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NanoPiecemaker is an Image Gallery module for Joomla 1.5 which comes with very nice flash effect. This module was developed using the fantastic Piecemaker framework created by modularweb.net NanoPiecemaker enables you to add up to 5 slides into this flash gallery and change the sliding time and effects, width and height of the images and modules, enable or disable shadow and many other features controlled from the Joomla back-end, using the module parameters. Nano Piecemaker Features - Fully dynamic due to XML backend - Short loading times due to external image loading - Loads JPG, GIF and PNG images - Supports all tween types from Caurina‘s Tweener class such as Bounce, Elastic, Cubic - All tween parameters easily set from the module parameters - No adjustments in the FLA file necessary
Member only and free Joomla Extensions We create beautiful, flexible and handy extensions for Joomla that work seamlessly with our Joomla templates . We often feature both our member only and free Joomla extensions in our Joomla template demo sites but for a full run down of their features and application check out the overviews below. The Zentools module is a swiss army knife approach to Joomla modules. You can create an awesome array of flexible layouts using the Zentools module. View the demo examples of the Zentools responsive slideshows , responsive carousels , masonry layouts , flexible grids , accordions , lists and more .
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The mod works great. For noobies - be sure to read what you need to get it going. This is not difficult but sometimes people overlook the simple things. You need the API key from Facebook developer apps - you create your own key from within your own Facebook account. The Page id = the long number at the end of your Facebook page url - but just the number, not all the extra stuff behind it.