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

  1. Add another

    Add another is designed to save time during repetitive content creation. It allows the content creator to add another node of the same type much faster. The user interface modifications it provides to achieve this include:

  2. Agenda

    The Agenda module allows you to display a list of upcoming events from
    Google Calendar as a block on your website.

  3. Hopscotch

    Description

    This module provides Backdrop integration with Hopscotch by Linkedin.

  4. Simple Google Maps

    This module is about the simplest way to get a Google Map displayed with your
    content. It simply provides a field formatter for text fields.

  5. Age Formatter

    This module provides a field formatter for integer fields that computes current
    age from year born.

  6. Code Filter

    This is a simple filter module. It handles <code> and <?php ?> tags so that users can post code samples without having to worry about escaping with &lt;

  7. WordPress Menu

    What is WordPress Menu
  8. Date Tools

    The Date Tools project provides tools to import and auto-create
    dates and calendars. It supplements the core module Date.

    This module is a port to Backdrop of one part of the Drupal project 'Date'.

  9. Nivo Slider

    Nivo Slider provides an easy and eye-catching way to showcase featured content.

  10. Insert view

    Initial port of drupal.org/project/insert_view to Backdrop.

    Insert view filter allows to embed views using tags. The tag syntax is
    relatively simple: [view:name=display=args]. The parameters are: view name, view

  11. Font Awesome

    FONT AWESOME

    A simple module to include Font Awesome icons via CSS classes for usage in your website.

  12. Flexviews

    FlexViews

    Provides a Views plugin helper for displaying content from Views module in a CSS3 flexbox style

  13. Elements

    ELEMENTS

    If you are looking for "HTML5 form elements" to help mobile users with their input, you are looking for this module.

  14. ShareThis

    This module provides integration with the ShareThis social bookmarking utility.
    It places social media icons or count bubbles on specified pages of your site.

  15. Setup

    The Setup module adds the ability to have scripted, setup wizards which are run
    automatically on the first access of a completed or upgraded site.

  16. Fanciblock

    DESCRIPTION

    Fanciblock module can be used to create image and icon feature boxes.

  17. YouTube Field

    The YouTube field module provides a simple field that allows you to add a
    YouTube video to a content type, user, or any entity.

    Display types include:

  18. Form Wizard

    An API to make multi-step forms much easier.
    Port of Drupal CTools' Wizard plugin.

  19. API

    Generates and displays API documentation pages.

  20. Form block

    Enables the presentation of user registration, site wide contact, or node creation forms in blocks.

  21. 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
  22. Basic Cart

    Basic cart is a very simple shopping cart/checkout process for Backdrop, that
    just sends 2 emails after each order. Along with the shopping cart, this module
    also provides a block where you can view your cart's content.

  23. Disqus

    DISQUS is a third-party comments platform that helps you build an active community from your website's audience. It has awesome features, powerful tools, and it's easy to install.

    Display recent comments, popular threads, and other widgets in blocks

  24. Parallax Background

    This a simple module that allows you to set a vertical parallax effect on the background of any element on the DOM.

    You may have seen this technique in the "single page" websites that are often step based marketing pages for an event, company services or a new product.

  25. Scroll Reveal

    A simple way to create and maintain how elements fade in, triggered when they enter the viewport. An open-source experiment from @JulianLloyd.

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