Top panel Demo1:- In this demo Panel will Default Close, You will see a button in right top position to click, as you click on the button it will slides Down and display modules in its wrapper. On Re-Click on the button It will Slides Up and Wrapper will Close.
Top panel Demo2:- Panel is Default Opened on Page Load and modules will display on its wrapper, On click on close button panel will slide up and on re-click on button it will slide down and It'll continuously toggle.
Updated on Feb/2013
1- Full Responsive (Now Responsive Top panel slider).
2- Full Customize options from Backend.
3- Color Picker option for each Element from backend.
4- Heading Tags color option using color picker from backend.
5- Text Color option for each element using color picker from backend.
6- Panel Background Color option using color picker from backend.
7- Opacity option for panel background color.
8- Tab background color and opacity option.
9- show/hide option for Logon username display on Tab.
10- Option To change Greeting Text from Tab.
Many More configuration options from backend.
No Images has been Used.
Full Responsive- Now Responsive Top Panel Slider.
Perfect Display on Mobile View.
IE7, IE8, IE9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc..
There's no color change, you cannot force the size of each module.. it's basically a see what you get. I mean that you get a drop down menu that looks exactly like what they have - don't expect to change really any of it. Two examples which I'm sure will be dismissed by the developer is that you cannot get rid of what it says easily ie “Hello Guest!”. You can change the percentage of the width but what happens is the tab will shift along with it so if you want it small enough for a login panel only (lets say is 30% of the original size) then the tab ends up in the center which looks awful. The corners are sharp square also so decreasing it's width will only make it look worse. The width changer happens to be one of it’s few functions and that doesn’t even function properly! Basically to make it look right you need to keep it at it's original with. In order for that to look nice, you'd need to fill the entire panel up with modules thus decreasing load time on your pages. You can start to see how it's a snowball affect which simply doesn't work.
Also, testing this with various browsers on the fresh test site I noticed it looked really bad if the browser window wasn't fully extended so if you ever have a client doing side by side windows then you have yet another thing to contend with.
After talking back and forth with the developer, he ended up not responding. I saw the emails had been read on his end so that's how their support works. I even tried to directly contact them from their site; yet again no support.
I likely wouldn’t have even bothered leaving a review if it weren’t for the support or lack of.
Contacted support and worked live with them - had it resolved in 20 minutes - Amazing!
Thanks for the Review,If you had problems, you could have emailed us. We could have helped you, we are here to provide you support it's totally unfair dear..
I, however, wanted it to show at the bottom and not the top of the browser. I wrote to the guy who made it and the next day, he sent me the edited file. Worked perfectly! Could not be happier!