This is a list of plugins for the Feeds Tamper contributed module.
Only import (or do not import) items that contain a list of specific words/phrases
Make this field required. If it is empty, the feed item will not be saved.
HTML entity decode
Convert all HTML entities such as & and " to & and ".
HTML entity encode
Convert all HTML special characters such as > and & to > and &.
Make URLs absolute
Make URLs in markup absolute. (i.e. <a href="/stuff/things"> to <a href="http://example.com/stuff/things">).
Remove all HTML tags except a user-specified list.
Break up sequenced data into an array with the option of setting a limit to the number of items returned. For example, "a, b, c" would get broken up into the array('a', 'b', 'c').
Join array elements into a string using an user-specified "glue". For example, array('a', 'b', 'c') with glue "," would become "a, b, c".
Makes the elements in a multivalued field unique.
Format a number
Add a user-specified number of decimal places, decimal point, and thousands separator.
Makes the value a hash of the values being imported. This allows for importing content that does not have a unique ID.
Copy source value
Copy the selected source to or from another source in the feed.
Country to ISO code
Converts a field from a country name string to the two character ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code.
Rewrite the source using token-based replacement. Each source in the feed is available as a token and available to append or reorder into a single string.
Example: [sku] is a number and a image string can be created from it.
Set default value
Set a static default value for the field.
Convert to "Title Case", "lower case", or "UPPER CASE".
Convert to boolean
Convert a user-specified string to boolean, with the option of specifying what to do in the case of no match.
Find and replace a user-specified word/phrase.
Find replace REGEX
Find and replace a user-specified string using REGEX with an option to limit the number of replacements. See the PHP Manual on PCRE Pattern Syntax for a complete reference, or RegexPal for a quick tester.
Pad a string
Increase the length of a string to a minimum value using a user-specified string on the right, left, or both sides.
String to Unix timestamp
Take a string containing an English date format and convert it into a Unix Timestamp. See the PHP Manual on strtotime for examples of valid strings.
Trim a user-specified string from the left, right, or both sides of the source.
Limit the source to a user-specified number of characters, with the option of adding ellipses to the end of the truncated text.