Boost the performance of your Drupal 7 website, improve usability and help with SEO by making content load via AJAX in just a few steps.
Drupal AJAX is a cinch to implement—as it should be since core is loaded with it. In just a few of steps I’ll show you how to use jQuery and Drupal’s hook_menu() function to quickly build a AJAX function to return anything from HTML to a JSON array.
Great design is a product of care and attention applied to areas that matter, resulting in a useful, understandable, and hopefully beautiful user interface. But don’t be fooled into thinking that design is left only for designers.
Trying to come up with a fun way to keep user’s on your site? Try the Interaction Points jQuery plugin. It’s a simple script that enables a point system for your site’s users. It’s fully customizable and is easily integrated into existing point systems. There’s nothing like a little competition to keep people engaged and coming back to your site.
This is also great from and SEO perspective to boost your site’s CTR and decrease its bounce rate. It will keep your users active while they surf and is perfect for gaming sites and other user interactive sites.
Allows you to customize your own script to handle storing and processing user points
Users only occur points when their actually doing something
Set how many points the user earns each second while being active on the site
Allows additional data to be passed to your script
Includes a debugging feature to help you track down problems
Control how often the script get’s pinged to update user points
Tired of those overly priced simple scripts on sites like CodeCanyon? Me too! I can understand why others that aren’t developers spend money on them, but if you’re a dev purchasing scripts like Social Traffic Pop or Facebook Traffic Pop, you’re throwing your money away. To help stay true to the open-source philosophy, here’s an alternative Traffic Pop jQuery plugin that can be fully customized to suit your needs.
See it in action!
Traffic Pop jQuery Plugin
You content here (ex. social network sharing buttons)