recording all references
    to a user's username - using the [@username] or [@#uid] filter format - from
    various locations, providing a centralized page to track all mentions.

  23. Userpoints

    The userpoints module provides the ability for users to gain
    points upon doing certain actions, such as:

  24. Ridiculously Responsive Social Share Buttons

  25. Taxonomy field formatter

    Port of the Drupal 7 module Taxonomy field formatter.

    Module provides a new formatter for "taxonomy term reference" fields to view taxonomy terms as rendered entities.

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