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Page Peel Banner is a Candy Joomla Ads System based on a wonderful Pageear Script developed by www.webpicasso.de (flash version) combine with core joomla module, and now with the jQuery version (without flash needed)
+ New! Now there's an option to choose JQuery based animation than flash based.
+ A complex code revamping for better performance
* Support Impression and Click Statistic via Core Joomla Banner Component
* Displaying alternative image + link if there's no Core Joomla banner published
* Support *.jpg images and Flash Animation / *.swf (It doesn't support gif and png files yet)
* Enable / Disable Page Peel Mirror option
* Pagepeel is Resizeable
* Option to choose browser target
The old version for Joomla 1.5 still available for download in our old club site.
changelog in version 2.0
+ added JQuery based animation option
+ completely new code revamping
Changelog in version 1.15
* Fixed auto open bug with Mac and Vista
New Features in Version 1.1
* Pagepeel Direction, Page peel can be opened from right side or left side
* Auto Open Pagepeel , you can set timing for this autoopen pagepeel
# 24 March 2008
Page Peel for Joomla 1.5 has been updated into version 1.1
# 20 Apr 2008
Page Peel for Joomla 1.5 has been updated into version 1.1.1. Changelog in the 1.1.1 version : Fixed autoopen issue in Mac OSX and Vista
# 13 Nov 2008
Page Peel for Joomla 1.5 has been updated into version 1.1.2. Changelog in the 1.1.2 version : Fixed autoopen issue in IE7
As for those having issues with the "ads" button - the fix is simple. On the extension page there is an option to change the "Small Peel Image". Just change that image and you've changed the image on your website. It is super intuitive - not sure why so many are having problems.
As for the statement "it is an ad for template plaza" - it only links to them if you don't add a link to yourself and don't change the default option on the module. I don't understand why you wouldn't change that and write a negative review.
The best thing about it is that you can decide to have flash or jpg banner inside it, you just have to put it in the correct folder (/www/modules/mod_pagepeel_banner/pagepeel_banner/) as jpg.
If you wanna use flash, upload the swf file, then rename it to (filename).jpg. Works every time...
It's fun, it's easy and it looks good.
Support seems sparse
My recommendation would be to charge something for the module and allow users to put their own ads in.
Just my opinion.
Perhaps it is because of the templates I am using (YooTheme & RocketTheme)?
No complaints here, this is a great module and really jazz's up a site.
Works GREAT in all current (non-beta) browsers except FF3 under Ubunto Linux Gnome where the page peel doen't roll up properly. So 2% of my visitors didn't see the proper effect. Yes you are restricted to square images, but that's PERFECT for me.
I love this component and I salute the developers! Highly recommended. It is so impressive that you'll be tempted to use it everywhere, which might be a bit of overkill, so be careful!