I've been using XenPorta since it was available for Xenforo 1.x. Its a great product not only for creating a great home page, but also for overall article presentation, plus the various widgets. I often recommend it to clients when they want to use Xenforo as the entire presentation product for their site.
This is an excellent front end for xenforo and Jaxel has always responded to any of our issues quickly and the issues have been resolved.
This is one of our favourite add-ons and if you are looking for a portal, look no further. Having used Xenforo for over 11 years now and having used many add-ons, this is one that remains top on the list.
5 Stars for code quality - 1 Star for Communication with coder at all.
If I remember well, you've 10, really good in quality modules. But here stop the positive things and start the negative points:
1.- You've a website which actually is a games community. Nothing for your clients. Not even a simple forum.
2- You said somewhere in your posts here "I don't reply to questions, that I've replied a dozen of times before". Wrong, sorry. Not a dozen, but a thousand of times you must reply to the same question (unless if this question is on the FAQ section), if it comes from different client. What do you expect? eg If I've a question for this module, to read 80 pages of posts to see if my question has been replied before?
3- You use a strange way for downloading updates. Emailing is not like 20 years ago when all emails delivered even if it was spam. Now almost 90% of the incoming emails are blocking from mail servers especially the big ones like Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo etc. As an example the emailing for this update. Already 3 clients (plus me) wrote that they didn't got the email.
Business in not just collecting money. Business is not games like your community.
With the best regards for your work but not for your support.
For sure worth the $40. It is simple, and well organized. Install was easy, and for the most part I figured out how to use it without even reading the instructions, the slider took a bit to get working with fast support on it tho, Very happy with it so far.
This is an excellent resource - easy to use, easy to implement, for those of us who wanted to have a feature homepage. I was concerned that the version for XF 1.5 might be complicated, but the XF 2.0 version is simply point and click - it's that easy.
I've used Jaxel's addons for many years now, and I have to say that this implementation is truly some of the best work yet. The use of default XF2 is paramount in add-on structure, and this really nails that in the ease of widget use and structuring article content.
Definitely worth the $40. It is simple, yet robust and well organized. Install was easy, and for the most part I figured out how to use it without even reading the instructions. I am not all that technically blessed, either. Very happy with it so far.