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.

Cacheable Cookie Handling

This module provides a framework for setting cookies that works well with page caching. It does not do anything on its own, but rather provides an API that other modules can use.


DROWL Trademark

Drupal DROWL trademark configuration page

Simply adds a registered trademark sign (®) as <sup> element behind defined words at runtime by JavaScript.

The words to append the trademark to can be defined on the module page as comma-separated list.

BTW: This is NOT being done by an input filter intentionally, because words coming from the menu system or other areas without input filtering are also replaced this way.


jQuery Print


The jQuery Print module provides a library to access the jQuery Print plugin. This module doesn't do very much by itself, but serves as a way for other modules to easily use the jQuery Print plugin without having to define their own libraries.


This module requires the following modules:


Social media share

The social media share module allows the user to share current page to different social media platforms. It is rendered as block, you can place it anywhere of your site. It is flexible to share any page of the site whether it is node, term , panels, view pages so on.



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