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TCVN Rotating Image Module

TCVN Rotating Image is a great slideshow module for Joomla. Its using jQuery plugin which allows you to integrate a customizable, cross-browser content slider into your web presence. Designed for use as a content slider, carousel, scrolling website image. This module using CSS3 for supported iOS, Android and WebKit browsers. Responsive support: to work with the most dynamic desktop and mobile sites. Infinitely looping: loop through your slides endlessly in both directions and much more options via module parameters.

Unique Features:
√ Works with Joomla 2.5.x, Joomla 3.2
√ Awesome and unique transitions
√ Responsive support: to work with the most dynamic desktop and mobile sites.
√ Hardware accelerated: using CSS3 for supported iOS, Android and WebKit browsers.
√ Tons of API callbacks: to get the perfect slider feel for your web application.
√ FF/Safari/Chrome/IE7+: Full modern browser support for desktop.
√ Infinitely looping: Loop through your slides endlessly in both directions.
√ Auto-sliding: Set your slider to automatically transition and pause on hover.
√ Touch swipe support
√ Bullet navigation
√ Customizable speed, delay, size etc.
√ Languages included: English
√ Allow loading modules joomla inside article's content.
√ To manipulate almost everything !
√ Totally customizable and skinnable using HTML and CSS
√ Lightweight, modern and fast-loading design.
√ W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional. W3C CSS Valid.
√ Tableless design and 100% CSS-based
√ Fully compatible IE7+, Firefox 2+, Flock 0.7+, Netscape, Safari, Opera 9.5
√ Easy installation


What you get:
√ Extension ZIP Package
√ 6 MONTHS FREE Support
√ FREE Installation

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2014-06-17
Reviews: 6
We purchased this and attempted to implement it on our joomla 3.3 site. We found out that if you use articles as your content (probably what most people would want) then the module is not responsive, and the layout look like their demo. We tried getting support, but they wanted ftp access which we do not give to 3rd parties. We asked again for whatever code changes they would make to fix the problem, but they never responded.