If the main purpose of your module is to provide additional functionality via JavaScript then you should use the JavaScript tag. If your module's main purpose is to provide some set of features and JavaScript helps make those features richer, do not use the JavaScript tag.

FranklyMe Widget

The Frankly.me plugin for Drupal adds Frankly.me 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 frankly.me 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.

Vertical Fixed Navigation

This module is heavily based on the Vertical Fixed Navigation library at http://codyhouse.co/gem/vertical-fixed-navigation/

It creates a floating menu for scrolling pages. I'm still early into the development of the module, but suggestions/issues are welcome.

Block Data

Block Data provides the ability to add data attributes to blocks that come in handy when working with external APIs or JavaScript frameworks. This can be anything from adding data attributes for theme enhancements like modals and tooltips, to adding additional inline style attributes to a block.

Add additional attributes to blocks



slim progress bars like on YouTube

The NProgress module will show slim progress bar at the top of page for any ajax requests.

The NProgress.js provides progress bar
like on YouTube, Medium, etc. Perfect for Ajax-heavy apps. Featuring realistic trickle animations to convince your users that something is happening!

Demo: http://ricostacruz.com/nprogress/

Facebook Tracking Pixel

This module is meant to manage Facebook tracking pixels on your site. This module is similar to other modules that allow you to put code into a page. The difference is this module caters to the advanced marketing capabilities that are possible with Facebook's new advertising tools and the ability to multiple tracking pixels for different purposes. Most modules just allow you to attach one piece of code to a page, this module will allow you to attach multiple pixel tracking codes and control where they appear to suit your advertising plan.


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