The issue with RokWeather pertained to the Google API and its gradual removal from Google's data servers. RokWeather now uses Yahoo and Wunderground, so please download an update to get the module working again: http://www.rockettheme.com/extensions-updates/1601-rokweather-1518-released
Once you've paid, you don't automatically get a download link and it takes time and effort to get your download. After that, the support didn't answer my mails untill I started threatening.
As far as functionality is concerned, I was most disappointed. When you work with SEF url's it's of no use to you as with cannonical links. It only detects dead links in your menustructure but no dead external links. I use Eventlist, but it doesn't check on any link in any event, even with all parameters turned on. When you see the possibilities to set parameters in their video, you think it can do anything, but when you test it irl on your site, it's really disappointing. Look for 'free broken link checker' in any search engine and you will be much more happy and moreover it's for free.
This is the first component in 2 years that I'm really dissatiesfied with and for which I demanded my money back.
This review is inaccurate and was deliberately written after we refused to react to blackmail.
To simply suggest it does not work disagrees with the vast majority of users working with it, including the majority of those that have reviewed it. It works exactly as is shown in the video. There is no suggestion anywhere that there is a free version (hence the word 'Commercial').
This user bought in haste without seeing whether it was the right product for his needs then demanded a refund on this basis. When we did not oblige, as per our terms and conditions of sale, he was appallingly abusive and threatening.
Thanks for your review. However, we are not aware of any such parsing error that you are talking about. I just searched the forum for parse or parsing again, and didn't find anything.
I also talked to the support staff, and again we didn't find anything like this. Please contact me directly if you have anything to back this up or can provide data.
As for how support works, I think many people find it quick and efficient, please see reviews below.
Now, hours later I'm still hoping that my provider can fix this for me as there is nothing I can do myself from here.
NO component should be able to have such drastic consequences for a website, so that's clearly 'very poor'.
Thanks for your review.
If you choose too many parallel connections the webserver can be overloaded/going down.
But JCrawler does not delete/change/add any files (except of the sitemap.xml)/MySQL data or E-Mails. It just reads every page of your Website and looks for links. Afterwards it writes the links into an file. That's it.
Actually i'm developing JCrawler 2.0, maybe you can get in touch in our forum to resolve your issues.
Installation and configuration can be done without having to read the manual extensively. Works right out of the box. Paid version overwrites the free version without any problems.
As 1 commenter said though, most people use the background of a website to scroll on with their mousewheel to get up or down a page. This doesn't work with mmbackground (free/paid)in Internet Explorer. It DOES work in Firefox and Safari, so it must be some bug that can be overcome!
There are only 10 fields available in the paid version for setting specific background for specific itemid's (menu's) or specific times (night/day).
I have more than hundred menu items, so it would be good if one background picture could be assigned to more than one itemid, which could be divided by comma in the existing field.
keep working on optimizing the user friendliness though, especially with the KenBurns effect.