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Tilt JS

This module is to provide easy integration of Tilt JS, a tiny requestAnimationFrame powered 60+fps lightweight parallax hover tilt effect for jQuery.



Module Usage

This module allows you to implement Tilt JS effects in your Drupal modules & themes. Once you have enabled this module and added the library, then you can use any effects included in Tilt JS.

Timezone clock

Set timezones

Timezone clock module provide a block having multiple clock's for different timezone. This module is not depend on any external javascript library or php library.


Noscript Tag

noscript tag

Noscript tag module displays noscript tag when javascript is disabled in users browser. Site admin can configure what content to be displayed in the noscript tag. In some browsers the script tag is disabled or javascript is disabled, which leads to bad user experience. In those cases this module comes in handy by displaying a message in top of site.

Site admins can configure what content can be displayed in the noscript tag. Admins can add plain text or markup in the noscript tag via this module.

Jumper (Jump Anywhere)

Jumper provides a simple integration with Jump.js, a small, modern, dependency-free smooth scrolling library.


Drupal pinterest style image loading

This lightweight module will automatically provide lazyloading of images on your website in a pinterest-style color scheme. It fetches the main color of your image and serves it until your image is loaded.

The module is great for performance and SEO, since it only loads images that are actually viewed in the viewport. Especially on mobile devices this results in faster loading of your pages.

Installation instructions


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