Great Forums, Great Support. I had some issues on upgrading from 3.7 to 4.2, but it turned out not to be an issue with the module, but an issue with the compatibility level that was set through PowerDNN.
This skin is by far one of the best values of any skin I've ever purchased. It's extremely versatile to work with, is loaded with great looking container and color options, and is easily adaptable to look unique for different client's needs. I highly recommend it.
An absolutely brilliant little module. It is priced well and has already saved me countless of hours of moving parent pages around and retaining their child page navigation structure - something the stock DNN page admin doesn't do and is a real pain to to work with. This module is a must for any site that has tons of pages, and will save companies enormous amounts of time and money should they every need to move their pages around, which is highly probable for a growing company that expects the need to expand or alter their site at some point. I'm using it on a DNN 5.1.1 site and it works great.
Brilliant little module. You do have to be careful about how you place it on your site, as it does open up a huge potential security risk. Reason being is that technically anybody logged in could gain admin access quickly if they run across the page it's on and if that page isn't admin role restricted.
The module has evolved considerably in 9 months from when I first purchased it. The developer has been very fast in responding to bug fixes. The module offers many new features that aren't even an option on other shopping modules. Overall this is a great simple and straight forward cart to use for sites ranging from average ones, to ones that need more advanced components. The new 'featured' items module that comes with it, mini-cart, improved download functionality, and new log-in screen are all big improvements.
Great module with lots of features for the price. Something in the future I would like to see changed however, is that being that its set up as a wizard, it's a pain every time I want to alter something on the first or second screen, as it requires I complete all three screens just to save the changes with the finish button. It would be nice to save changes on any single page without taking the tour each time.
GREAT MODULE - I have it paired with the Event Calendar and Registration Module. Very simple and easy to use for both people requesting appointments and for admin. A demo of it in use is www.theQUANTUMLEAP.com/scottnash
GREAT little module. Was just what I was looking for as an alternative to an elaborate carousel. I had a couple snags in setting it up which the developer was very quick in helping me work though. Perfect for when you want something simple and intuitive for viewers to interactively navigate though multiple products. A demo of it in use is at InspiringInk.com
A perfect and dynamically effective little module - a must for anyone with meetup groups. Was very easy to set up and allows for multiple groups to be displayed on a page. You can see the module in action at http://www.TheQuantumLeap.com/Meetup
A great and simple tool for every dnn toolbox. Every customer I have always wants to replace the favicon and this cuts the time of replacing it in 1/2 or more, which is great. No more logging in to the FTP and tracking down where to replace the exact favicon location on the portal. Works exactly as it says it does, simple and quick.
Was extremely excited about this module, but in it's current structure it disappointing, as it's uses are extremely limited to modules with very basic HTML text. Mostly because of incompatibility with different browsers. For example in Safari and Firefox on my Mac, it recognizes that pictures are coming from the portal of the original site, however in Internet Explorer on my PC, it wants to start pulling the picture from the root folder of my domain, but then continue pulling from the portal for the other site - hence - missing pictures in IE. Even if I upload pics from the captured site to my site, the portals don't match up. It also seems to get confused with the 'Live Tabs' Modules. Some captured TEXT/HTML modules show up on certain tabs, some won't'. If coding could be added that would correct the primary issue (conflicting domain name/portal issue in IE), it would be well worth the money overall.