FranklyMe Widget

The plugin for Drupal adds social plugins to your Drupal site and optimizes the experience of your audience through easy ask buttons and social widgets. Associate your Drupal site with side pane widgets and embed shortcodes for ask button and social widgets. All features are deeply integrated with Drupal APIs to make building your webpages and administrative features as easy as possible with the extensibility you expect from Drupal.

Video Comment FranklyMe

Use this plugin to spice up your posts with video comments instead of boring text comments. Simply start by creating a new post, the video comment feature is added automatically at the end of the post.

This plugin places two-set widget. First, a sleek 'record video' button, and a video carousel at the end of all of your posts. Official plugin from FranklyMe.

It'll be shown to your audience once your post goes live, where they can take a video selfie (velfie) that'll be viewable by everybody on your site.

Service Links OK

This module implements an "Odnoklassniki" Social Media share link, integrated as a widget for the module "Service Links".
This module was build with a dependency to the modules:

Webform Replay

Webform component replay option

Webform Replay extends the excellent Webform module by adding an option to "replay" selected webform components.

This module is ideal for situations where multiple webform submissions per user are allowed, and some of that information is likely to be repeated on each submission.

360 Review

This module will do thorough review on your current website regarding all aspects like standards, security, performance, seo etc., and provide help tips to improve in those areas. It will show you the report as horizontal bar graph in percentages specific to each section, so that you can easily understand in which areas your website needs improvement.


Fav lets you mark content as a "favorite" similar to the excellent Flag module.

Favorites are organized by collection, which are user created like a bookmark list. Anonymous users only have a single collection while authenticated roles may be granted permission to create named collections.


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