The Contact Popup module is a quick way for your visitors to email you. The module is protected by the powerful Google reCaptcha plugin and uses AJAX to error check and send the email. https://www.google.com/recaptcha. Be sure that your server has the mail() php function enabled or the email will not send from the module. The module is located in the bottom lower right of the website.
This module is an image display module that presents images and text in a sliding motion, while providing a sneak peek of the next and previous images. This is a great way to showcase your site's images and content. It comes with many great features that allow you to easily customize the look of the module and what content you would like to show.
The S5 HTML5 MP3 Player is a beautifully designed audio player that is packed with features and built on HTML5! If you are looking for an MP3 player gallery this is it. The player allows you to input URLs for the ability to download and buy each track. The player is responsive ready and works on all major browsers. Because its not flash based the player also works on iOS devices!
The frontpage display module is a great way to attract customers and organize your content, and best of all it's fully responsive! It consists of one main display area and 2-9 boxes below that control the main display area that can be split into multiple rows. The main content area and boxes are fully customizable by allowing to you specify your own images, sizes, hyperlinks and much more to adapt to any template!
The S5 Reservation module allows you to take reservation inquiries on your site. You can setup articles for different packages or items you have available for your industry and then the module will pull from any article category that you define in the backend and show in the drop down of the module. The module is setup and functions like an accordion so that less real estate is taken up on your site. The module also has several input fields that are required for the user to fill out in order to submit and if they aren't filled in they will be prompted and forced to enter before submission. The module uses a sleek AJAX captcha that shows at the end before you submit the inquiry, it simply pops up and once you verify by entering the 6 digits you can then send the inquiry.