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Module Information


Example: Video Embed for YouTube/Vimeo


Use upper and lowercase, like this: TextformatterVideoEmbed
For admin themes or site profiles, make this the same as the title, but with no spaces.


Example: you@company.com


A short description of what this module does (max 1 paragraph). No markup or links.
You can enter a detailed description later if you want to.


Example: 1.0.2
If your project is hosted at GitHub, this version number will be automatically kept up-to-date (once per day, or whenever you submit this form).

Should be safe for use in production environments.
Close to stable, but users are advised to be cautious and test thoroughly.
Non-stable. Not yet intended for use in production environments.
State reserved for modules pending deletion at author's request.

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Core modules are those already included with the ProcessWire core, but not necessarily installed. Most modules listed here can be installed by going to the modules screen and clicking "install" next to the module name.
Modules that have more to do with assisting development of a site rather than managing its content.
Fieldtype modules that represent a data type used by fields.
A module that extends FileValidatorModule to provide validation of a specific file type.
Modules that work with importing or exporting data.
Inputfield modules that provide a UI input widget in the ProcessWire admin.
Modules involved in providing multi-language support.
A full language definition for the ProcessWire admin, used by ProcessWire's Language Support modules.
Modules that maintain activity logs or monitor and report activity in some form or another.
Markup modules that are called upon to generate or parse markup (like HTML). Markup modules are most often used on the front-end of a site (rather than admin).
Modules that perform some function related to media such as photos and audio/video.
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Modules designed to help site accessibility, standards compliance and SEO.
A site profile represents a full ProcessWire site ready to be installed.
Modules that provide or work with social networking services and/or external feeds.
Textformatter modules that provide run-time formatting for blocks of text (typically used with Text/Textarea fields).
Modules that have a unique purpose not covered by existing categories.
Modules dealing with access in ProcessWire via Users, Roles or Permissions.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Module URLs

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Example: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/TextformatterTextile


Example: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/TextformatterTextile/zipball/master


Example: http://processwire.com/talk/topic/646-module-textile-text-formatter/

Details

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[b]bold[/b]
[i]italic[/i]
[u]underline[/u]
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[code]Code Example[/code]
[img]http://domain.com/image.jpg[/img]
[list] [*]Entry 1 [*]Entry 2 [/list]



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