jQuery BBQ now in over 20k sites!


Just over a year ago, I blogged that jQuery BBQ was going into version 7 of the popular open source Drupal CMS, as a crucial part of the overlay module.

The overlay module allows the Drupal admin interface to appear seamlessly, as a modal window, on top of the current page, while maintaining that page’s context. This was, of course, a great idea, and one that jQuery BBQ made easy, with its built-in cross browser HTML5 onhashchange event and fragment management functions.

And now that Drupal 7 has finally launched, jQuery BBQ provides back button support in over 20,340 sites, not to mention the sites where it was already being used, of course.

Pretty sweet, huh?

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