Modules can add new features to your Backdrop site, or improve the way your existing features currently work.

  1. Block Disabler

    Allows admins to hide blocks without removing from the layout.

  2. View Mode Selector

    View Mode Selector creates a new field type called View mode selector which
    will override the view mode of an entity.

  3. External Links

    The External Links module is a very simple approach to adding icons to links
    to external websites or e-mail addresses. It is a purely JavaScript
    implementation, so the icons are only shown to users that have JavaScript
    enabled.

  4. Previous login

    Add a detective security control to Backdrop by displaying the previous login timestamp after a successful login.

  5. GitHub API

    #GitHubapi - GitHub API integration module
    This module provide API and settings to connect your website with your GitHub organisations and repositories via GitHub API and GitHub Application.

  6. robots.txt

    Control the contents of your robots.txt file through Backdrop configuration.

  7. Session expire

    Deletes user sessions which have been idle longer than a configured time.

    On busy sites, the sessions table can grow to be very large, and that can cause slow accesses to it, as well as slow writes due to locking, leading to performance bottlenecks.

  8. Session limit

    Limit the number of simultaneous sessions users may have. Limits can be applied by role and per account.

    Force users to log out of any extra sessions after they exceed the administrator-defined maximum.

  9. Site verification

    Verify ownership of your Backdrop website to search engine services.

    Supported vendors are:

  10. Ejector Seat

    Use Javascript (ajax) code to check periodically to see if a user is still logged in. If the user is NOT logged in, the current page is reloaded so that the user sees the page as an anonymous user.

  11. Bot repellent

    Add the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header to instruct search index bots on permissible activity.

  12. Project

    This is a suite of modules used on BackdropCMS.org to provide listings of
    projects such as modules, themes, and layouts. The base module simply
    provides the ability to mark certain content types as "projects". Additional

  13. Bad judgement

    Trust me. You shouldn't be enabling this module.

    But if you do enable this module, you shouldn't be enabling the module that
    requires this module either.

  14. Print using mPDF

    Converts a HTML page to PDF using mPDF PHP Library.
    It allows you to generate the following pdf documents of any node:

    www.example.com/node/nid/pdf

    where nid is the node id of content to render.

  15. Paranoia

    Impose additional restrictions on the granting of elevated privileges to anonymous and authenticated user roles.

  16. FlexSlider

    Integrates the FlexSlider responsive slideshow library with Backdrop CMS.

  17. Member for hack

    Alter the creation date on a user profile that is used for displaying the "Member for" time period.

    Suggested altered creation dates:

  18. Text sitemap

    Creates a virtual sitemap.txt file for indexing by search engines.

  19. Expander

    This module is a port to Backdrop of the Drupal contributed module
    'jQuery Expander' version 7.x-1.0.

  20. Webform Select2

    #Webform Select2

    This module adds select2 widget to all select elements in a webform.

  21. Simple Mail System

    Simple Mail System provides a means for updating the mail system
    configuration variables.

    Normally a contributed module that needs to be able to send
    email, for example Views Send, will set its required values
    in the core config file system.mail.json.

  22. Views Slideshow: Cycle2

    This module provides a jQuery Cycle2 slideshow plugin for Views Slideshow,
    heavily based on Views Slideshow: Cycle (bundled with Views Slideshow).
    Modifications have been made to interface with some basic options of Cycle2,

  23. Honeypot

    Honeypot uses both the honeypot and timestamp methods of deterring spam bots
    from completing forms on your Backdrop site. These methods are effective against
    many spam bots, and are not as intrusive as CAPTCHAs or other methods which
    punish the user.

  24. Disable login errors

    Prevent user enumeration by blocking the display of all login error messages. A user attempting to login will not be aware if the account exists, an invalid user name or password has been submitted, or if the account is blocked.

    Some of the messages which are hidden include:

  25. Stripe API

    This module provides a simple abstraction to use the Stripe PHP SDK. This
    module is designed to be required by other contrib/custom modules.

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