Vinaora Quber 3D Slide-show is another name of Vinaora Cu3er 3D Slide-show.
This module used CU3ER flash 3D image slider (Copyright (c) 2010, Stefan Kovac). Please see http://www.progressivered.com/cu3er/ and http://vinaora.com for more information.
* FREE flash 3D image slider
* EASY to set up
* CUSTOMIZABLE faster via Joomla,
* TAILORED to creatives striving for a UNIQUE look & feel
* FUN to use!
Vinaora Cu3er 3D Slide-show, an image slider initially conceived to create 3D transitions between slides, turned out to be a convenient and multifunction solution that can be applied in a range of website building areas, from content slider to feature slider and image & banner rotator. Consider using it when you want to grab the user’s attention, and you’ll be delighted by the results!
If you’d like to experience more creativity in web development, are striving to more visually appealing content, and prefer to have even more unique image transitions on your websites, try the Vinaora Cu3er 3D Slide-show! Its magic is astonishing!
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Let me just say it is so good and so configurable and sooo easy that I finally created an account here so I could tell everyone how AWESOME this is.
oh...and the best bit...it is FREE but works just like (better in my opinion) than commercial sliders out there.
SERIOUSLY, do yourself a favour and give it a go and I encourage you to also sign up here and rate it too!
Thank you Vinaora!
P.S. Everyone, if you follow the instructions, you probably won't need support ;-)
As for me, I can't comment on their support as I did not need it!
The module itself has built in documentation right within the module. There is a link right in the module to the website for further help.
And the module is elegantly designed for both a newbie who may not understand xml, and for the advanced user who is comfortable in xml.
Please go to "Advanced Parameters" section of module.
And you can see this tutorial: http://code.google.com/p/vinaora-3d-slideshow/wiki/Howto.
1. Create your images and place them in the instructed folder
2. Make minor changes to the xml by copying it in a notepad or let this happen automatically
3. Set the Module to enable and position it
4. See it live... Woooo very simple and perfectly guided.
Great Work Brother...
You must manually edit the xml file.
I applied it in my private web http://online-terus.com/design
You don't need "...manually edit the xml file..."
Please choose Parameter "Custom Config" = "--None Selected--" and don't touch "Config Name" because it's created automatically.