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swMenu Forum Advanced menu systems for Joomla 2008-07-28T22:37:34+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/feed.html?f=11 2008-07-28T22:37:34+00:00 2008-07-28T22:37:34+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=5932&p=9072#p9072 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • Hats off to Sean!]]>
Sean: Thanks for all the awesome support when needed.

If you are reading this and still not sure about buying swMenuPro you are missing out. Stop waiting your missing out.

Now to the sites.

cbnk.com
ridegmba.com
harringtoninn.net/cms

Thanks again

Statistics: Posted by Jacob VanderZee — Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:37 pm


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2007-09-21T03:06:28+00:00 2007-09-21T03:06:28+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=5111&p=6210#p6210 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • SWMenu Pro Gives Fraganoob.com a push towards better SEO]]>
  • SWMenu Free Got me through for months; even the free version shines as a prime example of what joomla components should be.
  • Recently purchased SW Pro is probably the best damn component I have ever purchased- I really don't know why I didn't buy this already.
  • Finally, an extensible, highly configurable and modifiable menu component that will render a proper xml sitemap.  In less than 24 hours, this component has helped nearly double the search returns in various engines.
  • I'm using lot's of Flash, Jscript, and dhtml menus that are hit or miss from browser to browser, only working dependably in FF.  This component is already hard at work replacing those clunky menus with much better versions of themselves.

I should just let the site speak for itself:

http://www.fraganoob.com

SWmenu has already replaced my footer navmenu and the news pages menu.. Well it replaced the staff area menu, as well, but you cannot see that, can ya ;)

I gotta admit, I am a real... um.. sucker, for suckerfish menus, so I'll have to experiment with how well swmenu will replace my main menu.
As for every other menu on my site-  all in queue to be replaced by SWmenu

That's it, like I said the usage and customization speaks for itself, and just wait till I start building my own image gallery for this component- now that it's just as easy as that :)

Thanks again, and hope my site can prove good usage of your software.


BTW- this is the most beautiful integration of smf/joomla I've seen- very elegant, GG

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2007-05-27T00:34:48+00:00 2007-05-27T00:34:48+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=4793&p=5119#p5119 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • various menus]]>
www.shaeleighland.com

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2007-01-30T02:43:50+00:00 2007-01-30T02:43:50+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=4224&p=4224#p4224 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • 2 Horizontal sites]]>
Denise Varga.com (still need to redirect this - so give it 20 secs)
http://www.denisevarga.com

Donna Reilly
http://www.donnareilly.com

they work great! Thanks for the great components!!

Joyce van den Berg
http://www.myvirtualsolution.com

Post edited by: joycevdb@patmedia.net, at: 2007/01/30 12:45

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2006-01-24T20:29:46+00:00 2006-01-24T20:29:46+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=1335&p=1335#p1335 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • Vertical Menu]]> http://www.haverkamp-enorm.nl for a vertical menu usage of SWmenuPro.

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2006-01-24T20:27:06+00:00 2006-01-24T20:27:06+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=1334&p=1334#p1334 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • Horizontal Menu]]> http://www.enorm.nl for a horizontal menu usage of SWmenuPro.

Post edited by: alex, at: 2006/01/24 15:27

Post edited by: alex, at: 2006/01/24 15:28

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2005-11-25T00:27:34+00:00 2005-11-25T00:27:34+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=1102&p=1102#p1102 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • Check out my sites]]>
I\'m going to use it on http://www.bryllup.dk and http://www.citychallenge.dk mainly.

Post edited by: klp29, at: 2005/11/24 19:28

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2005-10-10T05:03:28+00:00 2005-10-10T05:03:28+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=1009&p=1009#p1009 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • http://waterfrontwest.com]]> www.waterfrontwest.com

Post edited by: rick@designmedia.ca, at: 2005/10/10 01:04

Statistics: Posted by Rick Lawrence — Mon Oct 10, 2005 5:03 am


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2005-05-12T00:46:29+00:00 2005-05-12T00:46:29+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=552&p=554#p554 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • Re:www.uw-fietsenmaker.nl]]> www.uw-fietsenmaker.nl

:P :P :P :P :P :P

[img size=498]http://www.uw-fietsenmaker.nl/logo_kleijer.jpg[/img]

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2005-05-12T00:35:32+00:00 2005-05-12T00:35:32+00:00 http://swmenupro.com/forums/topic.html?t=552&p=552#p552 <![CDATA[SWmenuPro Sites • www.uw-fietsenmaker.nl]]> uw-fietsenmaker.nl

Just wanna show my site to the public, i am new to Mambo since a month or so and after trying SWmenuFree i didn\'t have to think long about SWmenuPro being worth the money.

This is a dutch ( Holland a.k.a. the Netherlands ) site for my bycicle shop that i am building from scratch.
Have done some homepage building in plain HTML a few years ago but i knew this wasen\'t manageble for a commercial site so i was looking for a better way, I found this in Mambo.
I used the template Rhuk Planetfall and altered it to my wishes :blink: ( i know there are still some things left that i have to do ) alot off things that is :P

So this site is work in progress. [img size=498]http://swonline.biz/components/com_simpleboard/uploaded/images/logo_kleijer.jpg[/img]

Post edited by: MasterRed, at: 2005/05/11 20:49

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