Drupal 7 Modules as Drupal 8 Features

Admin Menu Bar
Replaces Drupal 7 tool bar to one that behaves just like Drupal 8’s and is responsive as well.

Inline Editing
Allows content editors to edit posts inline.

A WYSIWYG editor without the use of the WYSIWYG module.

Responsive Bartik
Core theme, but responsive.


More HTML5
Replaces Drupal 7 core elements to be HTML5.

Views, not much more to say.

Admin Views
Replaces admin pages with views.

Views Bulk Operations
Apply changes accross multiple selections in an admin view.

Views Responsive Grids
A views plugin that gives you responsive grids.

Responsive Tables
Adds a library to allow tables to function responsively.

Breakpoints management for responsive web design.

Responsive Images
Utilizes breakpoints and image styles to give you responsive images.

Tours (Joyride)
Allows developers to create tours, joyride was used to create the tour module in Drupal 8.

Module Filter
Dynamically filter the modules page to find the module you are looking for.

Simplified Admin Menu
This module simplifies the core Menu and Shortcut modules by merging the “List links” and “Edit menu” operations into a single administration page.

Back to Site
Adds a ‘Back to site’ button when the user has clicked on an administration URL from a non-administration page.

This module provides a very simple caption input filter that can be used to attach captions to an image or embeddable object.

Better Block System
Turns blocks into entities giving us block types that are fieldable.

Multiple Instances of a Block
Allows a single block to be used in more than one region at a time.

Entity Reference
Allows one entity to reference another.

Telephone Field
A field formatted for telephone numbers.

Email Field
A field formatted for email addresses.

URL Field
A field formatted for URLs.

Date Field
This is the date module which gives us a date field and much more.

View Modes
Allow administrators to define custom view modes for entities.

Entity Translations
Allows (fieldable) entities to be translated into different languages, by introducing entity/field translation for the new translatable fields capability in Drupal 7.

Title Translations
Translate the title of a node.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s