D-Mack Joomla! Commercial Extensions

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D-Mack Extended User Info
Version: 4.0.0 Release Date: 10 May 2014

D-Mack User Info Module for Joomla! 2.5.x and is backwards compatible to Joomla! 1.6.x. Displays information about the user including Country, IP Address, Browser, Operating System and various system installations and settings.

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$8.99 USD


D-Mack UserInfo is a module that displays a bunch of information about the site visitor. It obtains the information through various Javascript and PHP functions. The module is very easy to use and is extremely configuarable. And the module is XHTML 1.0 Transitional valid!!

*New* Improved Administrator interface
*New* HTML code is allowed in ALL the text fields
*New* Module now includes the user Country Flags identified via their IP address
* It obtains the information through various Javascript and PHP functions.
* ALL options, including the titles, can be set to display - or not!
* All Labels can be changed to your own description and/or language.
* There is a 'Free Form' field included that you can add your own 'static' information into. You can include HTML code into the field and, if you want, you could disable all other options and just display that info!

There are MANY configuration options you can define in the New and Improved Joomla! Admin area including:

UserInfo Display Options:
IP address - Country Flag and Name - browser type and version - Number of pages visited in session - Operating system and version - CPU version
Plugins Status including:
Flash and version - Windows Media Player - RealPlayer - Quicktime Player - Acrobat Reader - SVG Viewer
Misc Settings including:
Screen resolution - Languages installed - Javascript - Java base version - Java engine - Cookies - CSS stylesheets - Smooth fonts - Show images
User Time - User Date
Static Info with HTML capabilities

Install like any other module - through the Joomla! Extensions-->Install/Uninstall menu. Then go to Extensions-->Module Manager, click on the D-Mack Convert Currency module and start to set the options you want!

* Be sure to set the module to 'Enabled - Yes' * Be sure to select the 'Position' of where you would like it to be displayed on your site (i.e. left, right, user1, etc.) * Finally, be sure to select which pages (Menu Assignment) you want the module displayed on

You can also 'include' the module in ANY content/Article using the standard Joomla! Content - Load Module Plugin. Here's how:

1. You need to make sure the Load Module Plugin is enabled. Go to Extensions-->Plugin Manager, scroll down and click on the Content - Load Module Plugin. Make sure that 'Yes' is checked beside the 'Enabled' option. Then click the 'Save' button.

2. Go to Extensions-->Module Manager and click on the module. You will need to change the 'Postion' option for the module. Click inside the 'Position' drop-down field. You should see a blinking cursor. Erase the text that is there (backspace or delete) and type in a unique name of your own - I'll use 'modpos1' for this example (you can call the position whatever you want *except* any existing module position - i.e. left, right, etc. will NOT work - it must be unique!). Make sure the Module is Enabled (yes) and then click 'Save'.

3. We will now 'place' the module in a content/article item. Go to Content-->Article Manager and open a content/article item you wish to place the module into. Position the cursor in the content textarea box exactly where you would like the module to appear. It can be within a table, inside of divs, or whatever you want! Then type in the following text {loadposition modpos1} Be sure to include the curly brackets {} and, if you called the module position something else, replace the modpos1 name with whatever name you used in step 2 above. Click 'Save' and you should be good to go!!