JA Flowlist - Perfect module for displaying dynamic image sets

By NewOne on Fri, 2008/08/01 10:305427 views 13JoomlaJ! ExtensionsJAextensions
JA Flowlist - Perfect module for displaying dynamic image sets

Flowlist loads external images with title and hyperlink from categories or sections which user chose and ordered by setting and creating a 3D flow animation. JA FLowlist allow you to show images from a folder in images folder of site root. You can order name of images list by name of images in the folder. Flexible parameter makes it easy to integrate this module into your web site. JA Flow List is the perfect module for displaying dynamic image sets.

JA Flowlist features and screenshots:

* Provide dim effect, background color, display speed of Animation * Image size customization (image width, image height). * Provide lively performing styles of Animation. * Flowlist allows you to choose automatic perform mode like loop or not loop. * Allow user to set image padding, angle, vertical. * Allow to set style of text decription * Provides reflection feature

JA Flowlist Full (3.54 MB)

JA Flowlist Documentation for Joomla! 1.0 : JA Flowlist Documentation for Joomla! 1.0 (3.15 MB)

JA Flowlist Documentation for Joomla! 1.5 : JA Flowlist Documentation for Joomla! 1.5 (3.31 MB)

JA Flowlist Module for Joomla! 1.0.x (RC1) : JA Flowlist Module for Joomla! 1.0.x (RC1) (254.0 KB)

JA Flowlist Module for Joomla! 1.5.x (RC1) : JA Flowlist Module for Joomla! 1.5.x (RC1) (254.9 KB)

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  6. 2010-04-07 17:44
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  10. 2009-01-20 1:54
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    It seems not to work: Firefox Explorer 7.0

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    this module have a problem in Exsplorer 6 and 7 too.NO WORK.......

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