December 20th, 2013LWMW: Modal Windows question regarding the domains
Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Modal Windows Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.
Initial Email From: David
Initial Email Subject: modal windows builder
Support Case Month: August 2013
long-timer user of allwebmenus. I was looking through the add-ins trying to find a way to do something with a particular menu.. and saw this add-in.
Two questions, if I use it for a photo slide show with text at the bottom, how many slides/windows are feasible in one instance before there is a degradation of performance (assuming an older processor, WinXP as a baseline)?
Also, I'm thinking of one particular domain I'd use it on to start, so the 3-domain license would work to start. Do I ID the domains during the purchase process, or can I add the other two as I go along?
And finally, if I want to go beyond 3 domains, can I upgrade my license?
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
There is no limit on how many slides you can have to load in your modal window. It's up to you to use optimized content so it loads perfectly in all PC's (even with not much power).
You can also use the AJAX Loading Info so it shows a pre-loader while the image is loading.
In order to allocate domains you need to log in to your user area account and go to Likno Web Modal Windows Builder (or any other application you want) and click on Get Activation Code – Allocate Domains
Then you click on Allocate in order to allocate the domain you want.
So the answer is, you don't need to allocate domains on purchase, you do that when you need to allocate a domain.
You can start with a 3 domain license and when you need to upgrade to unlimited you are able to do so.
In order to upgrade your license you need to go to your user account area and click on Upgrade License – Extend your Update/Support Plan
Let me know if you need more information.