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jQuery Actual

Project Description

This module provides the jQuery Actual (jquery.actual) plugin as a library.

External CDN

This module allows to add external CDNs and manage visibility for each of them from the admin panel.

Prelude

Pretend you want to integrate to your site some js framework, css library or some awesome fonts that you found in the Internet. How you can do this? Here is some ways:

[D7] Add js and css

This modules helps you to add js and css either external or internal even inline as well. Very easy to use, having standard format to add js and css. Just follow those standards and explore this module by adding js and css file.

Like, To add js - http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.2/jquery.min.js | external | header | 100 | node/1,node/2

Notifications Ribbon

An absolute positioned to top notification ribbon for your visitors.
No need to worry about hassle of adjusting width and height of css ribbons.
this plugin ribbon can wrap around any divs.
Just write few lines code and get any divs wrapped with ribbon.
Works in all major browsers.

FlipClock.js

The FlipClock.js module integrates the FlipClock.js plugin with Drupal. FlipClock.js is an extendible API to create any kind of clock or counter. It can be used as a

  • Clock
  • Timer
  • Countdown

The module integrates with:

  • Blocks, by exposing a new block type "Clock"
  • Date fields, by exposing a new formatter "FlipClock"

Installation

See the README file for detailed installation instructions.

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