Support Disclaimer

PLEASE NOTE THAT I WILL NOT OFFER ANY SUPPORT, MODIFICATIONS OR ANSWER QUESTIONS FOR MY FREE JOOMLA EXTENSIONS!

Because of repeatedly bad behavior, discrediting and lack of common sense from a lot of people I have decided to not help anyone anymore for free...

It breaks my heart to have to do this but because of the increasing bad behavior among Internet trolls I feel I have no other option.

There are a very few of you actually bothering to say thanks and even fewer that send a donation now and again and that I really appreciate, the others demanding my time, demanding I make changes for them or the people calling me names because I ask them to check the manual or read the F.A.Q I don't appreciate as much...

Here are a few of the latest months appreciations I have gotten as actual quotes:

From user "Bill": "I know more about webprogramming than you do, so I know that amateurs have no idea, they need testing. I realised, you haven't got the skills to fix anything. You may have good intensions but that is not enough to code."

From Erik: "How do I change width of the popup? This is useless if you cant change the setting. You say it is easy to use, I wasted my time so you need to fix it and send me new program"

From anonymous: "You have to write the worst code ever, I tried to fix your code but it is so bad I can't use it!"

From Dave:  "You claim it's simple then you fix this piece of sh*t code!"

From Greg: "This is the third time I am contacting you to fix the problems I am having. Fix it now or I will contact someone who will and charge you, you f*****g moron"

 

CLOSE THIS BOX

NB! Please note that FancyBox used in Simple PopUp has a bug causing some issues on jQuery version 1.10.2 which is used in Joomla 3! (2014-02-28)
For Joomla 3, use the setting in backend for temporary fix!

Simple PopUp - Pro Version contains some more advanced features...

 

Please review the manual here: Simple_PopUp.pdf

Here you can see the source of this page (as viewed in the Article Manager in Joomla back-end) including all the samples:
SimplePopUpProArticle.pdf

 

Download from the menu to the right -------->

For demonstrations on the usage, SCROLL DOWN!

 

Features:

  • Simple PopUp, regular PopUp like the one demo:ed on the previous page.
  • Multiple PopUp's on the same page using links to open them.
  • Prevent the PopUp at page load (like on this page), but not on the previous page where the PopUp opens at page load.
  • Use external content through URL, e.g. adding http://myserver.com/mypage.html
  • Use image in PopUp, also using title (description) for images.
  • Use it as a Image Gallery, open the first image and then have "next" and "previous" navigation buttons to change image.
  • Cookie support added (2011-07-30)! You can chose to only show the pop-up once to each visitor. See the manual (above) for more information.
  • Fix 2011-08-19: Resize/center on screen not working properly for FancyBox on mobile devices (e.g. Android, iPhone). This is now fixed.

For all the above features, check the manual on settings and usage.

 

As always, remember to comment and give your feedback!

 

and help me buy a new Motorola XOOM so I can help you while I am on the road...  Please! :)

 


 

Here are some of the new features displayed:

To use it from a menu, first create a regular PopUp in an article on the page where you need it. Give it a name, e.g. name=MyPopUp and make sure that it works and pop's up on the page. Next set it to not popup automatically adding popup=false after the name attribute. Now you should have something like { simplepopup name=MyPopUp popup=false}TEXT IN POPUP{ /simplepopup }
Next go and create a menu item as "External URL". For the URL enter "#spucontentMyPopUp", that is 
#spucontent<NameOfYourPopup> (without any quotes of course). The set the advanced parameters and type the name of the popup in as "class", e.g. MyPopUp. And your done!
Just make sure the popup is loaded on the page where the menu is active!

 

Click here to re-open the one on page load: LiightBox style

OPEN YOUTUBE (Only in 2.0)

OPEN ANY ARTICLE   (Only in 2.0)
This also has the new feature to hide close button and hide on clicking content or background!

Hi,

the time has come to scrap my old hog built on Joomla 1.5 some years ago... With a heavy heart I deleted it from the server and gave place for a brand new Joomla 3.0 site instead.

I will continue working on my projects and you will find them under the Projects menu up top. Please feel free to grab whatever you want that is accessible from the site.

I hope you will find some useful stuff and don't hesitate to let me know what you think and/or give a thanks in case you grab something.

//Anders

 

Transition testing, fade in, elastic out slowly   (Only in 2.0)
With this you can change the transition in and out and also the speed of it.

This was a fading box...

Overlay changing   (Only in 2.0)
I have added a red more opac background (or overlay as it is called)

Overlay changing

This is a simple link to open a PopUp!

With this link you will open up a very important external URL.

Forms work too you know... Here a fake log in form .

Do you want to show images, you can use a thumb-nail, like so:

 

This is a sample link to open a PopUp that has a close link within!

 

Do you want to show the Joomla Login form?
If so you can see a sample by clicking here, and then read the last few pages of the manual (found at the top of this page).

 

An Image Gallery can be viewed here!


Image Gallery through Simple PopUp!

There are a few things to note here...

  • As you can see you can mix content and images as you see fit.
  • The title (description) must be added on the links, not the image tag (image tag is the text looking like {name_of-plugin}, with the curly brackets)
  • Each PopUp box, image, URL or content, must have a link item but you can hide them using the parameter "hidden" (see the manual).
  • If you want to show thumbs (like previous sample) you can do that too and not hide the links.
  • Hover your mouse on the left/right edge of the image to get the "next" and "previous" buttons visible!

Pretty cool, right? ;)





 

Here is the same gallery but using thumbs instead. Open any image and then move through the rest... Give it a try!

 


 

Tuesday the 2nd. Wasen.net.