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08.01.2009
Few little contributions from Linnovate
submitted by: Zohar Stolar
Drupal.org project link filter
Menu Class
Paragraph Auto Directionality
As we grow, we're shifting from being those who consume, to being those who provide. In the past, we used to use ready made modules (contributing patches when necessary), and complete them with custom code in each project. While we still write custom code in projects, we now do it less, and we're getting used to release our code, as a generalized code, with configuration options, so it can be shared with the community. Open Source is in our blood, and we're finally capable of integrating our beliefs in our work habits. My goal is that Linnovate will contribute more and more modules, going from simple functionality to more heavy duty ones, until we reach the point where we can allow our people to actively (not-only-patches) contribute to Drupal's core. Until we get there: - **[Drupal.org project link filter](http://drupal.org/project/dopl)** - **Warning: This module will make your Drupal blogging easier!**. We all blog about Drupal and Drupal modules, and it's always annoying to link to Drupal org's project pages (go to D.O., copy the link, or just type it all together, put an A tag....). This module allows you to simply write **cck.module** in order to get **[Content Construction Kit (CCK)](http://drupal.org/project/cck)**. Use it when blogging about Drupal's project, and spare few expensive seconds of your afternoon. - **[Menu Class](http://drupal.org/project/menuclass)** - Allows adding CSS classes to menu items in Drupal. Few sets of classes can be attached to any menu. This is particularly useful when wanting to style your menus differently, or attach specific background images to specific menu items. - **[Paragraph Auto Directionality](http://drupal.org/project/pdir)** - When writing both LTR and RTL paragraphs/lists in the same post, you're usually limited to the directionality imposed by the general directionality of the page. This module sets the element's directionality, based on the directionality of the first significant character, which leaves control in the hands of the user. (* - **[Top Searches](http://drupal.org/project/top_searches)** module was also updated to 6.x recently.)

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