Once installed I see "siteid" as an option. Brakes on I head over to their site to discover that the plugin might well be free but the service is a paid service.
Negativity over I would like to add the following for the owner. Your solution does look good and your pricing model isn't outrageous. I did not sign up as I can't trust you because of what I stated above.
Be up front about this supporting a paid subscription service and we might well see this is the positive light that we should.
I will keep an eye on this in the future and may well come back and review again. Good luck with what seems to be a great service.
Thank you for review.
This plugin is really free, but the service is paid.
I am sorry for that inaccuracy, and I marked it as commercial in plugin's description.
This was released too early. For a start all of the alternative templates produce an error when used. No biggie, I'll make my own, but others will find this a problem.
The documentation is bad. It isn't absent and it does lead you through the process, but I can see that less technically minded people (bear in mind what Joomla! was created for) will give up before they have it installed.
Technically I think it is nearly perfect. I would LOVE to see my content sliding out rather than being revealed, but I'll take this as a free extension. Thanks.
In short? Give it a go, it is very nicely put together.
Thank you Sam for your support. My only criticism would be that there could have been e-mail to inform me that you were going to rewrite the component with my request...but I'm not going to mark you down for that because your desire and commitment is 5* and so is your component.
Simply a "Must Have" extension.
Further to all this they are very attentive. Upon installation I noticed it was not pulling in the images (part of my original attraction) from another component. I e-mailed support and, within 1 business day, they have contacted me, tried to do the work for me (not possible, site in dev on localhost), discussed the problem and given me the solution which, it must be noted, lies in the 3rd party component.
Brilliant. My only regret is that I wish I had been this able when I was that young ;)