You can check current events in different way:
a) by date
b) by day of the week
c) by number of day from beginning of year
[01.01+10==newyear.jpg==Happy New Year!==ny.html] - for 11 days with text, picture and link
[01.01====Happy New Year!==] - for 1 day (text only).
[01.01==newyear.jpg====] - for 1 day (picture only).
[1x5.10==wsd.jpg==World Smile Day==wsd.html] - for first (1) Friday (x5) of October (.10) /+n day DON'T WORK
[256.00==prog_day.jpg==Programmers Day!==] - for 256 day from beginning of year /+n day WORKING
I however would love a new feature: the option to add a slider in the module, for events published in the same time. This way the module can be smaller and display the same amount of information. Please consider this feature for the future
its interesting idea, but in my case its troublesome, cose different Joomla versions use different mootools.
But, if i will have free time i will try, at least for J2.5 version ;)
Thanks for review.
Only what bothering me is font color. I understand to change size and alignment (in tmpl folder) but where I could change color. I suppose it is in CSS but what part?
adjustment of style is not complicate if you understand basic of CSS.
try read this manual about module class suffix:
and thanks for review :)
And you can put in any date you want on the list, and link to different graphics for each. Lots of fun!
Thank you to the developer, this extension was a brilliant idea!
your post made me check module for compatible with Joomla 2.5, and seems it work fine :)
Rinja, thanks for review!
You can customize your module by replace
to in all files of "tmpl" module filder.
after doing this, you will can set custom font, font color and size by css in your site template.
sorry, but basic css knowledge you have got by yourself :).
1. My animated gif's does not work in Internet Explorer but it works in the articles.
2. I can not give a registered user access to quickly add an "event", they have to go into the module and add the code.
the first "problem" is not fault of module :)
i just tested my own animated gif on Joomla 1.7 and its worked fine...
and, of course, my MODULE (its not component!) don't provide the function you request, because its SIMPLE solution for administrators/editors of site.
thanks for first (and favourable) review - it's some kind of sad when many people download the module without say nothing :)