Super Splash for Joomla

We are proud to announce the release of Super Splash for Joomla. This extension was developed after popular requests. The module will allow you to present important content to your sites visitors, You have 5 amazing styles to choose from, you can also use the Module as a Splash page and because it can display Joomla modules , you can be as creative as you want to.

As usual, we have taken great care in developing and presenting this Joomla Extenion to you.

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The Following Options Are Available

Module Position

desk screen You can enable the module to the absolute or debug module postion.

Container Layouts

You can choose to divide the content of the Splash Panel into 1, 2 or 3 section, this means that you can display content in up to 3 sections.


Background Color

You can choose a background color for the Splash Panel. Mix up your own color using the Color Picker.

Background Opacity

Set a background Opacity level for the Super Panel, eg: 0.5  ,  0.7  etc ...

Panel Animation

Select a Panel animation effect for when the panel opens, choose from fade, slide or none.

Panel Opening Speed

Set an opening speed in milliseconds . This is the speed at which the panel opens, eg: 500.

Panel Position

You have 5 options to choose from, top, bottom, left, right and as an overlay on the entire site.

Panel Width

Set a panel width, top and bottom choices must be set to 100% and left and right choices to auto, overlay choice must be set to 100%.

Panel Height

Set a panel height, top and bottom position choices can be set to auto and left, right and overlay choices can be set to 100%.

Cookie Expire

The panel sets a Cookie to remember if it must display the panel to the current visitor or not. You can set an expire time for the Cookie in days, this means that it will destroy the Cookie after the X days, so that if the visitor returns after X days, the panel will display again. The panel will also display again if the visitor clears their Browser Cookies.

Opening Delay

Set the time to wait before the panel displays for the visitor. The value is in seconds, if you want the visitor to see the panel after 5 seconds, you must enter 5 as a value.

Auto Close Time

Set the time to wait for the panel to automatically close on its own, the value is also in seconds. If you want the visitor to manually close the panel, set a high value here, eg 30 seconds.

Hide After Close

Should you need to make the panel not open again for the Visitor, set this to Yes. The panel will not open again for the visitor, unless they clear their Cookies.

Container Settings

Here is where you select the Joomla Module/s that you want to show in the Panel. If, for example, you created a custom HTML module and set it to virtual module position called hello1 , you can select hello1 in the drop down. We recommend you use unique module position names that do not exist in your template when you create and enable modules for use in the Panel.

Comments (6)



    27 June 2013 at 19:20 | #

    hello, please it is responsive and can it stay always open ? because i want to display persistent module
    thank you very much


  • mustaqS


    27 June 2013 at 23:26 | #

    Yes, its responsive, will show and work on all smartphones, tested on Android and Apple devices. You can set the Auto Close Time to keep it open for as long as you want. The module has many features.




    28 June 2013 at 07:14 | #

    nice news and thank you, sure i'm going to purchase




    28 June 2013 at 20:36 | #

    Please tell me, i have another question : i need to display this module to the left and right but OUTSIDE from template
    is it possible ,
    Thank you again


  • mustaqS


    29 June 2013 at 09:47 | #

    Thanks for the question. The left or right bars will appear on the left or right of the Browser window. So if your website is 980px wide and the screen of the browser is wider than that, the Super Splash will appear to the left or right of the website outside of the template. So in this case, the answer is Yes. The display is not inside of the template, but outside of it.




    29 June 2013 at 12:00 | #

    Amazing thank you


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