Towards the end of 2021 I had an idea: what if Drupal could expose content in a grid, similar to what users might be used to in database GUIs like Sequel Pro or Sequel Ace? I was able to put together a simple proof of concept, and the Autogrid module was born.
On a timed basis this module will save the current entity form state into browser storage. If an editor returns to a form that has a saved state, they will be given an option to restore that state. When the form is saved normally, any autosaved states will be automatically purged.
One of my early Drupal mentors, Khalid Baheyeldin, used to say that a big part of the value of working with open source software is the freedom to scratch your own itch. And if, as a community, we pool those improvements, we can have free software that's always evolving and getting easier to use.
The Autofill module makes it possible to autofill the values from one textfield to another while typing. Once your field input was customized the autofill functionality will be detached.
Helps to manage toolbar items. You can do following actions.
- Change order of items
- Change label
- Change CSS class names (so you may set different icons)
This modules add extra config to fields that allows you to configure the initial number of items to display for unlimited and multi-values (with cardinality bigger than 1) fields.
This module provides a method for users with the necessary permissions to manually override the results being returned by Search API Solr. They will be able to choose a specific search term, and pick which nodes should be at the top, and also choose to exclude nodes so they will not be shown in the results.
The Multiselect module defines a field widget to be used with the following fields types: List fields (text, float, or integer) or entity reference fields. It allows the user to select multiple items in an easy way. It consists of two lists, one of all available items, the other of selected items. The user can select an item by moving it from the unselected list to the selected list.
In Drupal 8 and newer, you can create form modes which control how the fields are displayed in the edit form of content such as nodes and taxonomy terms.
The "issue" is that you can't actually make use of those form modes from config except for user register and edit forms.
This module allows you: