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7/5/2013 9:28 PM
 

I'm in the process of tailoring the Awesome Cycles demo site for my company's website use.  However, I have two basic configurations regarding a couple of modules. .

  1.  On the homepage, I'd like to slow down the speed between the graphic transitions.  I checked the module settings and the HTML settings but there is no apparent "option" for setting the time for the image switching.  Am I missing something?
  2. On the contact us page there is a "message us" form that consist of a three labels (one for a submitter;s name, another for an email address, and the last for adding some comments a user wishes to submit.  Lastly there is a "send" button.  as with the above controls there appears to be no settings for determine where the information goes when the form is used.  I've tried submitting several test comments via the form; but none of them seem to go anywhere.  I've checked the host and admin  account notifications and messages but nothing shows up there.

Any suggestions or help with configuring these two modules will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

Wolf


Wolf CyberWolves, LLC
 
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7/6/2013 3:27 AM
 

ad 1. the slider is a jquery script inside an HTML module. You may control transition speed by parameters, but need to look it up in the jQuery UI plugin documentation

ad 2.AFAIK this is just a blind demo. You should use a form module like free Feedback (dnnfeednback.codeplex.com) to implement it for your website.


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7/6/2013 6:47 AM
 
Sebastian,

Those are both great suggestions and I will check them today. Thank you for the quick response! I hope I can replay the favor sometime :-)

Wolf

Wolf CyberWolves, LLC
 
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6/16/2014 11:58 PM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:

ad 1. the slider is a jquery script inside an HTML module. You may control transition speed by parameters, but need to look it up in the jQuery UI plugin documentation

ad 2.AFAIK this is just a blind demo. You should use a form module like free Feedback (dnnfeednback.codeplex.com) to implement it for your website.

You are a life-time saviour to us that just love and learn DNN !


Panagiotis Mylonas Managing Director InteliBrain http://InteliBrain.gr
 
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6/16/2014 11:59 PM
 
Wolf Tombe wrote:
Sebastian,

Those are both great suggestions and I will check them today. Thank you for the quick response! I hope I can replay the favor sometime :-)

Wolf

:) !!!! Sebastian is a life-time saviour - I had the same issue and he "opened our eyes !"


Panagiotis Mylonas Managing Director InteliBrain http://InteliBrain.gr
 
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