- This extension requires registration to download.
Just be aware that if you try to download and get 'cryptic' error messages that it may be due to the fact that you have to be logged in to access the files.
The error messages on the site don't at all make that clear (and when you try to access them you get 'invalid category' messages).
Also, be aware that you have to go through about 5 screens to actually download the plugin. (but it is worth the effort).
I'd give a perfect review if these basic UI issues were fixed on the site.
Whereas in FF I did not have any issue at all, in IE8 I got some problems easily solved when I loaded the strings without bold characters.
I think it works in both explorers fine. Sorry if I am wrong.
I encourage the developers to add the following:
- Rounded boxes with space for headings (in a different color) and a list where the box will have a separate color.
- Modules so that separate types of css of the same style can be added
The developers provide a very useful list of style examples in the plug in. You just copy and paste the syntax into your article and voila, it works.
After some trial and error, and checking the forums, I found out that IE7 renders the code differently than FF. Some styles work in both browsers (quotes), while other styles seem to generate problems with IE7(rounded boxes) - or perhaps it is better to say that IE7 is creating the problems, because it works with FF.
The solution is incredibly simple: When you copy and paste the code from the examples in the plug in, the typo coding syntax is in bold characters. This seems to be a problem for IE7. Just make sure the code you place in your article is not in bold and the styles work in FF and IE7!!!
Two thumbs for the developers.