Demo site for Koozka

Add a Wild element to your Zoo!


Demo for Flowplayer Video Pro

Examples of Various Flowplayer Configurations

There are many options available with Flowplayer Video Pro. The following examples show some of the many possible configurations for the Flowplayer Video Player.

The following three examples each have a screenshot of their settings in the Zoo content editor selected as the Teaser image and the primary settings displayed as the title over the video.

Demo for Flowplayer Video Player

Examples of Various Flowplayer Configurations

There are three control bar options: Modern - White, Modern - Red and Modern - Transparent. The following examples show these three configurations for the Flowplayer Video Player.

The following two examples each have a screenshot of their settings in the Zoo content editor selected as the Teaser image.

The last example has a screenshot of the element configuration settings selected as the Teaser image.

Demo for Social Blog Pro

Demo of the Social Blog Pro Application for Zoo

Display Social buttons for Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Digg, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn and Google Buzz in your Zoo articles and content.

Includes Facebook Comments and meta tags required for Like buttons and Facebook's New! (03/01/2011) Comments plugin update.

Three custom elements are included in this custom application for Zoo: Social Bar Pro Blog, Fb Comments Pro Blog and Fb Script Pro Blog.

Demo for Facebook Elements

Custom Elements for Zoo Component on Joomla! CMS

This demo displays Facebook Comments and Like (Facebook Elements).

Facebook Elements is comprised of three custom elements for Zoo: Kz Facebook Like, Kz Facebook Comments and Kz Facebook Script.

Kz Facebook Like (Facebook Like button) is displayed above and below the content with two separate configurations (Like and Recommend).

Kz Facebook Comments (Facebook Comments) is displayed below the Author position.

Kz Facebook Script (Facebook JavaScript SDK and Open Graph Meta tags) is placed at the absolute bottom of the Full template for loading purposes.

Each of these elements are placed in separate positions that are added to the Full template as described in the Example Facebook Blog tutorial.