- RWCards 5 for Joomla 3.x
- RWCards 4 for Joomla 1.6/2.x
- RWCards 3.1.1 for Joomla 1.5 / 1.6
RWCards is a Joomla component for managing and sending E-Cards.
And it works right out of the box, just as you need it to do.
For me it lost few points in the customization. The template and css for the views are not quite well done. But if it comes from a pure developer then i am not surprised ;)
But the most important is that it works great.
cheers for that extension
if an ecard extension is what you need, this a must-have!!
Quick note to other newbies - make sure the categories and cards have descriptions and titles. Also, make sure permissions are set correctly on images.
Now that the component works fine on my website, I'm more than pleased with it.
The only tip for new users: make sure your categories have cards in them. If you have any empty categories, the program might not show on the front end. Other than that little discovery, I had no difficulty installing and using RWCards. It's very nice, looks great, and very easy to use.
I make the ECards from photos that my users contribute, so it's also a community project. If you're using Jomsocial, there's a "userpoints" hack for RWCards in the Jomsocial support forums that gives userpoints when the RECEIVER of the Ecard goes to read it on your site.
RWCards can also work like an Invitation system. I created one category with invitations to my site, which any of my users can send to their friends. And, get userpoints!
I'm very pleased with RWCards. It turned out to be much more flexible and useful than I expected. Very, very nice!!
The images that are shown look great on the cards. I've been able to send ecards as a test and receive the confirmations of being sent and read. So, there's a glitch somewhere but apparently not with the component.
In addition, I think use Flash video file (.swf) to make E-cards is more beautiful. Please add support for SWF videos. When the receipient got the notification mail, he can click the link inside the mail to go to our website to watch the SWF video.