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ImageField Focus | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:43 -- rprice

If you are using ImageField and ImageCache, you might have had hard times trying to get Scale And Crop to show what you actually want of your images.
That is what ImageField Focus was made for.
It allows you to tell ImageCache what portion of the image you want to focus to, and what portion you want to be cut out.
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ImageField Focus | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:43 -- rprice

If you are using ImageField and ImageCache, you might have had hard times trying to get Scale And Crop to show what you actually want of your images.
That is what ImageField Focus was made for.
It allows you to tell ImageCache what portion of the image you want to focus to, and what portion you want to be cut out.
Key features

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ImageField Focus | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:43 -- rprice

If you are using ImageField and ImageCache, you might have had hard times trying to get Scale And Crop to show what you actually want of your images.
That is what ImageField Focus was made for.
It allows you to tell ImageCache what portion of the image you want to focus to, and what portion you want to be cut out.
Key features

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HTML Title | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:19 -- rprice

Drupal node titles are restrictive and do not support italicized text or superscript text (e.g., Book titles, trademark symbols). The HTML Title module allows a limited set of HTML markup (em, sub, sup, b, i, strong, cite, code, bdi, wbr) to be used in node titles. It filters all other markup from titles to prevent XSS vulnerabilities or irrational nesting (e.g., links within links).

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HTML Title | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:19 -- rprice

Drupal node titles are restrictive and do not support italicized text or superscript text (e.g., Book titles, trademark symbols). The HTML Title module allows a limited set of HTML markup (em, sub, sup, b, i, strong, cite, code, bdi, wbr) to be used in node titles. It filters all other markup from titles to prevent XSS vulnerabilities or irrational nesting (e.g., links within links).

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HTML Title | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:19 -- rprice

Drupal node titles are restrictive and do not support italicized text or superscript text (e.g., Book titles, trademark symbols). The HTML Title module allows a limited set of HTML markup (em, sub, sup, b, i, strong, cite, code, bdi, wbr) to be used in node titles. It filters all other markup from titles to prevent XSS vulnerabilities or irrational nesting (e.g., links within links).

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