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[XFA] Thread Footer Blocks/Widgets [Paid] 1.2.0

A new powerful widget-like customization level brought to your forum threads.

  1. XFA

    XFA Well-Known Member

    XFA submitted a new resource:

    [XFA] Thread Footer Blocks - A new powerful widget-like customization level brought to your forum threads.

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  2. tajhay

    tajhay Well-Known Member

    You might not know but BD Widget Framework does all that, and far far far more and is actually free.
  3. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member

    Of course I know what [bd] Widget Framework does, already developped some widgets for it for my add-ons :)

    However, I am not sure you got a close look to the features and the screenshots.

    [BD] Widget Framework is aimed for sidebar blocks and only customizable by the admin itself.

    This add-on is aimed for footer blocks, below the thread and is either customizable at a forum(s) level by the admin through the admincp or by the thread's author through the thread tools.

    So it's two totally different things :)
  4. tajhay

    tajhay Well-Known Member

    Not true. People use it to place things ANYWHERE.

    BD Widget Framework certainly covers below the thread, and can be customised at forum(c) levels through the ACP. It can place ANYTHING, ANYWHERE there is a hook or by adding a hook in the template and not limited to just below the thread or anything like that. It can restrict by usergroup, forum levels and quite a number of other things. Its a very popular and used addon for a reason.

    Good luck to anyone who wants to buy this instead though.
  5. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member

    Well I never said [bd] widget wasn't bad, it sure is, no doubt about that !

    I have put this add-on for sale as I had it funded by a customer that needed this and that couldn't be fullfilled by [bd] widget.

    Hence, as I said, it's not providing the same exact functionalities as you still haven't catched the fact that it allows thread author to customized the thread footer blocks for their own thread, visible to all users when browsing that thread. It can be interesting to add SEO data on a thread basis (this was the purpose for my customer).

    In any case, you are criticizing but you haven't tried to demo to see how it works, which would certainly have led you to understand the differences.

    Anyways, you are not interested by the product so no need to discuss further about the differences, and pollute this support thread :)
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  6. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    no sidebars?
  7. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member


    No currently it's only footer blocks (this is what my customer wanted).

    Would sidebar be of any interest really ?

  8. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    sidebar option would be interesting for RSS
  9. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member

    You see use case where one particular user would want to put sidebar data in particular threads ?
  10. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    no i mean only on index page, but widget framework can do this so..
  11. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member

    Ah ok then your remark was out of the scope ;)
    It's not what this add-on is meant to.
  12. XFA

    XFA Well-Known Member

  13. oO5 Dynasty

    oO5 Dynasty Well-Known Member

    I like the fact users are able to customize their own footers. I think i might buy this
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  14. Donny

    Donny Active Member

    This is awesome. Saved for future use. Busy with other thing at the moment, but will come back to this!
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  15. XFA

    XFA Well-Known Member

  16. RoyalRumble

    RoyalRumble Active Member

    Is it possible to exclude the footer on mobile?
  17. MtoR

    MtoR Well-Known Member

    No but could be, you can suggest it on our forum.
  18. XFA

    XFA Well-Known Member

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